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By Expose Yourself PR
Recently, I discussed the importance of getting cavities filled to avoid the spread of tooth decay and more widespread infection that can lead to an impact on overall health.
By Dr. Sheila R Jungmeyer
Dr. Nunemaker was born and raised in Topeka, Kansas. He was active in Boy Scouts, achieving the rank of Eagle Scout, was awarded the Pro Deo Et Patria medal, and reached the level of Vigil in the Order of the Arrow.
By Monkey & Me Sweets
Consumers can now select from a variety of new home made treats at www.monkeyandmesweets.com
By Dr. Tricia Quartey Brooklyn, New York.
Brooklyn, New York Dentist Dr. Tricia Quartey is announcing the launch of her new website for Brooklyn, New York.
We strive to provide the highest quality of general dental care...
Cosmetic and Family Dentistry in Salt Lake City
By Dr. Lida Kashani
Dr. Lida Kashani, an accomplished Laguna Hills family and cosmetic dentist, announced the grand opening of her office in Laguna Hills, offering full range of preventive, aesthetic, and restorative dental treatments.
The Dental Experts You Can Trust With Thomas A. Simmons
By Compare Marketing
The use of white fillings by dentists is on the rise in the UK although mainly in private practice and at a high cost.
The Manhattan Dentists, Drs. Steven Schloss, D.D.S and Gary Klein, D.D.S are pleased to offer fillings to their patients throughout Manhattan.
By Thomas Tinney DDS
Just imagine this: During your routine check up we discover a cavity so small that no major tooth damage has yet occurred. Without shots or drills we remove decay using air abrasion and place a tooth colored filling.
By Fainting Goat, Madison's Web Design Company
Piper Wilton Dentistry is your neighborhood dentist dedicated to providing quality dental care in a compassionate manner.
By The Wealthy Dentist
More dentists are moving away from silver fillings because of health and aesthetic concerns, finds a recent Wealthy Dentist survey. A number no longer offer amalgam, preferring composite restorations instead.
By Judy Johnson DDS
If we look at dental restoration in a chronological manner from infancy to adulthood, from pediatric dentistry to geriatric dentistry, we start out with a little tiny one-surface cavity, that escalates to a two-surface filling, then possibly implant.