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  • FAQ

    FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions How safe are dental X-rays? There is very little risk in dental X-rays. We are especially careful to limit the amount of radiation to which children are exposed. Lead aprons and high-speed film are used to ensure safety and minimize the amount of radiation. Back

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  • Fillings

    Fillings How Teeth Are Restored After diagnosing the problem and devising a treatment plan, the next step to restore a tooth to health is to make you comfortable. We will give you a local anesthetic so that you do not feel any discomfort. After the decay is removed, the tooth is ready to receive

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  • Fillings Gallery

    A filling replaces a portion of a tooth due to decay or breakage. Fillings may take one or two appointments. A filling that is made in your mouth takes one appointment and one that is made out of your mouth typically takes two appointments. PreviousNextCase   of   Fillings Gallery Case   These

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  • Fillings Post Op

    Refrain from eating for at least 2 hours or until the anesthesia has worn off. Sensitivity: Sensitivity, especially to cold, is common for a time following treatment. For the first few days avoid extremely hot or cold foods and beverages. It is normal to have discomfort in the gums around the tooth

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  • Florida Probe

    Florida Probe® Digital Periodonotal Probe We can measure periodontal pockets faster and more accurately with our constant-force, computerized probe. Instead of having to read the tiny markings on a manual probe and estimate the pocket depth (the space between the tooth and the gum), we now use the

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  • Fluoride Experiment

    Fluoride Experiment This experiment simulates the protection power of fluoride. What you'll need: 1 bottle of fluoride rinse 2 eggs 1 bottle of white vinegar 3 containers What to do: Pour four inches of fluoride rinse solution into one of the containers and then place an egg

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  • Fluoride Treatments

    Fluoride Info Dental decay is a common condition all over the world. One way to help prevent cavities from occurring is through the use of fluoride. Fluoride helps harden the tooth enamel and make it more resistant to tooth decay. A small cavity can be stopped and even reversed by the remineralization

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  • Fractured Teeth

    Fractured Teeth Fractured Cusp This is the most common type of tooth fracture and has the best long term prognosis. In this type of fracture, a part of the tooth can completely break off and, occasionally, no pain is felt after the tooth fractures. Treatment for this type of fracture is to place

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  • Frenectomy

    Frenectomy Frenectomy is the surgical procedure for removing a frenum. A frenum is a fold of tissue that passes from the lip or cheek to the gum, or from the tongue to the gum as shown to the right. A surgical procedure is required to remove a frenum if it interferes with the normal alignment of

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  • Fun Links for Kids

    Fun Links for Kids Games Java Checkers FUNBRAIN: Educational, Interactive Kids Games for Learning Homework Help Yahooligans! - Around the World Science Fair Project Resource Guide Multnomah County Library - Homework Center Federal Resource for Educational Excellence Staying

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