Minneapolis Dental

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Minneapolis Dental
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DENTAL TECHNOLOGY Modern dental technology is advancing rapidly and significantly. New techniques, tools and innovations are making entirely new types and levels of treatment possible, treatments thought to be impossible only ten years ago. Dr. Hodd and Dr. Wu are committed to ongoing study and implementation of the latest and most advanced dental techniques to assist you, the patient. They routinely complete continuing education credits to stay at the forefront of their profession and keep up with the cutting edge of today’s constantly advancing dental technology. Click below to learn more.
Modern dental technology is advancing rapidly and significantly. New techniques, tools and innovations are making entirely new types and levels of treatment possible, treatments thought to be impossible only ten years ago. Dr. Hodd and Dr. Wu are committed to ongoing study and implementation of the...

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ROOT CANALS If you have a tooth which is severely damaged or is badly infected, root canal therapy can be done to remove the infected tooth interior completely. This therapy draws its name from the fact that the rootcanal of the tooth is cleaned out of any infection and is then filled in. An attractive crown will then be put in place to imitate the appearance of the original natural tooth. Your tooth could need a root canal if: Click below to learn more. #rootcanal #Minneapolis #Dentist #DentalCheckup
If you have a tooth which is severely damaged or is badly infected, root canal therapy can be done to remove the infected tooth interior completely. This therapy draws its name from the fact that the rootcanal of the tooth is cleaned out of any infection and is then filled in. An attractive crown w...

BLEEDING GUMS Many people have experienced bleeding gums when brushing their teeth or especially when flossing. If you’ve ever experienced this – the toothbrush turning pink, or flecks of red showing up in the sink when you spit – your first reaction may have been one of alarm. Later, you might have been told by someone that “that’s just normal” or “it happens to lots of people, so don’t worry about it.” While it is true that many people do experience bleeding gums and that it is not uncommon at all, this doesn’t mean that it is nothing to worry about. In actual fact, healthy gums should never bleed, even when brushed vigorously. Flossing should likewise not cause bleeding gums, providing again that the gums are healthy, and that excessive force is not used to insert the floss between the teeth. (A gentle back and forth sawing motion with the floss is best, thus avoiding sudden forceful impact onto the gums between the teeth.)
Many people have experienced bleeding gums when brushing their teeth or especially when flossing. If you’ve ever experienced this – the toothbrush turning pink, or flecks of red showing up in the sink when you spit – your first reaction may have been one of alarm. Later, you might have been told by…

FLUORIDE TREATMENTS Fluoride is a mineral that occurs naturally in many foods and water. When it comes into contact with the teeth, it can be absorbed by the tooth enamel and thereby increase the tooth’s resistance to forming cavities. Acid from plaque and bacteria in the mouth is how cavities form, and fluoride makes the teeth less vulnerable to this acid. You may have seen fluoride toothpastes, mouth rinses, and other such over-the-counter products available in many drugstores. These can help prevent tooth decay. However, because fluoride can be harmful if swallowed in high doses, these products tend to have a low level of fluoride content and may not do as much as necessary for the strength and preservation of your teeth. Click below to learn more. #DentalTreatments #Minneapolis
Fluoride is a mineral that occurs naturally in many foods and water. When it comes into contact with the teeth, it can be absorbed by the tooth enamel and thereby increase the tooth’s resistance to forming cavities. Acid from plaque and bacteria in the mouth is how cavities form, and fluoride makes…