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Dental Ankylosis

Dental Ankylosis

The ankylosis of the tooth is defined as the bonding / fusion between a tooth and the alveolar bone. This means that the periodontal ligament is obliterated in one or more locations. There is contact between the cement of a tooth and the alveolar bone.

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Goodbye To Excessive Tooth Wear Thanks To Dental Prostheses

Goodbye To Excessive Tooth Wear Thanks To Dental Prostheses

Dental wear is an embarrassing problem that affects many people. And the excessive wear of the teeth causes even more problems in the mouth: pains, an important loss of aestheticism, grumbled smile or absent, difficulties to chew, and to eat. Although the causes of excessive wear of the teeth are various (friction, teeth overloaded, soft enamel, a mouth that closes badly, etc.), this disorder can be prevented and even corrected through denturological care.

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The Best Types Of Pacifiers

The Best Types Of Pacifiers

Is it good for my child to use a pacifier all day? What kind of pacifier should I give to them? These are two of the most frequent questions that pediatric dentists receive from new parents. The myth about its consequences on dental health is one of the reasons for this interest.

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