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Dental veneers ‘help fix problems’


Dental veneers could be the perfect solution for individuals who have misaligned or imperfect teeth, it has been claimed.

The procedure can be used to fix a range of problems, according to Arizona cosmetic dentists Dr Scott LeSueur and Dr Charles Dodaro, ranging from chipped or cracked teeth, through to severe discolouration which cannot be treated by teeth whitening.

"Many people have minor issues about their teeth that reduce their self-confidence. Discoloration, chips, cracks, gaps between the teeth or slight misalignment can make you uncomfortable enough to keep you from smiling," Dr LeSeur noted.

Dental veneers are made from thin porcelain and attach to the existing teeth.

Elsewhere, KHLS TV recently reported similar advice when it noted that dental veneers can help relieve overcrowding in the mouth, with dentists able to remove old teeth and replace them with porcelain replicas.

Dental implant company announces dividends


Dental implant firm announces dividendsDental implant company Dentsply has declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.05 (£0.03) per share of common stock.

This is an annual rate of $0.20 per share, which will be payable to holders of record on January 9th next year.

The group manufactures dental prosthetics, precious metal dental alloys, dental ceramics and endodontic instruments for the cosmetic surgery industry and sells its products in over 120 countries.

In addition, the group is also responsible for supplying cosmetic dentistry professionals all over the world with dental handpieces, x-ray film holders, film mounts, impression materials and bone substitute/grafting tools.

Earlier this week, Dr Scott LeSueur and Dr Charles Dodaro from Arizona stressed that there are two types of dental implants which those who struggle with dentures may want to consider.

They commented that mini implants can be placed in a single procedure, while traditional versions can replace each tooth individually or a act as a bridge and full denture.ADNFCR-2621-ID-19387173-ADNFCR

Dental implants ‘a good alternative to dentures’


Dental implants could be more comfortable than denturesLondon dental implants could be a good alternative to dentures, it has been suggested.

People who have struggled with dentures or have experienced discomfort with them, may consider dental implants, according to two US dentists.

Dr Scott LeSueur and Dr Charles Dodaro from Arizona pointed out that there are two kinds of dental implants.

Mini implants can be placed in a single procedure, which secures the dentures in place.

Alternatively, traditional versions can replace each tooth or a bridge and full denture, as well as simply holding fake teeth in place.

The two differ in that the latter involves a titanium screw section that is implanted into the jaw, which bonds to the bone. Teeth then attached can either be removable or permanent.

"Unlike dentures, dental implants don’t move or cause discomfort," they said in a joint statement.

This comes as Dr Jan Linhart, a leading American dentist, commented this week that dental implants are more convenient and can improve quality of life.

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