Moffitt Restorative Dentistry
All on Four
Apr 08 2016

All-on-4 I first had the experience of restoring and replacing patient’s teeth years ago with implant supported fixed bridges when the procedure was called “Teeth in a Day.” In future years, the next procedure was called “Teeth in an Hour.” … Continue reading

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Mouthrinses
Mar 23 2016

Mouth Rinses Achieving optimal health often involves changing longstanding habits, which is a challenging process. As a dental professional working to encourage healthier habits, patients may struggle with making changes. When planned habit changes can dovetail with current behaviors, implementation … Continue reading

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FDA Ban Medical Gloves: Proposal Eliminates Powdered Latex
Mar 23 2016

The FDA wants to ban medical gloves covered in white powder. A proposal issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Monday would eliminate the use of all powdered latex medical gloves. Powdered natural latex gloves pose potential … Continue reading

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Operation Smile- Philippines 2016
Feb 28 2016

Operation Smile is an international medical charity whose global network of thousands of credentialed medical volunteers from more than 80 countries is dedicated to helping improve the health and lives of children from more than 60 countries. We’ve provided more … Continue reading

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Feed My Starving Children
Jan 04 2016

We had another good day packing food at Feed My Starving Children as a dental office.  This food was sent to Nicaragua.

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7 tips to prepare your kid for a trip to the dentist
Dec 11 2015

Few people rejoice at the idea of going to the dentist, but the idea of being poked and prodded in the mouth can be an especially hard sell for young children. While it’s perfect normal for kids to be anxious, … Continue reading

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People with diabetes twice as likely to lose teeth
Nov 15 2015

Diabetes can take a toll on a person’s health in any number of ways, including vision, cardiovascular, and nerve problems — but many people don’t realize it can harm teeth, too. A new study highlights the risk and reveals that … Continue reading

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Meeting with Dr Paulo Malo
Oct 12 2015

Paulo Malo is a world leader in oral rehabilitation. Through continuous research and innovation, he and his medical team have developed surgical techniques and the fixed prosthetic solutions that are recognized worldwide as significant advances in the rehabilitation of the totally edentulous patients. … Continue reading

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How to Help in the Fight against Cancer
Sep 24 2015

More than one-third of all cancer patients develop complications that affect the mouth, according to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research. These mild to severe side effects can include mouth sores, infection, dry mouth, sensitive gums and jaw … Continue reading

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How Teeth are Telling Us About Milk Consumption.
Aug 12 2015

Scientists are beginning to analyze dental calculus to find when and where milk was being consumed. They look for the enzyme beta-lactoglobulin to be present in the dental calculus to indicate cow’s milk consumption. Differences between goat, sheep, and cow … Continue reading

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