Month: July 2020

List of Diabetes, Type 2 Medications (161 Compared)

Type 2 diabetes is the most common type of diabetes and is characterized by high levels of glucose (sugar) in the blood. Although some symptoms may be similar, it is a different condition to type 1 diabetes.

Unlike people with type 1 diabetes, most people with type 2 diabetes still produce insulin. However, it is either not enough to deal with all the glucose that is in their blood or their cells are unable to recognize the insulin and use it properly (this is called insulin resistance).

Type 2 diabetes usually affects people who are middle-aged or older, and obesity is by far the biggest risk factor. In the past two decades, the condition has become more prevalent in younger people, including children, mainly because of the rising rates of obesity in children. People who do little exercise or of certain ethnicities (such as Native Americans, African-Americans, and Hispanics) are

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Should I go to the dentist during coronavirus?

Dental practices are adapting how they work in and around a patient’s mouth to account for this complicated reality. Dentists are screening patients for symptoms, limiting the number of appointments in a day, implementing stringent sanitation protocols and wearing more protective equipment to guard against the respiratory disease.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization suggest that respiratory droplets expelled when an infected person coughs, sneezes, talks or breathes are the primary way the virus spreads. But the CDC reports there’s “no data available to assess the risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission during dental practice.”

The Washington Post has been fielding thousands of reader questions about life during the coronavirus pandemic and many have asked whether they should go to upcoming dentist appointments. Dentists and public-health experts are concerned that Americans are putting off routine cleanings, which could compound health issues in the months or years

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AppleWhite Dental Partners

Sioux Falls, SD



$225,000 – $250,000 a year

  • We are in need of a second full-time dentist to replace our retiring doctor.
  • We are offering a generous sign-on bonus and high income potential.


Sioux Falls Smiles

Sioux Falls, SD 57105



$150,000 – $180,000 a year

  • Modern practice with 10 operatories.
  • Fully digital with CBCT on site.
  • We offer 401k with 4% matching after 12 months and you can participate in our health care…


Integrated Dental

Greeley, CO 80634



$100,000 – $110,000 a year

We are a growing private practice dental office and are looking for our 2nd associate dentist that enjoys all aspects of dentistry. We do most procedures in…


Cornerstone Dental Specialties

Nashville, TN



$200,000 – $300,000 a year

  • We are looking for an experienced surgical General Dentist, 5+ years.
  • Preferably with heavy training and experience
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Dentist – Career Rankings, Salary, Reviews and Advice

Dentists identify and treat problems concerning a patient’s mouth, gums and teeth. Their duties include extracting teeth, fitting dentures and filling cavities. Some choose to specialize in areas that range from treating serious oral problems and diseases to straightening teeth and performing oral surgeries. They are assisted by dental hygienists, who complete a patient’s teeth cleaning, and by dental assistants, who usually help with record keeping and instrument sterilization.

Many people dread the dentist. When they open wide, they’re afraid what the dentist will find. Yet another cavity? Or even worse – will it be time for a root canal? Will the dentist embarrass them about their flossing frequency or their coffee drinking? Will they push procedures that patients don’t want?

According to Ada S. Cooper, a consumer adviser for the American Dental Association and dentist with a private practice in New York City, these concerns are why establishing trust

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Cosmetic dentistry – Wikipedia

Cosmetic dentistry is generally used to refer to any dental work that improves the appearance (though not necessarily the functionality) of teeth, gums and/or bite. It primarily focuses on improvement in dental aesthetics in color, position, shape, size, alignment and overall smile appearance.[1] Many dentists refer to themselves as “cosmetic dentists” regardless of their specific education, specialty, training, and experience in this field. This has been considered unethical with a predominant objective of marketing to patients.[2] The American Dental Association does not recognize cosmetic dentistry as a formal specialty area of dentistry.[3] However, there are still dentists that promote themselves as cosmetic dentists.

There are primarily two dental specialties that predominantly focus on dental esthetics. They are:

  1. Prosthodontics[4] and
  2. Orthodontics
  3. Conservative & Endodontics in reference with sturdevant operative dentistry

Common cosmetic dentistry options[edit]

Types[edit]

Cosmetic dentistry may involve:

  1. the addition
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Plexiglass, more mouthwash and a lot of questions. What to expect when you go back to the dentist

The idea of having someone poke around your mouth might be panic-inducing when we now know that COVID-19 spreads through droplets in the air, but dental offices in Ontario have been allowed to see patients again since June 1.

I myself went to see my dentist over the weekend after my appointment to get a filling was delayed for three months (I also had to fix an exposed nerve at the back of my mouth that made flossing and eating not fun at all). As someone who still isn’t ready to dine at a patio, let along dine inside a restaurant whenever Toronto moves into Phase 3, I actually felt quite safe the whole time I was there — mouth agape and all.

Dentists’ guidelines for infection control were updated as recently as three years ago, “so we already had strict protocols in place,” says Dr. Lesli Hapak, president of

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Green Dental of Alexandria, VA, Recognized as a 2020 Top Patient Rated Alexandria Dentist by Find Local Doctors

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We are so honored to receive this award. We truly value our patients and always strive to provide the best in dental care, says Dr. Hye Park

Green Dental of Alexandria is located at 1725 Duke St., Suite GR03, in Alexandria, Virginia. Led by Dr. Hye Park, this thriving dental clinic offers a range of services to address every aspect of a patient’s smile. Based on numerous excellent reviews and patient ratings, Find Local Doctors has awarded Green Dental of Alexandria the designation of 2020 Top Patient Rated Dentist. Find Local Doctors connects consumers to top-notch physicians and dentists in their area. This distinguished recognition is strictly based on dentist reviews received from actual patients. A common theme in the numerous positive reviews of this practice is the high level of personalized and courteous care that patients received.

Dr. Park and

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Nogales AZ Dentist, Family & Cosmetic Dentists

Nogales dentist Dr. Bill Ardito’s primary purpose is to produce the highest quality, comprehensive dental care to every patient. Here at Sunshine Dentistry AZ we practice conservative dentistry, and always strive to preserve as much natural tooth whenever possible. We take the time to earn a patient’s trust and understand their fears, needs and desires. Our practice enjoys an 84% referral rate for a reason: we love our patients, we practice excellent dentistry and we treat each patient with care & respect. Our mission is to make sure our patients feel like a valued individual to our practice. Sunshine Dentistry AZ is unique because we are people driven, not procedure driven.

Dr. Ardito is a general and cosmetic dentist and we welcome your entire family to join us in taking great care of your oral health. Cosmetic services range from teeth whitening to porcelain veneers and clear, short-term braces. In

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