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Use of Xylitol

25.03.2017
Views: 258

Xylitol is a sugar derived primarily from forest and agricultural materials. Many studies have shown  Xylitol reduction of the incidence of caries and improvement in oral health.

Pediatric Pain Management

25.03.2017
Views: 275

In Pediatric Dentistry, we recognize that children vary greatly in their cognitive and emotional development, medical conditions, and responses to pain and interventions.

Dental Bleaching for Child & Adolescent

25.03.2017
Views: 269

The public has become more aware of advances in cosmetic dentistry and due to news stories and advertisements, the desire for dental whitening in pediatric and adolescent patients have increased. 

Tooth Removal For Orthodontic Reasons

27.07.2014
Views: 1527

Not only can orthodontic treatment transform your smile, it can also restore function to your teeth and mouth that will improve both your oral and general health.

Composite Fillings (tooth-colored)

27.07.2014
Views: 1605

A composite filling is used to repair a tooth that is affected by decay, cracks, fractures, etc. The decayed or affected portion of the tooth will be removed and then filled with a composite filling.

Sealants

27.07.2014
Views: 1469

Dental sealant is a thin, plastic coating painted on the chewing surface of teeth - usually the back teeth (the premolars and molars) - to prevent tooth decay.

Stainless Steel Crowns

27.07.2014
Views: 1444

A stainless steel crown, commonly called a "cap", are prefabricated crown forms that are adapted to individual teeth and cemented with biocompatible luting agent.

Early Orthodontic Assessments

27.07.2014
Views: 1425

Developing malocclusion, or bad bites, can be recognized as early as 2-3 years of age. Often, early steps can be taken to reduce the need for major orthodontic treatment at a later age.

Early Childhood Caries

27.07.2014
Views: 1681

Early childhood cavities, is caused by allowing infants to drink from a bottle of juice/milk for long periods of time. Tooth decay caused by baby bottles is preventable.

Sport Injuries

27.07.2014
Views: 1874

Arizona provides the all year round opportunity for enjoying the great outdoors. However, some popular sports - such as swimming and soccer- can expose your teeth to danger.

TOOTH EXTRACTIONS

27.07.2014
Views: 1347

When it comes to dental procedures, tooth extraction - or having teeth "pulled" - is among patients' most dreaded prospects. It involves removing a tooth from its socket in the jaw bone.

Wisdom Teeth, To Be or Not to Be?

27.07.2014
Views: 1590

"Wisdom teeth", a rather curious name for teeth if you think about it, is the folklore name for third molar teeth, which usually make their appearance later in life. 

Oral Hygiene Instruction and Education

27.07.2014
Views: 1285

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Sliver Diamine Fluoride

03.07.2014
Views: 1792

Early Childhood Caries (ECC) is a persistent health problem around the country; prevalent in young preschool children. About 60% preschool children will form a dental decay.

IV Sedation

03.07.2014
Views: 1479

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Local Anesthesia

03.07.2014
Views: 1873

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Eruption of Your Child’s Teeth

03.07.2014
Views: 1881

Although, we don't usually think of a newborn as having teeth, at birth the crowns of the 20 "baby" or primary teeth are almost completely formed, and they are hidden in an infant's jawbones.

Behavior Management

03.07.2014
Views: 2730

Dealing with the behavior of young, immature and sometimes frightened children as well as those who may be physically or mentally challenged is an area that is unique to pediatric dentistry.

Mouthguards

03.07.2014
Views: 1585

Mouth guards, also known as sports guards or athltic mouth protectors, are crucial pieces of requirement for any child participating in injurious recreational or sporting activities.

N2O - Nitrious Oxide (laughing gas)

03.07.2014
Views: 1750

Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen inhalation is a safe and effective technique to reduce anxiety, produce analgesia and enhance effective communication between PVPD doctors and our patients.

What is Pulp Therapy?

03.07.2014
Views: 2664

Pulp is found at the center of each tooth, and is comprised of nerves, tissue, and many blood vessels, which work to channel vital nutrients and oxygen.

Dental Space Maintainers

03.07.2014
Views: 1669

When a tooth is missing, the other teeth shift to fill the gaps. This can take up space that permanent teeth would normally occupy when they descend.

Teeth Whitening: Facts on Teens Bleaching

03.07.2014
Views: 1335

Is it OK for teens to reach for the bleach in their quest for a "perfect" pearly white smile? What parents need to know first. The short answer is: Yes!

Pediatric Dental Appliances

03.07.2014
Views: 1571

Though many parents think of "teenagers" when presented with the term "dental appliances," the use of such appliances in young children is very common. 

Frenoctomy

25.12.2011
Views: 1506

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General Anesthesia Dentistry

18.01.2012
Views: 1419

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Fluoride Application

07.02.2012
Views: 1561

Fluoride application has become easier and more comfortable with fluoride varnish. It is comparative to a thick liquid that gets painted on your child's teeth.

Panoramic X-rays

11.04.2012
Views: 1512

Panoramic x-rays (also known as Panorex) are wrap around photographs of the face and teeth. They offer a view that would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye.

Digital X-Rays for Children

15.05.2012
Views: 1453

Dental x-rays, known as radiographs, are essential diagnostic tools for the prevention of serious dental diseases and complication. Patients often ask if dental x-rays are safe.

Dental Emergencies

27.05.2012
Views: 1861

Although dental injuries and dental emergencies are often distressing for both children and parents, they are also extremely common, where handling time is of the essence.