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New PDF release: A Consumer's Guide to Dentistry

By Gordon J. Christensen DDS MSD PhD ScD

ISBN-10: 0323014836

ISBN-13: 9780323014830

Written particularly for the dental sufferer, this source offers useful information regarding dental health and wellbeing and therapies. Readers can entry easy-to-understand information regarding suggestions to their dental difficulties and approximately the best way to retain a fit smile for all times

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C. Risks: Some side effects occur occasionally when bleaching teeth. The most common ones are (1) sensitivity of teeth to cold foods or drinks for a short time after the bleaching is completed; (2) sloughing or irritation of the gums for a short time after bleaching is completed; and (3) when bleaching is done outside the dental office, the jaw joints may become sore or tired if the bleaching trays are used too much. None of these risks is serious or lasts a long time. Millions of people have undergone bleaching without significant side effects.

13). If all of the natural teeth have been removed, the result is highly significant both functionally and esthetically. Current alternatives are: A. Complete dentures (p. 163) B. Implants followed by removable dentures (p. 66) C. Implants followed by fixed dentures (p. 69) Cosmetic Dentistry; Improving Your Smile 51 A A B B A and B, There is no reason to have a smile impaired by missing front teeth. FIG. 14 C 14. A Few Missing Teeth WHAT YOUR DENTIST CAN DO Treatment Available Most of the procedures listed below are related primarily to improving one’s appearance.

FIG. 5 SUMMARY There are many methods to control pain during and after oral treatment procedures. If fear of pain is one of your reasons for avoiding dental therapy, perhaps this chapter has calmed your fears. Discuss your pain threshold with your dentist and decide what method of pain control would be best for you. Some dental procedures can be accomplished without any anesthetic, while others require one of the anesthesia concepts discussed in this chapter. You can be assured that an acceptable anesthesia concept is available for you to make your oral procedures as pain free as possible.

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