Month: December 2014

What does the ADA Seal of Acceptance Mean to You?

Unlike the Good Housekeeping “Seal of Approval,” the ADA Seal of Acceptance, which was established in 1931, continues to hold value for consumers as they evaluate “the safety and efficacy of dental products”. “Founded in 1859, the not-for-profit American Dental Association is the nation’s largest dental association, representing more than 157,000 dentist members. Since then, …

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Tooth Replacement Therapy – Replace Teeth in a Day

Once again, this subject has us frustrated here at The Dental Health Blog. It seem no matter how often we answer the question, “Can you replace teeth in a day?” we’re asked again. This is not to say we resent patients asking, it’s just that we can’t help but wonder how those who promote this …

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Choosing Dental Implants for Tooth Replacement Therapy

Replacing even a single tooth that’s been lost or pulled due to damage, decay, or disease is not an overnight process. When a tooth is removed, the gums and underlying bone usually need anywhere from six weeks to six months to heal before you can get a long-term fix, depending on the replacement method you …

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Preventing Tooth Decay and Gum Disease

Keeping your mouth and teeth healthy are critical to maintaining your overall health, as plenty of research has shown. Preventing tooth decay and gum disease are the vital steps needed to ensure a healthy mouth – and a healthy body. Your teeth are covered in a hard, outer shell called enamel. Every day a thin …

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