Dental Information

The web and your local dentist is a good source of dental information that you would want to know. Before starting any major dentistry work it is good to ask and find information on it before hand.

New Safe Detox for Amalgam Fillings

By Perry A~ -- Mercury is the most toxic, non-radioactive element on the earth. Most medical and scientific researchers have called for a ban on the use of mercury in all products. However, the potential harmful effects of mercury fillings have been ignored by the U.S. government. Due to its poisonous nature, mercury can adversely affect the immune, urinary, cardiac, respiratory and digestive systems. Under laboratory conditions, mercury has produced brain cell deterioration identical to that seen in victims... more

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Why Dental Hygiene Is So Lucrative In Canada

By David Weiszloff -- Everyone loves a winning smile. It's a symbol of success as well as physically appealing to look at. This probably explains North America's fixation with brushing, flossing, whitening and gargling; everyone aspires to those shiny pearly whites. Chances are this isn't going to change anytime soon. In light of the current recession, job security is at the top of everyone's priority list. If you're looking for job security, look no further than a career in... more

Dental Marketing: Seven Sure Sailing Strategies

By Dick Chwalek -- Everyone wants a solution that sets sail successfully the first time. Most dentists have just skirted around the edges of marketing. Actually that is what most businesses do. Unfortunately, at some point the winds change and luck, location (cubed), and trial and error are no longer on their side. A strong, consistent, proactive communication strategy is the only way to sail on these rough seas. Here are seven dental marketing strategies that will completely unfurl... more

Typical Complaints against Dental Assistants

By Uchenna Ani-Okoye -- Most Dental Assistants work hard to ensure the best quality treatment available to all patients. However, there are those who don't live up to the expectations of the patient. The patient has the right to address this issue with the dental facility. If they do not feel their complaint has been properly handled, they can then file a complaint with the State Dental Board. State Dental Boards are responsible for regulating dental practices. They work... more