Coca Cola and Teeth...

By now, I think everyone has heard that Coca-Cola will dissolve your teeth, nails, remove rust, and it is so acidic  that people use it to clean toilets...LOL

I like to hear some dentist comments on this...how bad is it really?

Well here is what Coca-Cola has to say about it:

Source: http://www.thecoca-colacompany.com/index.html

IU dental school disciplines 46 on cheating charges

Who would have ever thought, that by this day and age with all the high technology that's out there Dental students will try cheating?

But, I guess one password leak and that would do...

Don't you smart dental students think that repeated usage of the same password would turn on a red light?

Now, I see why some dentists mess up your teeth more when you go in for a treatment  and then just worry about charging you insurance.

Krazy glue, great for dentures...

By: DR. JERRY GORDON
Krazy glue, great for dentures, helps stop bleeding

After more than six decades, this super sticky substance has found a new role in the treatment of dental patients.

Krazy glue is a convenient product that can temporarily repair broken dentures, help stop bleeding after dental surgery, and I’ve heard it also has hundreds of other every day uses. The active ingredient in Krazy glue (also Super glue) is a chemical called cyanoacrylate. Cyanoacrylate was discovered by Dr. Harry Coover while working for Kodak Research Laboratories to develop an optically clear plastic for gunsights in 1942. After more than six decades, this super sticky substance has found a new role in the treatment of dental patients.

Tooth Whitening

The craze of tooth whitening, that's been going around and is getting more popular and more people gain interest in, as smokers and coffee drinkers don't want their habits to reflect their smiles.

So there are gels, the stripes, the gel with light, zoom, etc. etc.

An article on MSN Health & Fitness, breaks down the Tips & Tricks to whiter smiles.

 

the Article is below and here is the link to it: http://health.msn.com/centers/oralhealth/articlepage.aspx?cp-documentid=100124848&GT1=8921

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