Preventative Dentistry. Conservative Periodontal Therapy
National lecturer on conservative treatment of periodontal diseases and elimination of tooth decay. Former adjunct professor of oral microbiology at a Leading school of dental hygiene. Former investigator for State Board of Dentistry. Retired from private dental practice.
RDH Magazine. Numerous articles
Graduate of Medical College of VA School of Dentistry. 20 years teaching hygienists at NOVA
We have no permanent fillings. The first little filling leads to an average expense of $2000 to $4000 per tooth filled through a lifetime of breakdown and repair. Thats why it is so important that we can now prevent the decay process from advancing to the stage that drilling and filling become necessary.
The dental hygienist can keep their young patients from having their teeth drilled and filled if they start with the 5 year old child.
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Hi Gabrielle, First of all, the shifting or stability of remaining teeth after extraction is very hard or impossible to predict. But it would be rare indeed for your front teeth to move because
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My first choice would be the GIC because it emits fluoride minimizing the chance of new decay around filling. It also reduces the possibility of tooth sensitivity caused by a filling. But if you are
When a crown gets new decay around or under it, that usually requires another crown. The average life of a crown is about 10 years. The usual reason for failure .is new decay.. It is too late to change
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