The History and Evolution of dental implants technology

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After many years of research, studies and experimentations, the very first titanium dental implant was placed successfully in 1965 into a human volunteer by Branemark. They started working on the mouth as it was more accessible for their clinical studies which they found the result being the adherence of the bone with the titanium implant which they termed as  “Osseointegration” . However archaeological evidence found that humans have been attempting to replace missing teeth with root form implants for thousands of years. Remains in ancient China were found to have carved bamboo pegs taped into the bone to replace the...
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Sports Guards/Mouth Guards & Preventing Dental Damage

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Sports Guards/Mouth Guards & Preventing Dental Damage Sports guards or mouth guards are a sturdy but resilient plastic material appliance which is worn in your mouth covering your gums and teeth either when you are playing a contact sport or during sleep to help protect your mouth and teeth. What most people do not realise is that they could be a heavy bruxer (grind your teeth) which a lot of us do and are completely unaware of as this usually happens at night whilst we are a sleep or we are stressed or anxious about something. Bruxing can have a...
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Why Wisdom Teeth Are So Troublesome

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Having Wisdom Teeth Issues? Wisdom tooth/teeth (3rd Molars or 8s as they are known in dental terminology) grow at the back of your gums in the back of your mouth, they are the last teeth to come through between the ages of 17-25 and for most of us we will have four wisdom teeth - one in each quadrant. As wisdom teeth normally grow through by the time your other adult teeth are in place there is not always enough room or space for the wisdom teeth to grow properly therefore the wisdom teeth can sometimes emerge at an angle or...
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