212017Feb
Cold sores – everyone needs to know about!

Cold sores – everyone needs to know about!

 In the dental setting, we need to be very aware of cold sore infection (Herpes simplex virus (HSV)) and practice infection control measures to prevent the spread of this disease in the dental environment. Cold sore, is a disease that few people want to talk about or simply does not think that it is important…

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82015Sep

Bonding

Dental Bonding is a popular treatment option. It provides a successful attachment between the filling material and the tooth’s original enamel and dentin. It looks like the original tooth and functions like it as well. The plastic resin will have the same colour as your other teeth. There are a few reasons why it is a good idea to bond your teeth. If they are chipped, fractured, start having a different colour, this cosmetic solution may be a great improvement to an overall oral care.

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82015Sep

Restored Smile

Cosmetic dentistry have a concern with the appearance of teeth and the enhancement of a person’s smile. In this field, the emphasis is on the art of dentistry. On the surface, creating white teeth, or even whole new teeth in general, may not appear to be that complicated. Yet cosmetic dentistry requires a good eye, a thorough understanding of dental anatomy, and a mastery of dental materials.

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82015Apr

Single tooth cosmetic bonding

That moment you realize you have chipped a tooth does not cramp your smile. Leaving it alone could cause a pain. Luckily, tooth bonding is a simple and relatively comfortable procedure for those who need to restore broken teeth. If you compare to other cosmetic dental procedures, bonding is quick and offers long-lasting results.

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82015Apr

Natural smile returned

A smile that has damage due to injury or a disease can cause self-consciousness and a drop in self-esteem. Even after pain is gone and functions are working properly. How our teeth look is almost as important as how they feel. Denta Clinic offers treatments to make your smile once again look natural, healthy, and whole.

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122015Mar

Sugar and Tudors

It is interesting that during Tudor period sugar was a silent killer. Lack of knowledge and introduction into their diet had a devastating effect on tudor’s health.
Household of Henry III was using sugar in 1264. Only from 1319 it was in more general use. However, it was a luxury for most rich nobles. Their tables were laid out with delicacies made out of sugar. Such as rashers of bacon made out of pure sugar, tudor roses which are sweets made from sugar in the shape of the Tudor Rose and silver leaf cover. All this would have shown the diners in a Tudor house just how wealthy their hosts were. They also were using sugar to clean their teeth and even to take away bad breath. The Tudors had no idea that white substance was bad for them. It is evident when examining Tudor skull with black teeth and fall out, all due to the intake of large amounts fructose. Tudor period contemporary report also showed that bad teeth were a cause of 113 people deaths in one year.

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