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The complete guide to great oral health

To keep your mouth healthy and your smile beautiful, the team at Southcommon Dental have put together their Complete Guide to Oral Hygiene. Simply follow these four steps and you will be on your way to a life of good oral hygiene.... Interdental cleaning Interdental cleaning removes plaque and bacteria that cannot be reached with tooth brushing alone. If you don't regularly clean between your teeth you are missing more than one-third of your tooth surfaces, this allows plaque to build up. Clean between your teeth at least once a day, either with dental floss or tape, interdental brushes or an electric water flosser, to ensure that plaque never gets the chance to harden into tartar. • Hold the interdental brush between your thumb and forefinger. Gently place the brush through...

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Dental Tips for Caregivers

Dental Tips for Caregivers 1) 3 Warning Signs of Impacted Wisdom Teeth Wisdom teeth are something most people have to deal with at some point. There are people searching online right now for information on recognizing a problem with their wisdom teeth. Maybe they’re already experiencing symptoms and trying to identify the problem. If you create a blog post that explains the symptoms that occur from impacted wisdom teeth, those quality prospects can find your post, see that you know what you’re talking about, and call to make an appointment. 2) The Ultimate Toothpaste Guide There are literally dozens of toothpaste variations, and this can be confusing for untrained consumers. A post that breaks them all down, explains the differences, how each one benefits users, and what typ...

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Dentistry is an ever-advancing field

Dentistry is an ever-advancing field, with new techniques and technologies emerging to improve the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases and conditions impacting the oral cavity as well as adjacent tissues and structures. With a variety of specializations within the broad field of dentistry, even general dentistry practitioners have much to stay abreast of in order to refer patients out to the most qualified specialists in the field when specialized treatment is in order. That’s not to mention the plethora of tools and technologies dentists rely on to accurately diagnose, treat, and prevent disease within their own practices. That’s why many dentists regularly read and review clinical studies and publications from other professionals and researchers in the field,...

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Broken Tooth? Here’s What to Do

Suffering a dental injury is never fun. Whether you’ve got a cracked tooth, fractured tooth, broken tooth, or split tooth, it may be able to be saved! It’s important to look after your dental health and see a professional as soon as possible. Just remember, the faster you act, the better the outcome will be!Most dental trauma is a result of an accident or sports-related injury. Chipped teeth are the dental injury we see most often; dislodged or knocked-out teeth are less likely, but can have more severe repercussions if not handled correctly at the time of injury.Look after a Broken Tooth.Unfortunately, there isn’t much you can do for a broken tooth without help from your dentist. These steps will help look after a broken tooth while you wait for an appointment: Rinse your...

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5 HEALTHY NEW YEAR’S HABITS FROM YOUR DENTIST

1. Better Brushing and Flossing Sure, you brush and floss your teeth every day, but are you doing it the best possible way? Many people only brush once a day, when it’s best to brush in the morning and at night. How about your gums? When was the last time you thought about them? They’re just as important as your teeth when it comes to your oral health. They protect your teeth’s sensitive roots and bring them precious blood. This year, while you’re brushing, be sure you clean where your teeth meet your gums, and you’ll be helping your smile tremendously. 2. Watch the Sugar Cavities are caused by sugar. More specifically, the naturally occurring bacteria in your mouth consumes this sugar and turns it into acidic plaque. Foods high in sugar like sodas, candies, juices, and ...

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Dental Equipment

Whether building a new dental practice from scratch, upgrading an existing practice or expanding a practice with additional operatories or new specialty services, numerous pieces of dental equipment will be needed to complete the project. More than just the technologies used to treat patients, dental equipment also includes the utility systems that power a dental practice, the systems used for infection control protocols, and even all of the equipment used to set up a portable dental operatory. Dental equipment can be divided into many categories to encompass the types of equipment that every practice needs in order to treat patients as well as the equipment required in practices providing specialized services such as endodontics or oral surgery. Dental patient chairs are a necessary ...

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Why Dental Health Check Ups are so Important?

One of the major issues facing dentists, patients and patients wallets is that the majority of us don't visit the dentist on a regular basis. According to research from NHS Digital (previously the Health and Social Care Information Centre) half of UK adults haven't been to the dentist in the last two years. More than a quarter of adults only visit the dentist when they have a problem. The infrequency and irregularity of dental check-ups is causing a huge number of problems for us. The facts say a lot here with 31% of adults having tooth decay, 66% of us having visible plaque and 29% of the population suffering from regular pain in the mouth or teeth. How Often Should You Visit the Dentist Both adults and children should visit the dentist regularly, as often as they recommend. For ...

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Selecting the right software for your practice

The modern dental practice has evolved considerably over the past few years. It wasn't that long ago when computers in a dental office were considered a luxury and unnecessary. Most dentists used a paper appointment book and ledger cards to track the financial health of the practice. The purpose of this article is to explore the steps in selecting dental-software applications, to review the benefits and features of dental software, and to examine reasons why dentists are not fully utilizing their dental software. I'll also examine the features that are inherent in most software, and how those features can improve the practice's bottom line. Practice-management systems There are several types of software that dentists use in their practices, but the most important is the practice- ...

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Is your dental practice starving? Kick off the year with a bang, and feed your practice what it nee

We think it’s time you juiced up your business. Our Smart Dental Dashboard will have your practice experiencing growth so fast; your competitors will believe that you’re on steroids. Make no mistake, running a successful dental practice is difficult. Multiple factors including competition, changes in marketing, both from a digital and physical standpoint and increased customer expectations are all commanding your attention. Unless you happened to major in business while in dental school, these challenges mean that now more than ever before it’s essential to have key information at your fingertips so you can make fast, educated decisions. If you desire to be successful in modern dentistry, you must start operating your practice more like a business. The proper approach and ...

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Taking you to the clouds.

As a Dental-Cloud client, you never have to think about local server maintenance for your practice management data. Downtime due to server or network issues is reduced. You have the flexibility to access data from any location with an internet connection. Dentee Support can quickly view your dental clinic management software   to help with any questions or problems. Practice records need protection. When the owner of a dental practice discovers that one of their employees has been fraudulently altering records, it can cause nights of little sleep, months of investigation, and years of rebuilding. You know who did what. Individual transactions may be linked to an operator ID, attributing entries to individuals. Cancelled transactions are marked with the identity of the canc...

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