Oral health is extremely important for many reasons. If patients suffer from gum disease, cavities, or bad breath this can cause issues with your teeth and mouth. Our mouths are a pathway for bacteria to enter the body. The bacteria are able to enter the blood stream, and this can also cause infection or inflammation
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When deciding on a restorative solution it is important to look at all of your options to help you decide on the best option that works for you. A common question patients face is if they should choose a dental bridge or dental implants when they are looking for a tooth replacement solution. Both are
Switching dentists can be a hard decision, but patients need to make a change if they notice things aren’t working out with the current practice. Knowing when to make the move can be hard, but there are some tips you can follow to help you find your new dental office or dental clinic in the
If you have been recommended for dental implants, you may wonder if they will ever have to be replaced. Implants are a permanent restorative solution for patients seeking that perfect smile. Dental implants look and feel natural in the mouth, and last upwards of 25 years if they are cared for properly. At Constantine Dental, dental
Dental Veneers and Dental Implants both can give patients a beautiful white smile. Deciding what restorative or cosmetic option works best for you depends on the condition of your teeth. Our staff at Constantine Dental in Greensville, SC provides cosmetic and restorative consultations to all our patients to take a detailed look at your mouth and determine
The periodontium is the set of supporting tissues of the teeth. Its etymology comes from the Greek para meaning “around” and odontos (tooth). It consists of all of the tissue that surrounds and supports the teeth. He understands:
• the alveolar bone (A) of the maxilla (upper jaw) and mandible (lower jaw),
• the periodontal (L) or dento-alveolar ligament which unites the root of the tooth to the alveolar bone which surrounds it,
The Massachusetts General Hospital researcher Erin Dunn is a Perez Mouse with a white coat and a strange idea in his head. “The scientific community has been trying for decades to identify people at risk of developing a mental health problem in the future, especially children. Imagine if teeth were the first step in unveiling the mystery,” explains the scientist, who is convinced that the mouths of the little ones hide evidence that would allow them to get ahead of these problems.
It is a specialty of dentistry that is recognized internationally. It is interested in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, injuries and abnormalities of the face, mouth, teeth and jaws.