Must-know classifications of dental caries for the national dental hygiene boards
Because of its importance, the national dental hygiene boards examinations require students to be proficient in detecting and classifying dental caries.
What is the difference between dental attrition, abfraction, erosion and abrasion?
Dental attrition and abfraction are caused by bruxing, but the damage occurs at different points of the teeth. Abrasion is caused by rubbing against foreign objects and erosion is induced by chemical components.
Toothy Grin Necklace | Etsy
a full top set of false teeth strung on an 17 inch silver or gold plated chain with a lobster clasp. Each tooth is set in an endcap and connected to its own link in the chain so they wont jostle each other for space. These are the sort of teeth which come on a wax strip for choosing the color/ shape of denture teeth About these teeth: I get the teeth for these necklaces from a variety of sources, usually in batches. At this time I am using a mixture of vintage porcelain and acrylic…
Dr Steven Lin - Get Healthier Teeth and Reboot your Health Today!
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Basic Dental Examination Kit
Medical Tools 20 Pcs Basic Dental Examination Kit is compiled for students and professionals. Dentist's Daily Use Examination Kits contains all necessary tools to perform a dental examination.
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Dental Implants | Ferber Dental Group
If you are missing some or all of your teeth, you may be a candidate for dental implants. Contact Ferber Dental Group for more information!