Monthly Archives: March 2015

Ten Tooth Tales

http://www.disabled-world.com/news/offbeat/weird.php From the website above come the, “Ten Strangest Dental Requests”. I can tell you we’ve had several of these. Not only have we had some of these requests we have granted some of them. 10) “Can you extract my … Continue reading

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Farming & Orthodontics

We can thank farming for the need for orthodontics, according to the article I read on Science Daily at http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/02/150204144653.htm It seems about 12,000 years or so ago when our ancestors drifted away from being hunter gatherers to being farmers … Continue reading

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Internal Resorption

The X-Ray shown here is of a 12 year old boy’s teeth. You can see his first molar with two roots on the right side of the pic. In the middle is tooth #20 a single rooted bicuspid. However, an … Continue reading

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What’s Attractive?

“Listen to me, tattooed gums and a silver tooth: that’s what’s attractive. A woman should not have red gums. Her gums need to be dark. A nice smile attracts men. A nice smile with white teeth” http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/03/african-women-tattoo-gums-black-video_n_2402208.html. Wow, I am … Continue reading

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