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Dental Prosthetics are prosthetic implants for the mouth, and can be for cosmetic or dental reasons. The market is increasing, and technology is improving the quality of them.

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Amada Senior Care Expands to Western San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) April 28, 2016 Amada Senior Care, premier provider of non-medical in-home care and assisted living placem...

Poor Dental Habits in Families Can Influence Children’s Dental Health Over a Lifetime, Says Medical Center Dental Care

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 27, 2016 San Fernando Valley-based Medical Center Dental Care is a dental group committed to meeting...

Article on Insufficient Pediatric Dental Care Highlights Need for Parents to Advocate for Children’s Oral Health, says Medical Center Dental Care

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 23, 2016 According to an article published February 11th on the Merced Sun-Star, too few children...

'You can always look better' – On norms and ideals in dental care

The dental care industry spends a lot of time on supporting young people as they get through their often long and difficult orthodontic treatment, often financed by the government dental care system, ...

Tempe Dental Care is Proud To Welcome Five New Employees

Tempe Dental Care is proud to announce the expansion of its dental team by five new employees in the past two months. Tempe, AZ (PRWEB) October 26, 2015 Tempe Dental Care, a leading Tempe AZ dentist...

CDC releases dental health resource

The CDC recently released a resource designed to help dental health care professionals prevent infections, according to a news release.The document, “Summary of Infection Prevention Practices in Den...

Rethinking How U.S. Health Care Policy Approaches the Mouth

By MARKO VUJICIC Dental care has traditionally been financed and delivered separately from medical care. This is despite the Surgeon General’s report in 2000 that emphasizes the importance of oral h...

Regenerative nanomaterials to improve dental care

New nanomaterials for dental treatments boast impressive antibacterial, decay-resistant and biomimetic properties. In combination with stem cells, they are even capable of regenerating dental tissues...

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Planning Oral Health and Clinical Discharge in Primary Care: The Comprehensive Dental Care Protocol Outcome.

The dental care must be driven by preventive and curative measures that can contribute to the population's oral health promotion.


Adverse effects of medication used in dental care are likely to increase as North Americans live longer, experience more and greater severity of chronic conditions and take more medications. Thus, doc...

Dental care after an emergency department visit for dental problems among adults enrolled in Medicaid.

Dental emergency department (ED) visits are increasing nationally, but EDs provide only palliative care. The authors examine time to subsequent dentist visit within 6 months after the ED visit, as wel...

Do Medicaid benefit expansions have teeth? The effect of Medicaid adult dental coverage on the use of dental services and oral health.

This article examines the effect of Medicaid adult dental coverage on use of dental care and dental health outcomes using state-level variation in dental coverage during 2000-2012. Our findings imply ...

Foreign body of dental origin: How to retrieve the dentist's drill?

Inhalation of foreign bodies is an unusual complication of dental care. When it occurs immediately during the intervention, it is generally a dental tool, such as the little screwdrivers used for dent...

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