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Tindal Prosthodontics Blog

What Is a Prosthodontist? Why Should You Visit One?

January 29, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Ben Tindal @ 8:49 pm

dental patient with mirrorDentists play an invaluable role in helping their patients achieve and maintain oral health. They check for oral health problems and provide services that strengthen, beautify, and even rebuild teeth. But did you know that there are different types of dentists? Some patients find that they derive the greatest benefits when they choose a specialist, such as a prosthodontist in Sarasota, as their regular oral healthcare provider. What exactly is a prosthodontist, and how can you determine whether to visit one?

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How to Maintain Oral Health in Sarasota for the Holidays

December 2, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Ben Tindal @ 8:16 pm

Man and woman smiling.Many people like the holidays for the time with friends and family, the parties, and the delicious food. However, this time of year can do some damage to your smile if you aren’t careful. Luckily for you, your dentist has some tips on how to get through this season of sugar without any problems. Keep reading to learn how to maintain oral health in Sarasota and celebrate the holidays at the same time!
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4 Keys to Preventing Dental Implant Infections in Sarasota

November 20, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Ben Tindal @ 8:10 pm

dental checkupDental implants are the best tooth replacement option that modern dentistry has to offer. While some people may shy away from them because they’re nervous about surgery or they’re afraid their implants will fail, there is really no reason for alarm. In fact, this treatment enjoys a success rate of over 95 percent! Only in very rare cases do dental implant infections in Sarasota endanger a smile’s long-term well-being. Usually, a few simple precautions are all that’s required to protect implants from infection.

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Let’s Celebrate Dental Hygiene in Sarasota

October 18, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Ben Tindal @ 7:14 pm

patient taking selfie with hygienistIt’s finally autumn, and while we may not be getting much fall weather here in Sarasota, picking up a pumpkin spice latte can help you feel a little of that same excitement. As you relax with your favorite beverage, remember that October isn’t only about pumpkins and Halloween. The American Dental Association has also named these 31 days National Dental Hygiene Month! That means it’s time to celebrate clean, healthy mouths — and the people who help us get them that way. Keep reading to learn more about why dental hygiene in Sarasota is crucial!

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Why Dentures in Sarasota Become Loose over Time

September 29, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Ben Tindal @ 12:35 am

An implant-retained denture.Dentures in Sarasota are a traditional treatment option for people who have lost their natural teeth. They do a good job overall of helping patients to regain lost functionality. However, over time they can begin to loosen due to either bone resorption or simple wear-and-tear. Many denture wearers find greater benefits from switching to dental implants.

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Why Technology Matters When Placing Dental Implants in Sarasota

August 22, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Ben Tindal @ 7:48 pm

An older couple examining an X-ray.Replacing teeth is no simple process. In order to make your placement as smooth as possible, the planning stages need to be given a very high level of attention. In fact, they require a level of attention and detail so high that traditional digital X-rays aren’t sufficient. Luckily, the process is becoming far easier thanks to advanced technology making its way into the dental world.

The next time you visit a dentist, see if they make use of this device to plan your treatment for dental implants in Sarasota.

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How to Make Your Dentures in Sarasota Fit Better Than Ever!

August 10, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Ben Tindal @ 6:55 pm

An implant-retained denture.One of the most common problems with dentures is their inability to stay in the mouth properly, especially when chewing food. While they technically allow you to eat more foods than before, they never feel as natural as teeth did. What’s even worse is the constant need to reshape and eventually replace them due to the ever-changing shape of your mouth. However, when you get dentures in Sarasota, you can make them feel more natural than ever before.

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Tensile strength of prosthodontic treatments

March 11, 2016

One of the most amazing features of the mouth is the tensile strength of human teeth. Human teeth have a unique micro and nanostructure. The crystalline structure in human teeth have a special arrangement and they are effectively glued together by proteins. These proteins keep teeth intact even when damaged. Due to this structure, a crack or chip in the tooth is isolated and doesn’t run the length of the entire tooth.

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Oral bacteria and your body’s balance

March 1, 2016

As a child, you were probably taught that you needed to brush your teeth to remove all of the nasty bacteria from your mouth. It would cause cavities! Well, it turns out that common knowledge about bacteria was only partially true.

You were likely taught that brushing, flossing, and rinsing with mouth wash was the only way to remove harmful bacteria from your mouth. You may have come to understand bacteria as a problem, a source of disease or poor health, and something that must be restricted and removedThe unfortunate side effect of this common belief is that we fail to recognize the good, helpful, healthy, and useful ways bacteria contribute to total body health.

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Aging, prosthodontics, and you!

February 15, 2016

Filed under: Tindal Prosthodontics — tntadmin @ 6:25 pm

Aging affects all aspects of physical health, but did you know that aging has a specific affect on the gumline and your probability of losing natural teeth? Most older adults have at least one false tooth, and many rely on partial dentures and full dentures to go about their everyday activities of chewing, eating, and maintaining proper nutrition. Part of aging includes changes to the mouth and shifts to the arrangement of teeth, and this isn’t something to be ignored. With proper management, you can maintain your smile for years to come!

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