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Topic: Dental procedures
Modern techniques mean that dental and oral health treatment is almost always painless.
The metal alloy in modern dental amalgam fillings has a low mercury content.
A dental sealant is a coating that is applied onto the back permanent teeth to prevent tooth decay.
Discoloured, chipped or missing teeth can affect self-confidence but cosmetic dentistry techniques can help.
Gapped front teeth in the upper jaw close by themselves in many cases
Orthodontics involves the use of a range of corrective devices, such as braces and plates, to encourage the teeth to align properly.
Root canal treatment is a dental procedure to replace a tooth's damaged or dead pulp with synthetic filling.
Common problems associated with impacted wisdom teeth include gum infections and tooth decay.