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Although dental care has improved, millions of Americans still suffer tooth loss due to periodontal disease, tooth decay, and injury. In the past, there were once only two options for treating missing teeth: dentures or bridges. Today, however, you can…

Suppose you started or will start your orthodontic treatment soon. Congratulations! The road to straight teeth, a healthy bite, and a great smile are just ahead of you. Here are the top 10 questions our orthodontists in Texas get from…

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With sedation dentistry, you can relax during dental procedures. It is beneficial for patients who suffer from dental anxiety or those who are undergoing lengthy treatment. Options include nitrous oxide, oral conscious sedation, and intravenous (IV) sedation. Dentists can only…

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What is Tooth Sensitivity?  If biting into ice cream, taking a sip of an icy drink, or slurping a mouthful of hot soup gives you a short, sharp, and painful feeling, you probably suffer from tooth sensitivity. Tooth sensitivity happens…

Your toothbrush is one of the most important things to protect your teeth from plaque and cavities. Without a good toothbrush, you might not take care of your teeth as well, which hurts your overall health. The question is: Should…

According to the World Health Organization, untreated cavities are the most common dental condition worldwide, experienced by 2.3 million people with permanent teeth (adults). For many years, amalgam was the most popular material, but composite fillings have become more used…

Despite advances in dental hygiene and dental care, tooth decay remains a problem for many American children and adults. The usual solution for this problem is dental fillings. If not treated correctly and on time, tooth decay can lead to…

Rapid scientific advances continue to contribute to novel therapies and technologies, many of which have the potential to transform dentistry. Regenerative Therapies are a multidisciplinary field encompassing molecular biology, genetics, tissue engineering, and nanotechnology. It has been successfully integrated into…

Advancements in technology and computer science have led to a rise in robotic surgery for multiple medical specialties. Starting with the development of the da Vinci surgical system in the early 2000s to more advanced artificial intelligence (AI) techniques in use today.…

When 3D printing solutions were first introduced to the dental industry, the high cost and large size prevented the accessibility of 3D printing machines for most dental practices and laboratories. Now, 3D printers are far more compact and affordable than…