Choosing Between Screw-Retained and Cement-Retained Implants

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To choose between screw-retained or cement-retained crowns is a multifaceted decision that involves many components of consideration. This post will review the complex components that you should consider when choosing between the two. Retrievability The screw-retained crown contains both benefits and liabilities. The chief benefit is retrievability...
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Why Sleep Appliances for Sleep Apnea Will Save Your Job and Your Life

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People may not realize just how effective sleep appliances for sleep apnea are. Of course, everyone's heard that sleep apnea can be a life-threatening condition. But, how many people actually do something about it? Knowing that the damage sleep apnea causes to your brain and heart can be fatal should be reason enough to get it taken care of. Yet, i...
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5 Secrets on How to Grow Your Dental Practice

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OK, we get it…your team is busy. Nonetheless, you need to figure out a way to grow your dental practice's online presence in a matter of minutes. Can it be done? Sure can. Digital marketing is the most effective way to grow any type of business in 2018, and by following our 5 steps below, you'll be able to get started right away! All you need is 15...
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What You Should Know Before Buying an Intraoral Scanner

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Dentists often ask us what the best scanner is, and our answer is always the same. An intraoral scanner. If you're considering purchasing an intraoral scanner there are several things you should know before buying. It wasn't long ago that a good percentage of early intraoral scanners adopters were beat up for stretching scanners above their capacit...
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Teeth Grinding and Dental Health: Common Causes of Bruxism

Teeth Grinding and Dental Health: Common Causes of Bruxism
Millions of people conceivably clench and grind their teeth from time to time. Infrequent teeth grinding, also known as bruxism in medical terms, does not typically cause harm. However, when teeth grinding occurs regularly, your teeth can become damaged and the grinding can cause other dental health complications in due time.  What is Bruxism?...
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