The History of Dentistry

The History of Dentistry

  • Scared About Getting Dental Implants? You Don't Have to Be

    When you have never had dental implants before, and your dentist recommends the treatment, it is normal to get scared. What's more, people around you may come up with all these myths and stories that will get you thinking, 'This is not a worthy cause to pursue'. However, tooth implants are more than just replacing a lost tooth. It impacts your oral aesthetics as well. So if you want to restore the beautiful smile you once had, this treatment is worth it.

  • What To Expect During Root Canal Treatment

    If you have been experiencing ongoing pain in your tooth, it could be time to visit your dentist to see if root canal treatment is required. This is a relatively painless procedure these days despite what you may have heard from friends and family. Your dentist will give you reassurance before and during your treatment to ensure you understand what is going to happen and that you are comfortable during your treatment.

  • Expecting realistic results from a tooth whitening procedure

    Tooth whitening has become a popular and convenient procedure for restoring an attractive glow to the teeth. Through both extrinsic and intrinsic methods, the teeth can be whitened and stains removed to restore a complete smile. In many cases, people don't understand the important role that they play in making their teeth whitening procedure a success. In addition to the dentist's role in carrying out the technical aspects of teeth whitening, patients also play a role in ensuring that they obtain meaningful results.

  • Questions You Might Have About Cosmetic Dentistry

    Cosmetic dentistry can have many benefits for both adults and teens, as straight teeth can make you feel more confident when meeting people or speaking in public, whereas teeth that are not properly aligned might mean stiff muscles in the face and jaw, which then causes aches and pain all along the upper body. If you're thinking of cosmetic dentistry for yourself, or know your child will need to have his or her teeth straightened, note a few questions you might have about the processes available, and this might help you to know what to discuss with your dentist or with an orthodontist at offices like DI Dental Implant Centre.

  • Dentures and Dental Appointments: 3 Important Reasons for Denture Wearers to Visit Their Dentist

    A costly mistake that new full denture wearers sometimes make is to assume that they no longer need to see a dentist. After all, they don't have any teeth. What could go wrong? But teeth or no teeth, your oral health is still important. Even a person with no remaining natural teeth can suffer dental complications—especially if they are a denture wearer. If you have recently replaced your teeth with dentures, or plan to in the near future, you should plan to visit your dentist at least once a year.

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    About Me
    The History of Dentistry

    Ever since I was a little girl, I have loved stories about the past. Whether the stories were about horses, wars, exploration or even dentistry, I loved to hear them. I find that knowing the history of something helps it to make sense and feel approachable. I know that some people have dental anxiety, and I too have suffered, but I also feel like the more you know about dental work and its history, the easier it is. This blog is dedicated to exploring the history of dentistry – What did ancient people use for fillings? How did early dentists numb their patients? Who was the first dentist? Those are just some of the questions I plan to answer here. Ready? Okay, let's dive into the history of dentistry together!