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    Essay On Dentistry

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    made going to the dentist much more pleasant and painless experience. History is a very important aspect to dentistry because‚ it helps us to remember where dentistry started and how far the technologies and techniques have changed through the years we also‚ have to remember that if it wasn’t for the history of dentistry where would we all be? In my research‚ I will discuss when dentistry was first practiced‚ the important people who helped contribute‚ the different technologies discovered‚ important

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    Pediatric Dentistry

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    important for good overall health. The number one benefit of taking your child to a pediatric dentist is the development of good dental hygiene habits that will last throughout life. Pediatric dentistry is a specialized field that requires specific training‚ treatments‚ tools and medical knowledge beyond general dentistry training. They also learn how to engage young children to help make their visits to the dentist’s office enjoyable and as stress-free as possible for the parents as well as their children

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    History of Dentistry.

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    offered up to saints for the relief of pain. St. Apollonia of Alexandria‚ 249 A.D.‚ was one such saint. She is now the Patron Saint of Dentistry. II. Egyptians and Chinese. The first known dentist was an Egyptian named Hesi-Re (3000 B.C.). He was the chief dentist to the Pharaohs. He was also a physician‚ indicating an association between medicine and dentistry. In the 5th century B.C. Herodatus‚ a historian‚ described the medical art in Egypt: "The art of medicine is distributed thus: Each physician

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    Forensic Dentistry

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    Written communications  Forensic dentistry Forensic dentistry‚ which sometimes referred to as forensic odontology‚ is an exciting and dynamic area of dentistry. Forensic dentistry was officially recognized in 1969 with the establishment of the American Society of Forensic Odontology. Where dentistry interacts with the law‚ while the names are interchangeable‚ the field of forensic dentistry is commonly recognized by the identification of human remains‚ but it involves much more‚ and can also be

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    Preventative Dentistry

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    essential in order to keep them all in tact as you age. The necessary place to start with the proper care of your teeth is preventative dentistry. Preventative dentistry is pretty much explained through its name. Preventative dentistry involves properly taking care of your teeth in order to prevent dental diseases. One of the diseases that preventative dentistry helps with is the prevention of caries. Caries is a dental disease that “among 291 diseases and injuries” was “ranked the most prevalent”

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    Forensic Dentistry

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    Forensic Dentistry is used as a major part in solving cases where people are unidentifiable. Forensic evidence is any evidence that can be legally used in a court of law. Many people know what forensics are because of shows such as Bones‚ Criminal Minds‚ and Without a Trace. What most people don’t know are the minor details that have to be sought out when using any forensics to solve a case. Odontology; commonly referred to as dental forensics is highly unrecognized by the general population and

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    Career in Dentistry

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    A Career in Dentistry Children are often sweet and adorable‚ but many times they may be eating too many sweets. According to the Channel Four News‚ it has been shown that the number one disease in children is the recurrence of caries‚ also known as cavities. Could it be too many sweets or could it be the lack of flossing and brushing teeth? For instance‚ many children go to bed or wake up without brushing their teeth and go throughout the day eating all sorts of food and candy. The result of

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    Implant Dentistry

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    ABSTRACT A systematic review was performed on studies investigating current issues in implant dentistry. The Journal of Dental Research and Oral Surgery‚ Oral Medicine‚ Oral Pathology‚ Oral Radiology‚ and Endodontology were searched from 2004 to 2010 using ScienceDirect. Criteria for inclusion included: (1) studies of implant placement; (2) observations regarding permanent dentures; (3) data considering bone-to-implant healing; and (4) results of implant procedures in elderly patients. This electronic

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    5 Laser Dentistry Treatments‚ You Have Not Heard About Laser dentistry is acquiring appeal as a treatment for gum illness‚ however‚ there are numerous other extremely beneficial functions for this innovation. Right here are 5 treatments that are more quickly carried out by lasers than scalpels. Tongue Tied Physicians call it ankyloglossia‚ and in extreme cases it can make consuming‚ speaking‚ and controlling the tongue hard. Laser dentistry can be utilized to reduce the membrane‚ therefore releasing

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    Why You Should Consider Your Dentist for Botox Treatment [Insert Image] Aesthetic Family Dentistry is excited to announce that Dr. Seth Horn is now certified to administer Botox as an addition to the cosmetic procedures already offered. This means now you can get cosmetic Botox treatments right here in our Port Jervis office. The combination of an extensive knowledge of maxillofacial anatomy and experience with precision injections make dentists uniquely qualified to provide this service to their

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