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Fighting Gum Disease with LANAP Laser Therapy

Though the use of lasers has matured in various industries around the country, dental lasers, to many people, may still seem like bleeding-edge technology that’s not quite ready for primetime. Well, that’s until they undergo a gum disease procedure that entailed the used of dental lasers. That’s when they find out that dental lasers are too effective at safely fighting gum disease to be labeled bleeding-edge – plus, they cause considerably less bleeding than traditional scalpels.

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How Do Dental Implants Affect Other Teeth?

They’re the closest thing you can get to real teeth. And when properly placed, they look almost indistinguishable from natural teeth. But it can’t be all good, right? There have to be some risks associated with having dental implants placed alongside natural teeth. Turns out, there aren’t many risks. But there are some. Here’s what you should know about dental implants and how they can impact the other teeth in your mouth.

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Your Options for Teeth Replacement After Oral Cancer

From the tongue to tonsils, many structures in the mouth can develop cancer. After beating cancer, many people will have lost at least one tooth. If that describes you, then see Dr. Parviz Roshanzamir at Wall Centre Dental about dental implants and other replacement options.

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Proper Home Care Techniques for Your Dental Implants

Are you preparing for dental implant placement? If so, congratulations on making a treatment choice that will provide lasting results and will improve both your dental function and appearance. You’ve probably studied up on dental implants and have a basic understanding of how implant placement works. However, if you want to lower your chance of implant failure and experience the best possible treatment outcome, it’s equally important to learn how to care for your implants after the procedure is over. Your dentist in Vancouver, BC, will give you detailed instructions for at-home dental implant care, but here is some basic information to help you keep your implants and your oral health on-point.

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Laser Dentistry for Better Oral Health

March is Oral Health Month, so it’s the ideal time to consider your oral hygiene routine and make sure you’re taking good care of your mouth. If your gum health is not what it should be, take the opportunity this month to schedule a laser dentistry appointment with your dentist in Vancouver, BC. Here are some of the top ways laser treatments can improve your oral health.

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You Might Need a Full Mouth Reconstruction If You Suffer From These

There are many reasons why people lose their teeth. Sometimes, it is due to poor dental hygiene habits. Other times, a person may experience a traumatic impact that knocks one or more teeth loose. Whether the reason is an accident or the natural aging process, there are times when full mouth reconstruction becomes the necessary course of treatment. Before you decide if this is right for you, it is important to consult with your dentist in Vancouver, BC.

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The Relationship Between Gum Disease and High Blood Pressure

Many studies have been conducted regarding the link between gum disease and high blood pressure. People who have periodontitis generally have a greater risk of developing hypertension. However, further research is necessary to determine if poor oral hygiene is an independent risk factor or if there is a direct link.

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