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Posted by ed rogers on September 18, 2014 at 10:08pm
What is Zirconia?
Zirconia or Zirconium Oxide is a powdered metal that is used to produce dental Zirconia or frameworks or even dental substructures like bridges and crowns. It is a replacement for the earlier used gold and silver. Zirconia gives a whiter look to the teeth and is transparent for x-rays.
What is a Zirconia Crown used for?
A Zirconia crown is a wonderful cap that helps cover chipped, disfigured, broken or stained teeth. The crown makes…Continue
Stress is the body’s internal and external reaction to a change that requires a physical, mental or emotional response. Stress can come from any situation or thought that makes you feel frustrated, angry, nervous, or anxious.
Too much stress is known to be bad for us but did you know that stress can also cause issues to your …Continue
Losing teeth during childhood is natural and common to all. During childhood, falling teeth are associated with growing age and considered the age of transformation as a kid transforms from childhood to adulthood and hence is the time for celebration but if the same i.e. falling of teeth happens during adulthood then all the excitement and happiness changes into shock and concern. Losing teeth during one’s formative years is natural and a sigh of growth as falling of milk teeth makes…
The word “Zirconia” is derived from Zirconium Oxide, a white powdered ceramic metal like substance to craft frameworks for crowns, bridges and other dental substructures. It is significantly utilized in superficial dentistry to ensure restoration of a whiter appearance and translucency of the tooth. Zirconium crowns are the ideal solution to several dental issues caused due to unhealthy eating and drinking habits that encompass consumption of antibiotics, tobacco, carbonated drinks, coffee,…Continue
Posted by Charles Brown on September 4, 2014 at 6:21am