3 months ago

Dental Surgical Instruments: A Short Guide

There are a number of surgical instruments used in dental practice. This article outlines some of the commonly used instruments, manufactured by leading dental equipment manufacturers.

Dental surgical instruments are used to examine, manipu read more...



6 months ago

Dr. Mark A. BreinerDDS, FAGD, FIAOMT



Biological and Holistic Dentistry, Energetic Testing, Homeopathy Expert

Dr. Mark A. Breiner Quick Facts

Main Areas: General and Holistic Dentistry, Energetic Testing, Homeopathy

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11 months ago

5 Ways Poor Dental Care Makes You Sick

Even if you brush your teeth daily, you may still have dangerous bacteria growing inside your mouth. Not only could that lead to periodontitis (an advanced form of gum disease that comes with symptoms such as bleeding when you brush and gum pain), read more...



11 months ago

Dentist Education Requirements and Career Information

You should enroll in a dental school accredited by the American Dental Association. Dental colleges offer either a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) or Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD). You must submit Dental Admission Test (DAT) scores with your appl read more...



12 months ago

Make Your Blog Posting Ventures More Productive

Blogs are an excellent way to reach out to a wide audience of readers. If you'd like to influence people, a blog can give you what you're looking for. Read this article for some helpful tips on how you can establish a successful blog.

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1 year ago

Metro Dentalcare Locations Serve as Drop-off Sites for Toys for Tots Program

RICHFIELD, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Metro

Dentalcare will serve as a donation site for the United States Marine

Corps Reserves Toys for Tots program this holiday season from

Dec. 1 to 17. Toys for Tots boxes will be displaye read more...



1 year ago

How To Get Your Teeth Whiter Without Going To The Dentist

In order to keep your teeth nice and pearly white, it's customary to go to the dental hygienist once every 4 months for a thorough fluoride cleaning. They usually do a great job but it can end up costing you $300 a pop and this adds up over time. read more...