Dentist

 

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A dentist, also called a periodontist, is a specialized medical doctor who specializes in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of dental diseases and disorders of the oral cavity surrounding the teeth. The dentist's supporting medical staff helps in giving oral healthcare services. Most dentists belong to one of the established groups of American dental association. The teaching and research of dentists continue till this day. Oral cavity problems can occur any time from childhood to adult age. Some common oral health issues faced by dentists include toothache, gum disease, caries, periodontal disorder, bleeding gums, poor oral health, dental phobia, and poor eating habits etc. These can affect people of all ages and even babies too. One of the biggest challenges faced by dentists is the management of oral diseases due to a history of chronic disease. Oral cancer, oral pregnancy, diabetes, HIV/AIDS are some of the major illnesses that require prompt attention and management. It is important that regular check up with the dentist is done regularly for complete eye care. The Dental Association and the Academy of Pediatric Dentistry offer recognized dental schools and colleges. To prepare students well for the advanced practice required by dentists, many dental schools and colleges provide both classroom study and practical training to students. Dental schools and colleges also conduct hands-on clinical training for dentists under the supervision of experienced dentists. There are many reputed dental schools, colleges and institutions in the United States. Available online are links to leading dental schools and institutions.

 

 

 

Dental Implants

 

Dental implants are artificial titanium posts or roots that are directly implanted into the jaw bone to serve as dental prosthetic components like a tooth root, crown, bridge, dentures or even as an orthodontic supporting anchor. They provide better chewing function and chewing fatigue as compared to removable prosthetic teeth. Moreover, they are durable, strong and comfortable to the taste of the patient. There are many advantages of dental implants but it is not always an easy option for everyone who needs this type of dental treatment. Patients suffering from dental implants who wish to retain their natural teeth must undergo a surgical procedure for which they will need their oral and dental history before being allowed to go under this kind of treatment. Patients must also be advised that in case of oral surgery, there is a high risk of infection and gum irritation due to local anesthesia. The best thing to do in case of any complications or infections during the procedure is to contact your dentist immediately and get fast treatment at the soonest possible time. Dental implants are used for replacing missing teeth and in addition, they can be used to add an extra filling if one is missing. This is possible through different types of dental implants including: dental bridge or abutment, dental crown, dental annuloplasty, dental implant and so on. Dental bridges are generally used when one has lost all his or her natural teeth and he or she wants to recover his or her ability to chew food properly. In this type of procedure, the crown is fixed on to the remaining tooth.

 

    

 

 

Cosmetic Dentist

 

Cosmetic dentistry is typically used to describe any dental work which improves the look of gums, teeth and/or bite. It mainly focuses on enhancement in dental aesthetics in terms of color, shape, size, shape and overall smile look. Any change that makes it more appealing is called cosmetic dentistry. There are many kinds of cosmetic dentistry procedures like teeth whitening, laminates and orthodontics. Teeth whitening: This is one of the most common procedures cosmetic dentists perform and can be done in-office or at home. It helps you maintain your white teeth by applying a bleaching agent which is usually hydrogen peroxide. This bleaching can be done through lasers or non-ablative solutions. If you have yellowed teeth, whitening can help you regain the sparkling smile you had before. It can also improve the brightness and shine of your smile.

 

 

Teeth fillings: A lot of people have teeth fillings which are not working properly and don't give their best result. To get rid of this you can go to your cosmetic dentist and get them replaced with a new set of fillings which will again give your teeth the look you want. There are different types of fillings available like porcelain, composite, amalgam and titanium etc. To get the best fillings and the best oral health, you need to consult your dentist and only then will he prescribe the best solution for you.

 

 

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Alsbury Dental
699 NE Alsbury Blvd., Burleson, TX 76028
817-295-3070
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