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German dentists using laser drills

Mon

Dentists in Germany are using laser drills.

Dentists in Germany have been given access to the next generation of drill technology – lasers.

Shane McGlaun wrote in a blog for Slash Gear that he hates going to the dentist, but the development of new laser drills could help him get over his dental fears.

He commented: “Over in Germany, they are working with a sweet laser drill that is designed to cover treatment of soft tissue.”

Mr McGlaun said that in general, it is the pain and “horrible noise” that traditional drills cause which make him less inclined to visit his dentist for regular check-ups.

Elsewhere, individuals who have missing teeth have been advised that dental implants could be the perfect solution to their problem.

New York periodontist Dr Hiroshi Kimura recently claimed that the devices can offer a permanent solution to tooth loss and the prosthetic that is attached can be treated and maintained just as a person would one of their own teeth.

Dental implants ‘will last’

Mon

Dental implants last for a long time and patients should not be worried about their hardiness, it has been claimed.

A recent study has shown that in 98 per cent of cases, dental implants will last longer then five years for patients.

Nobel Biocare revealed its results after completing a five-year follow-up study on patients who had full-arch restorations utilising these cosmetic dentistry devices.

It showed that in the vast majority of cases, few problems were had with dental implants and that the devices helped maintain bone structure in the jaw and supported surrounding teeth in the process.

Furthermore, the company claimed that the study has helped prove it uses “very demanding study protocols and is very transparent in its reporting of bone remodelling.”

Elsewhere, New York periodontist Dr Hiroshi Kimura recently said the use of dental implants could be the perfect solution for someone who has lost a tooth.

He noted the devices can offer a permanent solution to tooth loss and the prosthetic that is attached can be treated and maintained just as a person would one of their own teeth.

Dental implants “perfect solution” for missing teeth

Fri

People missing teeth could turn to dental implants.

The use of dental implants could be the perfect solution for someone who has lost a tooth, it has been claimed.

New York periodontist Dr Hiroshi Kimura said the devices can offer a permanent solution to tooth loss and the prosthetic that is attached can be treated and maintained just as a person would one of their own teeth.

He commented: “Through dental implants, people regain the comfort and the confidence to eat, speak, smile and ultimately enjoy life.”

Dr Kimura added dental implants are “changing the way people live”.

Elsewhere, Dr Mitchell A Josephs recently wrote in a blog post for the Palm Beach Post that the use of dental implants for individuals who have lost a tooth can help them maintain stronger teeth in the future.

He claimed by installing a dental implant into the space left by a lost tooth, it can strengthen the jawbone in that area and stop gums from receding.

Study: Dental implant market to increase

Wed

Study suggests dental implant market will growThe dental implant market is expected to grow by about 12.2 per cent between now and 2014, it has been predicted.

In its report, Markets and Markets also forecasted the oral health biomaterials sector will increase by 10.5 per cent.

The study noted technological advancements were enabling dentists to treat their patients in a number of different ways and was driving the market forward.

Despite the economic downturn, the authors of the report stated "a wide range of implantable, aesthetic orthodontics for surgical procedures [and] digitalised dental imaging equipment" were to thank for the rise in the sector.

The research company will present its findings on the global dental and equipment market on September 17th.

Meanwhile, people in London contemplating getting teeth implants might like to take note of Dr Hiroshi Kimura’s view on the procedure.

The periodontist from New York recently said the treatment can give people the confidence to enjoy life.ADNFCR-2621-ID-19353218-ADNFCR

How do I know if cosmetic dentistry is right for me?

Mon

Dentist suggests when cosmetic dentistry might be right optionOne woman has spoken out about how she decided cosmetic dentistry was for her.

She told Best Syndication how she always focused in on models’ smiles and teeth when she was flicking through magazines.

In the end, the female underwent teeth whitening and received eight veneers, Dr Rinaldi – the oral health expert who completed the procedures – explained to the online resource.

He said: "Now Anna boasts a smile that would rival even that of a model in a magazine."

The dentist suggested individuals should ask themselves a number of questions when considering cosmetic dentistry.

If people cover their mouths with their hands, or do not feel confident smiling, these are signs a procedure might be suitable.

Likewise, he advised those who wish they had teeth that were whiter, longer, shorter or less prominent to also consider treatment.

Earlier this month, New York periodontist Dr Hiroshi Kimura remarked dental implants can change people’s lives.ADNFCR-2621-ID-19348724-ADNFCR

Teeth implants ‘change lives’

Fri

Dental implants have been described as life changingTeeth implants can change people’s lives, it has been claimed.

Dr Hiroshi Kimura is a New York periodontist and remarked the method can be the ideal option to help those who have damaged or missing teeth.

He explained the procedure can take between six and eight weeks, but patients do not normally have their routine disrupted too much by the treatment.

Dental implants are placed within the jawbone and then crowns are attached once this has bonded with the bone, the oral health professional explained.

"Through dental implants, people regain the comfort and the confidence to eat, speak, smile and ultimately enjoy life," he stated.

In other cosmetic dental news, X Factor judge Louis Walsh recently talked about the work he had done before the new series of the talent show.

He told the Daily Mail he was pleased to have his teeth worked on because he felt it was important to look after himself. ADNFCR-2621-ID-19347268-ADNFCR

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