Brushing Teeth Since 1940s? Dentistry and modern science has not been able to find a cure for the occurrence of gum disease or tooth decay. Tooth decay is the most common disease facing

Brushing Zero Times A Day? The toothbrush is a modern invention. Americans didn’t develop the daily habit of using a brush to clean their teeth until the 1940s. You have been told to

Mouth Guards To Prevent Sports Injuries Football and soccer seasons are upon us, and children often suffer injuries to their mouths and teeth. We need to prevent injuries to oral tissues, the breaking

Dentistry and modern science have not been able to find a cure for or prevent tooth decay. Tooth decay (caries) is the most common disease in man, found in millions of people. Microdentistry

Toothpaste Changes After 118 Years In upcoming months, I will answer questions on high technology dentistry. Please direct inquiries to my website at www.cranska.com or email familylaserdentistry@outlook.com with your questions. Toothpaste in a

Modern technology has increased a dentist’s choices with added materials to fill decayed, worn or broken teeth. Tooth colored composite resins have been in use and improving for the past 60 years. With

Q: I have been going to the dentist since I was a child. I’m amazed at the changes in dentistry, the dental office and equipment over the last 50 years. What are the

Dentistry and modern science developed local anesthetic (cocaine) in 1884. This has allowed dental and medical procedures to be performed in a painless way. The injectable anesthetic, Novocaine (procaine) was invented in 1905

Preventing tooth decay by protecting the biting surfaces of new teeth erupting in the mouth is the role of dental sealants. Sealants have been in use since the 1970s. Products and application technique

What If I Don’t Have The Root Canal Done?   A root canal (Endodontic Therapy) is a dental procedure to remove the soft pulp tissue inside the center of a tooth, leaving the