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Before being elected to Congress in 2010, Dr. Gosar ran a successful dental practice in Flagstaff, Arizona and was nationally recognized by the Arizona Dental Association as “Dentist of the Year”. As the President of the Arizona Dental Association and …
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question Bandit : oral piercings and infections ?
I’ve heard that oral piercings get infected easier than normal because their moth is dirty, but I’ve also seen that there are infected easily because his mouth is constantly producing new saliva. Which is it? They are also piercings WEB insurance language Best answer:
Reply by dentalhyg
If you think about it, the body will see the piercing as something outside-or something that should not be there. Firstly, the perforations can damage the oral periodontal tissue. Constant contact between jewelry and gums and teeth structure can cause the recession, chipped teeth, nerve damage and constant inflammation. The mouth itself is not “dirty”, but home to millions of tiny organisms that do have the potential to cause infection. The fact that our salivary glands produce saliva, this does not mean that pathogenic microorganisms may / may not be presentes.Una infection can be fatal if not treated in time, so if you do opt for an oral piercing should MAINTAN recare own office visits dentistas.Según of the American Dental Association, “oral piercing carries a potential risk of endocarditis, an inflammation of the heart valves or tissues. Bacteria can enter the bloodstream through drilling area in the mouth and travel to the heart, which can colonize the heart abnormalities. This is a risk for people with heart disease and., in the worst cases results in death ”
Question by loveelyn: do you know of any dentists in oakland county mich.that donate their services?
dentists that donate services for low income seniors
Answer by Glenn M
Check out the Oakland County Health Dental Program at the link below. If that doesn’t help, there are other programs also listed on the page. For others reading this:
Many dentists contribute materials and/or services, but the list can change at any time. To find out what is available in your area, call your
1. Call several local dentists, explain the problem, and ask if they know where you might go.
2. If you are looking for dentures, call several dental labs, explain the problem, and ask where you might go.
3. Check with your local health department. Ask for a social worker, explain the problem and ask for any referrals, or any free or low-cost clinics.
4. Check with your local pastor, rabbi or spiritual advisor.
5. Check with ocal nursing/retirement homes for referrals.
Hope this helps to keep you smiling.
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