The Information about Dental Engine

The very first engine to power a dentist’s drill was a pedal-operated spinning wheel introduced at the end of the 18th century, reportedly by American President George Washington’s dentist, John Greenwood. This was the extent of the dental engine’s technology until the dawn of electricity another century later. By that time, a reclining portable dental […]

The Concerns of Dental Air Compressor

The dental compressor is most likely not your main concern when going to the dentist for your yearly check. But studies have shown that the air that your dentist uses to blow dry your teeth isn’t always very healthy for you. Nowadays, a whole range of oil-free compressors is available on the market. Oil-free compressors […]

Dental Curing Light is Commonly Found in Dentistry

According to the American Dental Association, nearly 150 million resin-based restorations and sealants are placed every year. Almost all of these use light-cured resin-based composites. Thus, a light-curing device is now commonly found in dental practices across the country. Some assume that a “point and shoot” technique is sufficient. However, in order to achieve optimal […]

What’s the Benefit of Dental Implant

A dental implant is a high-tech replacement tooth that mimics the whole tooth structure. A titanium “root” is snugly inserted into the bone and is used to support a crown, bridge or denture. It looks, feels and acts like a real tooth and can last a lifetime if properly cared for. Dental implant technology has […]

How to Use Dental Curing Lights Effectively

A curing light is a light which is designed to rapidly cure a resin. Dental curing lights are used primarily in the dental industry, where they are used in fillings, sealants, and adhesives for various dental procedures. Other versions of the curing light can be seen in use in manufacturing, where rapid and even curing […]

Different Types of Compressor Filter

Dental compressors are devices that draw atmospheric air into a compression head where it is pressurized and stored in a tank or reservoir for later use. Common uses of the compressed air include driving pneumatic tools, spray painting, or sand blasting. Unfortunately, compressors draw all contaminants present in the air into the system as well. […]

How to Fix Your Broken Teeth

A broken tooth is not like a flat tire or a lost button; you can’t just change it or sew on a new one.  A dentist will most likely suggest several immediate steps that can be done to prevent further harm to the broken tooth. Until he or she conducts a full examination, the dentist […]