By Gordon J. Christensen DDS MSD PhD ScD
Written particularly for the dental sufferer, this source offers useful information regarding dental future health and cures. Readers can entry easy-to-understand information regarding recommendations to their dental difficulties and approximately easy methods to continue a fit smile for all times.
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The following types of plans provide to you nearly all of the dollars that your company designated for you, and you actually have a choice as to what services you receive and to which dentist you may go for treatment. INDEMNITY DENTAL INSURANCE PLANS Because of their funding for dental services over many years, these plans are the ones responsible for the major increase in access to dental care by the American public over the past several decades. These plans have provided reasonable reimbursement for dental services, based on community-level fees.
It is estimated that about 70% of the population is capable of using hypnosis for pain control. Another 20% can be somewhat hypnotized, and 10% have personalities that do not allow successful pain control through the use of hypnosis. Why would hypnosis be used for pain control? Many people cannot take medications because of various physical conditions or allergies. These people are in need of nonchemical anesthesia. Others have such fear of health practitioners that they cannot tolerate the delivery of anesthetics using needles.
Some mi- FIG. 13 Removal of all teeth is not common today. However, adequate artiﬁcial dentitions are available for such cases. nor malformations may be corrected by orthodontic therapy. The alternatives are: A. Orthodontic treatment (p. 107) B. Orthognathic surgery (p. 95) C. Placing veneers (p. 55) D. Placing crowns (caps) (p. 146) 13. Teeth Not Present (FIG. 13). If all of the natural teeth have been removed, the result is highly signiﬁcant both functionally and esthetically. Current alternatives are: A.
A Consumer's Guide to Dentistry by Gordon J. Christensen DDS MSD PhD ScD