Evrim
Evrim adlı kullanıcıdan daha fazla fikir
Gummy smiles can range from mild with a small amount of visible gum tissue to severe, where the gum tissue covers 100% of the teeth. Luckily, patients who have gummy smiles can improve their smiles’ aesthetic appearance through crown lengthening or lip repositioning treatment. Learn more in this infographic.

Gummy smiles can range from mild with a small amount of visible gum tissue to severe, where the gum tissue covers 100% of the teeth. Luckily, patients who have gummy smiles can improve their smiles’ aesthetic appearance through crown lengthening or lip repositioning treatment. Learn more in this infographic.

Gummy smiles can range from mild with a small amount of visible gum tissue to severe, where the gum tissue covers 100% of the teeth. Luckily, patients who have gummy smiles can improve their smiles’ aesthetic appearance through crown lengthening or lip repositioning treatment. Learn more in this infographic.

Gummy smiles can range from mild with a small amount of visible gum tissue to severe, where the gum tissue covers 100% of the teeth. Luckily, patients who have gummy smiles can improve their smiles’ aesthetic appearance through crown lengthening or lip repositioning treatment. Learn more in this infographic.

Why Dentists Take X-RAYS Are you studying for a Dental Assisting or DANB exam? Affordable Study Guides at www.DentalAssistantStudy.com, written by a CDA!

Why Dentists Take X-RAYS Are you studying for a Dental Assisting or DANB exam? Affordable Study Guides at www.DentalAssistantStudy.com, written by a CDA!

National Prosthodontics Awareness Week 2015 It's National Prosthodontics Awareness Week (April 12-18, 2015). To celebrate, the +American College of Prosthodontists is offering FREE access to selected scientific research articles published in ACP’s peer-reviewed Journal of Prosthodontics. To read these articles, visit http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/%28ISSN%291532-849X/homepage/npaw_2015.htm . This is related to #prosthodontist , #prosthodontics and #dentalcare .

National Prosthodontics Awareness Week 2015 It's National Prosthodontics Awareness Week (April 12-18, 2015). To celebrate, the +American College of Prosthodontists is offering FREE access to selected scientific research articles published in ACP’s peer-reviewed Journal of Prosthodontics. To read these articles, visit http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/%28ISSN%291532-849X/homepage/npaw_2015.htm . This is related to #prosthodontist , #prosthodontics and #dentalcare .

The Power of Smiling --shared by billytrail on Sep 05, 2014 - See more at: http://visual.ly/power-smiling#sthash.S7rnmrMb.dpuf

The Power of Smiling --shared by billytrail on Sep 05, 2014 - See more at: http://visual.ly/power-smiling#sthash.S7rnmrMb.dpuf

Orthodontic Fact #1 Almost 25% of patients that wore braces had to get them again after treatment because they failed to wear retainers as they were advised.

Orthodontic Fact #1 Almost 25% of patients that wore braces had to get them again after treatment because they failed to wear retainers as they were advised.

Missing teeth? No one needs to know! Ask us how dental implants can improve your life!  #DentalImplants #CosmeticDentistry #Dentaltown

Missing teeth? No one needs to know! Ask us how dental implants can improve your life! #DentalImplants #CosmeticDentistry #Dentaltown

How gum disease could affect your overall body.  #GumDisease #PeriodontalDisease #Periodontist #Dentaltown

How gum disease could affect your overall body. #GumDisease #PeriodontalDisease #Periodontist #Dentaltown

Just because you aren't experiencing dental pain doesn't mean that you don't need to visit a dentist!   Dentaltown - Patient Education Ideas

Just because you aren't experiencing dental pain doesn't mean that you don't need to visit a dentist! Dentaltown - Patient Education Ideas

What happens in bruxism? Teeth are worn down, flattened, fractured or chipped, exposing deeper layers of your tooth.

What happens in bruxism? Teeth are worn down, flattened, fractured or chipped, exposing deeper layers of your tooth.