Hormonal changes, particularly in women, has long been linked with various conditions, with a new addition to that roster recently unveiled to be – gum disease. Charlene Krejci, Associate Clinical Professor, Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine, recently established a link between hormonal changes and gum disease in a comprehensive review of studies [...]
Facelift Dentures should not be confused with Face Lift Dentistry ®. A high quality dentist will make a denture that will work well, support the face, help you look your very best, it will have a comfortable bite, help you speak clearly and provide a nice smile. During the last 40 years, the whole purpose of a denture was [...]
We asked Dr. Sam Muslin these 3 questions about his Facelift Dentistry ® treatment, and he explained: Who is a Candidate for Facelift Dentistry ®? Just about any patient with: a bad bite bad porcelain veneers worn down teeth TMJ problems who needs underbite correction or overbite correction has small teeth or large teeth is [...]
Although George Washington reputedly wore wooden dentures, porcelain became the choice of early cosmetic dentists about the time he became the first U.S. president; a patent was granted for such dentures in Britain around 1790. Unlike dentures made from organic materials, porcelain was resistant to rot and surprisingly durable.