By Gordon J. Christensen DDS MSD PhD ScD
Written particularly for the dental sufferer, this source offers useful information regarding dental wellbeing and fitness and treatments. Readers can entry easy-to-understand information regarding strategies to their dental difficulties and approximately find out how to hold a fit smile for all times.
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If there is overuse of the plan by the employees for a given time period, the bank has insurance for the overage, so your company is not at risk. Direct assignment has been used successfully in Florida for several years. It overcomes the few challenges that are present with direct reimbursement. 27 CHAPTER 5 Controlling Pain in Dentistry Pain Control P ain associated with the mouth has always been a subject of concern. Toothache is well known to be one of the most debilitating types of pain in the body.
The edges of the teeth are straight with the face, but the irregular gum line produces some short and some long teeth. • The midline of the upper teeth does not coincide with the midline of the lower teeth. The following are alternatives: A. Tooth recontouring (p. 54) B. Orthodontic treatment (p. 107) C. Orthodontic treatment (p. 107) and/or orthognathic surgery (p. 95) D. Periodontal surgery (gingivectomy) (p. 135) E. Placing veneers (p. 55) F. Placing crowns (caps) (p. 146) G. Bonding (p. 54) 12.
This microabrasion procedure is safe, not difﬁcult, and requires a minimal amount of time. The technique adapts well to some superﬁcial white or brown spots. (FIG. 18). A. Advantages: Superﬁcial stains may be removed rapidly, easily, painlessly, and at a relatively low cost. B. Disadvantages: The technique is not acceptable for tooth discolorations that are deep within the tooth enamel. C. Risks: Infrequently the treated teeth may be sensitive after the microabrasion has been ﬁnished, but this condition usually lasts only a short time.