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Gum bleeding as a warning signal

Added on 27.05.2019

Gum bleeding as a warning signal
Surely, we all know this: after thoroughly brushing our teeth, we rinse out our mouths and suddenly discover a reddish discoloring in the rinsing water while it slowly but certainly makes its way towards the drain in a circular fashion. After a closer examination of the mouth, we determine that the source of this reddish discoloring is our irritated gum line and we quickly dismiss the event as a triviality. In many cases, this is not the best course of action since bleeding gums (especially those that keep bleeding over several days) are a definitive warning signal for a potentially more serious problem such as an inflammation inside the mouth.
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Stopping tooth decay in a flash

Added on 20.05.2019

Stopping tooth decay in a flash
In cases of tooth decay, all of us are accustomed to watching the dentist reach for the drill to remove destroyed dental substance in an effort to prepare a clean hole in the treated tooth for a long-term filling. Though this is most often absolutely necessary, most patients get at least a slightly queasy feeling every time a drill comes into play. Now, how would these patients feel if there was a way to stop tooth decay completely painlessly and without the use of a drill in only a few seconds?
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Designing a bright smile

Added on 12.05.2019

Designing a bright smile
Have you ever heard of a "designed" smile? Do you believe it is possible for a dentist to map out your future smile on a computer screen? Does this sound too much like science fiction to you? Maybe ten years ago but today all of this is made possible by Digital Smile Design (DSD) - a software-powered procedure that allows dentist to digitally design a bright smile for their patients prior to ever laying a hand on their faces.
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Introducing Dr. Dent. Roboto

Added on 06.05.2019

Introducing Dr. Dent. Roboto
In more and more industries, such as for example the automotive industry or the metal construction industry, an increasing number of machines - or robots - are put to use. In the banking sector, there is even reference of so-called "robo calls". Since the pace of global technological development is increasingly gaining steam, robots are entering more and more previously human-dominated professions including, probably unsurprisingly, dentistry. But how far along is the field of robotics as it relates to dentistry and what kinds of successes have been achieved to date? Let's find out more!
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Laughing gas helps you relax

Added on 29.04.2019

Laughing gas helps you relax
Over half of all dental treatment-seeking patients have a queasy feeling when paying a dental practice a visit and some of them even suffer from so called dentophobia which manifests itself in the form of shaking, sweating, and stomach cramps and which, in severe cases, can also lead to panic attacks. In order to ensure an uneventful dentist visit, an increasing number of dentists nowadays use laughing gas, which has been in use as a proven sedative in many dental practices around the globe for many years. Sounds great, right? Then let's find out a little bit more!
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Smiling is healthy

Added on 21.04.2019

Smiling is healthy
A smile can be worth and can express more than any friendly word and is therefore one of our most effective means of communication. It is innate and normally emerges during the fourth week of a baby's life. A smile strengthens the bond between children and parents early on and its positive impact on interpersonal relationships translates well into adulthood. However, how does a smile affect one's health and is every smile the same? Let us find out!
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Dental care for babies is very important

Added on 10.04.2019

Dental care for babies is very important
It is probably clear to everybody that the thorough care of baby teeth is absolutely essential, despite their only temporary stay in a child's mouth, since they can positively or negatively affect the health of permanent teeth. After the emergence of the first baby tooth about 6 months after birth, parents need to brush their children's teeth twice per day. And so, there is a clear response to the question when dental care for a child should start: already in its infancy.
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Do energy drinks harm your teeth?

Added on 03.04.2019

Do energy drinks harm your teeth?
Many of us have become used to reaching for an energy drink after a long day (or on the heels of a short night) to squeeze a few more productive hours out of one's body. Though these energy drinks work quite well temporarily, as their name implies, more and more reports about their potentially destructive effect on dental enamel have started surfacing. But how much of these horror stories is actually true? Let's find out!
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Can a kiss harm your teeth?

Added on 24.03.2019

Can a kiss harm your teeth?
Many of us have surely heard about it and at least some of us have asked the question whether it is true: Can one of the best things in life - kissing - really cause unpleasant gum inflammations and even tooth decay? And that despite proper oral hygiene? Well then, let's read on and find out.
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Hyaluron for a pretty smile

Added on 12.03.2019

Hyaluron for a pretty smile
Nowadays, the meaning and importance of a nice, wrinkle-free face with a glowing white smile have increased to such an extent that many people count on so-called "beauty treatments". Dentists can help with tooth whitenings but from time to time some patients decide to ask for more help. White teeth are great and all but, for some, the overall look of the face can be ruined by even a single wrinkle. 
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Mint candy, chewing gum, or even ginger?

Added on 03.03.2019

Mint candy, chewing gum, or even ginger?
Haven't we all been in this situation before: You wake up, the sun is shining brightly through the window, you pleasurably stretch one last time before getting up and ... you suddenly notice a weird taste in your mouth. In the morning, almost everyone wakes up with a bad taste in the mouth and, of course, the associated bad breath. So what can be done to fix this issue? Is mint candy a good remedy? Chewing gum, maybe? Let's find out!
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Tongue scraper to the rescue

Added on 24.02.2019

Tongue scraper to the rescue
Nowadays, according to recent statistics, roughly 25% of the population living in the German-speaking realm suffer from bad breath. In some cases, bad breath is a result of gum inflammations such as periodontitis. Most frequently, however, the causes are malodorous sulfurs that develop as byproducts of the decomposition of food leftovers inside the mouth by bacteria. Since a large number of bacteria can accumulate on the tongue's surface in the form of a white film, the periodical and thorough cleaning of the tongue is recommended by an increasing number of dentists.
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Interview with Dr. Dimitar Raynov

Added on 12.02.2019

Interview with Dr. Dimitar Raynov
Dearest DentalAce Community,

This week, we are continuing our series of informative interviews with our pioneer dentists.

Enjoy the read!

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Don't forget to floss

Added on 10.02.2019

Don't forget to floss
All of us want healthy teeth but what many of us forget is that frequent brushing by itself is not enough. Though the careful use of a toothbrush is an effective way to remove dental plaque, the bristles unfortunately only reach about 70% of any given tooth's surface area. The remaining 30% are located on the sides of teeth and since toothbrushes barely reach into embrasures (the spaces in between teeth), they do not effectively remove the pesky plaques that can accumulate in those places.


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The many promises of dental gum

Added on 03.02.2019

The many promises of dental gum
Haven’t we all heard this before? Just chew a yummy dental gum after every meal and you can forget about brushing your teeth. Nowadays, quite a few manufacturers of dental gum advertise this and other similar promises on TV and other marketing channels to attract consumers to their products. But are these lofty advertising slogans true or are they just empty words?
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Reality or fiction?

Added on 25.01.2019

Reality or fiction?
Don’t forget to brush your teeth after every meal. An apple a day keeps the dentist away. All of us have certainly heard one or more of these popular sayings about dental care and many of us have even adhered to them.
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Added on 18.01.2019

Fluorosis causes stains

Added on 11.01.2019

Fluorosis causes stains
Whether fluoride does or does not help one’s teeth is one of those topics that keep emerging over and over again in newspapers, magazines, and even on TV. Many say that fluoride is great for teeth because it hardens the dental enamel. Others, however, are worried that too heavy usage may be poisonous.
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