Dental Associates of Maitland

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Dental Associates of Maitland
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They are not only for boxers. Mouthprotectors are for any sport with the potential of facial contact, better safe than sorry. In fact, passing through the sporting good section of the store, you should peruse the mouthprotectors. At the Dental Associates of Maitland, personalized guards can be fitted for the user to better communicate with teammates and can be adapted to the degree of contact the sport may subjected to the player. They come in colors as well! In fact... Mouthguards Are An Important Piece Of Safety Equipment. Writing in the Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader (4/21), Dr. Rodrigo Fuentealba, a prosthodontist and assistant professor in the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry, encourages people to remember mouthguards when purchasing sporting goods to help minimize the risk of dental damage. Fuentealba noted that “the American Dental Association and the Academy for Sports Dentistry currently recommend that mouth guards be used in 29 sports.” The ADA News reported previously that the Academy for Sports Dentistry will hold its 35th Annual Symposium June 22-24 in San Francisco. More information is available at academyforsportsdentistry.org. MouthHealthy.org and the Oral Health Topics on ADA.org provide additional information on mouthguards for patients and for dental professionals. In addition, Athletic Mouthguard has become the first athletic mouthguard to receive the ADA Seal of Acceptance.

Oral disease is implicated as a contributing factor for liver disease. Sleep with clean teeth, use that floss, brush after meals. Only good habits can keep up your act. We can help your quality to life. For more on this.... Prospective Study: Severe Gum Disease In Patients With Cirrhosis Associated With High Higher Mortality Risk. EurekAlert (4/19) hosts a release stating “a prospective study in patients with irreversible scarring of the liver (cirrhosis) demonstrates that severe periodontitis (an inflammatory gum disease) strongly predicts higher mortality in this population.” The study was presented at the International Liver Congress in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Patients have presented with complaints of sensitivity to temperature changes that we diagnosed as a reversible process if proper applications of calcium enriched fluorides would be applied. Dietary habits and oral cleaning instructions are given and accepted. Remarkably, some would return without relief, if not worsened. We would review their diets of acidic foods and their methods of application of the prescribed medicaments. We neglected to ask if they consumed vinegar as a dietary supplement though we asked about their choices of salad dressings and sauces. To our shock, they consume vinegar to improve some aspect of their health though they are dissolving their teeth and bones! In fact... Some People Using Apple Cider Vinegar For Teeth Cleaning, Whitening. CNN (4/18, Lamotte) reports that some people are touting the benefits of apple cider vinegar for a variety of conditions, including diabetes, weight loss, dental care, and more. CNN spoke with several people, including ADA Spokesperson Dr. Alice Boghosian, to determine what science says about the most common purposes for which people are using apple cider vinegar. In response to claims apple cider vinegar used as a mouth rinse or rubbed on teeth can clean and whiten teeth, Dr. Boghosian said that is “the last thing you’d want to do to promote oral health” due to the acidic nature of apple cider vinegar. “What would be a healthier option is to brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes, with a whitening toothpaste with the ADA seal,” said Dr. Boghosian. “That shows it’s been tested to do what it’s supposed to do.” Dr. Boghosian adds, “Anything acidic which contacts your teeth will wear out the enamel, the protective coating, and that will cause cavities.” MouthHealthy.org provides additional information on teeth whitening. In addition, several whitening toothpastes have the ADA Seal of Acceptance.

I once saw a video of a dentist working on himself with mirrors positioned about his head. It was rapidly concluded to be a foolish attempt to be self administering. Today there are videos telling people to do their own orthodontics, likewise inappropriate. Do not attempt these tricks on your own should be the headline for these videos. In fact.... Social Media Is Fueling DIY Orthodontics Trend. The Sacramento (CA) Bee (4/17, Caiola) reports that some people, inspired by social media, are “turning to rubber bands, fishing line and paper clips” to straighten their teeth, which “orthodontists warn could lead to gum irritation, misalignment and tooth loss.” The article reports that a quick YouTube search shows “thousands of tutorials,” many by users who appear to be teenagers, about how to straighten teeth at home without braces. A survey by the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) found 13 percent of orthodontists have seen patients who have attempted DIY teeth straightening. The AAO said in a statement that these DIY teeth straightening attempts can cause severe damage and require costly repairs.

Flossing remains the efficient and best method to clean behind and between teeth. The false media have been corrected with greater support than before! In fact... Flossing Still Important For Oral Health. Noting a news story last year questioned the benefits of flossing due to a lack of research, USA Today (4/15, May) reported American Dental Association spokesperson Dr. Matthew Messina says flossing is still important and may help prevent dental caries and gum disease. “Brushing is very important but you can’t get the bristles in between the teeth,” Dr. Messina said. “Floss pulls bacteria and plaque and food that smells bad.” USA Today noted “the ADA recommends brushing twice a day and flossing once a day.” The ADA released a statement on the benefits of using interdental cleaners. MouthHealthy.org also provides resources for patients on flossing, including the correct flossing technique.


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On the way to Alpha Omega International Dental Fraternity Foundation meeting in Philly. I'll be among the best of the best. .


Back to school bash at Amway with the Dental Society of greater Orlando.


Attending Maitland Rotary Art Festival Board Meeting at Maitland Civic Center.


Going to the Maitland Men's Club to help community needs.