Some patients believe that no matter how well they take care of their teeth, they are still more prone to cavities than others. A recent article in the Wall Street Journal suggests that that their parents are to blame for their dental misfortune. Could this be true?
“Art is too important not to share.” – Romero Britto There is a deep and beautiful connection between artists and a work of art, and dentists and the practice of dentistry. Dentistry mimics nature in so many ways and nature is the source of much of the art that is produced. Artists are passionate about […]
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A lot of patients, friends, and colleagues have been asking us about plastic microbeads in toothpaste. Although there is no peer-reviewed research that measures the effects microplastics in toothpaste have on human health, microbeads are approved by the FDA and are in many products you wouldn’t expect including toothpaste, chewing gum, and face wash. Many […]
Biomimetic dentistry – “A type of tooth-conserving dentistry, treats weak, fractured, and decayed teeth in a way that keeps them strong and seals them from bacterial invasion. In dental practices around the world, biomimetic dentistry has decreased the need to cut teeth down for crowns and root canal treatment” – Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry The […]