Maintaining the Aging Human Tooth

The human tooth is an incredible feat of nature. It is highly specialized and engineered to stand up to the extremely strong chewing forces for a whole lifetime. The natural tooth has three unique layers: the inner pulp, the middle … Continue reading

Dangerous Dental Amalgam

This mother describes the dramatic effect that the placement of two mercury amalgam filling had on her fifteen year old son KJ… This certainly is an extreme reaction. Most dental patients with amalgam fillings will have no directly observable reactions, … Continue reading

Zooming into the Structure of a Tooth

Imagine a microscope with variable and nearly unlimited magnification (a few million can be considered unlimited for this purpose.) Then take a normal tooth, point this microscope at it and zoom in, zoom in more, and then some… [dailymotion][/dailymotion] It … Continue reading

Sleep Apnea Treatment in Glendale

Lack Of Breath May Ruin Your Well-being There is probably no other condition that impacts your well-being as much as  sleep apnea or its less serious cousin – snoring. Just imagine that while you sleep someone comes by chokes you … Continue reading

Tooth Grinding in Children

Many parents notice that their children grind their teeth at night, maybe even during the day. If you notice a pronounced wear pattern on their baby teeth, it may mean trouble, and would justify a dental visit, preferably someone who … Continue reading

Hidden Decay under Old Amalgam Filling

Silver-amalgam fillings are made from an alloy containing 50% mercury. These are the most common fillings found around the world. Unfortunately, its physical characteristics violate many structural principles in tooth integrity. Being an unstable metallic alloy, it is subject to … Continue reading

Repair of Chipped Teeth with Bonded Composits

Anterior tooth trauma and bonding Chipped teeth are a frequent occurrence, especially among children. They are a cause of serious concern due to their unsightly appearance, as they mainly involve the upper central incisors, the most visible and esthetically important … Continue reading

Biological and Homeopathic Dentistry

Biological dentistry is not, in itself,  a specialty in dentistry, but rather an approach to dentistry which utilizes aspects of complementary or “alternative” therapy normally used in the field of homeopathy. A Biological Dentist: Will take into account the intricate … Continue reading