A Tradition at Palmer Distinctive Dentistry On Friday, November 3, Palmer Distinctive Dentistry hosted their 3rd Annual Free Dental Day for veterans. Palmer created this annual event in order to… read more →
Workers with the most overtime hours were more likely to list “too busy with work” as their reason for leaving decayed teeth untreated.
Oral complications of diabetes can include dental caries, candidiasis, dry mouth, burning mouth syndrome, and the two-way street of diabetes and periodontal disease. Periodontal disease is an inflammatory disease that affects the soft and hard structures that support the teeth, starting with gingivitis and worsening to advanced periodontitis that can cause tooth loss.
The study tested infections associated with 50 teeth involved in root canals. They were divided into five groups. One was treated with a paste of extract of ginger, another of cinnamon, and another with both of them. The final two groups were divided into a positive control group treated with calcium hydroxide with iodoform paste, and a negative control group was left untreated.
According to a recent report in the journal Interventional Neuroradiology, dental practice and research in Europe has determined that ozone therapy can be used to slow the growth of tooth and gum infections. Clinicians are also finding that targeted exposure to ozonated water, gas and oils helps to manage viral and fungal infections, including oral herpes infections. Approximately a quarter of lesions treated with ozone do not reappear.