21Oct, 2014

Facts about Mercury – Dental silver Filling Toxicity

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Amalgam Fillings   Amalgam is the generic term applied to the silver-mercury filling commonly used in dentistry to restore teeth. Amalgam is also known as the “silver filling” (due to its shiny appearance) or the silver–mercury filling. Silver-mercury amalgam has been used as a filling material for 160 years and has enjoyed the reputation of being an inexpensive, long lasting filling. Although the average life span of a silver-mercury amalgam filling is only around five years, according to Dr. Leon Silverstone at the University of Colorado School of Dentistry, some […]
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15Jul, 2013

Dr. Majd Mouawad on Bahrain TV Hala Bahrain

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Dr Majd Mouawad was a featured guest at the popular Bahrain TV magazine program Hala Bahrain. He was interviewed about cosmetic dentistry amongst other dental topics. Here’s the interview in its entirety, enjoy! (Arabic – starts at 10.40)
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22Jan, 2013

Why do we need to see a Dental Hygienist

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  It’s not only about getting your teeth cleaned. It is the best Oral Health Investment you can make by scheduling a periodic appointment with the Dental Hygienist. This should be done every six months. Our Seef Dental licensed and specially trained Dental Hygienist and preventive care is here to help you maintain good oral health. Once you have completed any Dental care procedure, the hygienist will help you maintain good oral health for years to come. Our Hygienist spends a full 45 minutes with each patient to ensure the […]
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3Jul, 2012

Is Chipping of Tooth Really that Big of a Deal

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 Dentists are frequently asked about chipping of tooth—“Is it that big deal? Doesn’t it depend on how big the chip is? I mean if it is just a little chip, it can’t be that bad…can it?” The answers to these questions are variations of the same theme. Yes, chipping of tooth means you have lost valuable tooth structure and potentially laid the foundation for additional chips and cracks. Or you may need a root canal if the chip is close to the pulp containing the nerve and it doesn’t heal properly […]
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2Jul, 2012

A Father’s Day Dental Health Tip

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    Based on research, men are more likely than women to develop gum disease. This reality is because men are more apt to smoke, drink, clench or grind their teeth, and eat a poor diet and less apt to brush and floss. However, the good news is that this situation can be addressed when you work with your dentist on a plan of action. While you will need to eat healthier and cut down or quit smoking and drinking if you do, your dentist can provide hands-on instructions for […]
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1Jul, 2012

The Right Time of Removing Wisdom Teeth

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When it comes to your wisdom teeth, the old adage, “if it isn’t broke don’t fix it,” does not hold true. Many times your third molars or “wisdom teeth” can be negatively impacting your mouth even though they are not causing you any pain or discomfort. For example, having a tooth pressed on the roots of another tooth beneath the surface presents a problem that if left untreated may develop into an even bigger issue. And the reality is that the best time to remove a wisdom tooth is prior […]
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1Jul, 2012

Bleaching is an Effective Method with Whitening Teeth

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If you don’t like the color of your teeth when you look in the mirror, there are easy, effective, and inexpensive options for addressing your concern. Bleaching is an effective method with minimal side effects; however understanding the advantages of professional bleaching versus Over-The-Counter (OTC) home bleaching is a must for any results-driven individual. Professional bleaching not only allows your dental professional to use higher concentrations of carbamide peroxide, the most common bleaching solution, to obtain results faster, but it also ensures an expert is overseeing the entire process. While […]
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