2015-07-01 Migraines affect over 1 billion people worldwide. The most significant characteristic of a migraine is a severe and debilitating pain in the head, but migraine headaches are more than just a bad headache. They are a neurological disorder and considered to be the most common disorder of the nervous system.
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2015-07-01 Prosthodontics is the artistic, cerebral dental specialty that focuses on improving aesthetics,  restoring and replacing teeth,  correcting poor function, treating poor bites and jaw problems.  A Prosthodontist can aid in the rehabilitation of a complete dentition or merely in the repair or replacement of one or two teeth. This specialist handles problems that arise due to neglect, trauma and congenital problems.
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2015-07-01 Have you finally decided that it’s time to make a big change in your life and undergo a cosmetic procedure, such as a face lift, breast augmentation, breast lift, tummy tuck, or liposuction? If you are fully committed to improving your appearance, then consider adding a smile makeover to your list.
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2015-07-01 Sometimes even small flaws can change the way we feel about our appearance. You wish you could stop obsessing about the small gaps between your teeth, but every time you look in the mirror, you find yourself leaning in, focusing on those gaps again. If you really don’t like the small gaps in your teeth or wish you could get a brighter, whiter smile, your cosmetic dentist may recommend tooth bonding.
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2015-07-01 No cavities, no problem, right? Wrong! Even the straightest and whitest of teeth can fall prey to a serious case of receding gums, a common condition that can sneak up and do some damage before many individuals realize it’s even a problem. While a surefire way to detect and treat it is with regular visits to the dentist, meticulous at-home monitoring and preventative care is also a great line of defense. Here’s what you should know to keep the threat of gum recession at bay.
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2015-07-01 It’s understandable if you consider a missing front tooth a cosmetic emergency. But you may hesitate to replace an absent molar since its gap is hidden back there out of sight, in a place that only your dental healthcare professionals see. It turns out that every tooth plays a role in maintaining your fabulous smile as well as your health.
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2015-07-01 Teeth are extremely important for a number of reasons, and it isn’t just about looks! They allow you to chew your food and help fill out the structure of your face. Teeth are also very important when it comes to speaking.
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2015-07-01 When judging a potential date, both men and women rate teeth at the top. Based on a national survey of almost 5,500 unattached adults 21 and older, meeting a prospect with clean, bright white teeth wasn’t just a “nice to have” item on their wish lists, but a top priority for both men and women.
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2015-07-01 A survey of 200 post-menopausal women by a research group at Western Reserve University’s School of Dental Medicine found that “[dental] implants improved the women’s quality of life in profound ways by increasing comfort, speech, chewing function, and fit compared to other restorations.”
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