The Different Types of Dentists’ Dental Services

Dentistry is a very wide and broad branch of medicine. It involves a series of studies, diagnosis and treatments about dental-related issues. In connection to this, dentistry is properly manned by dental practitioners called as dentists. Dentists are dental surgeons that specialize in treating and diagnosing all kinds of oral diseases. Most of these dental surgeons are running with dental assistants, dental hygienists, dental technicians and dental therapists to properly maintain the aesthetics and wellness of the person’s teeth. Essentially, dentists work with a myriad of dental care services and these are:

1. Bridging – is a dental restoration method that is performed by professional dentists. Bridging is actually used to replace a missing tooth that is why it is also clinically called as the fixed partial denture.

2. Dental Implants and Dentures – is a type of dental service that is performed by a dental practitioner called periodontist. Dental implants are composed of artificial tooth that is affixed directly to the person’s jaw. Unlike dentures, implants are fixed and can no longer be removed. On the other hand, dentures are also artificial set of teeth to replace a natural one. They are made from metal or plastic.

3. Invisalign – is a renowned Orthodontic treatment that utilizes 3D imagining technology. They are clear aligners that can be used by adults, teens and even kids. In most cases, invisalign teeth aligners are used as an alternative for traditional dental braces.

4. Crowns – are a type of dental service that is used to restore the patient’s teeth due to tooth decay. They are directly fitted on the remaining part of the tooth so as to make it much stronger as well as creating a perfect shape just like a natural tooth. A good¬†emergency dentist¬†can do this for you.

5. Oral Prophylaxis – this type of dental service involves tooth polishing and scaling. Moreover, this method is also utilized by most dental practitioners in order to remove tartar particularly to hard-reached areas of the mouth that even dental flossing and brushing can’t even remove.

6. Orthodontics – are a kind of dental treatment that can improve the oral health and smile of a person. Problems like crowded teeth, incorrect jaw positions and jaw joint disorders can be professionally catered through this treatment.

7. Fillings – is used by dentist to cover holes in a tooth that is caused by tooth decay. Amalgam is one of the filling types carried out by a dentist; it is composed of various kinds of metals including zinc, tin, mercury, silver and copper.

8. Root Canal Treatment – or also known as endodontics, is a dental treatment that focuses on the center of the tooth. Essentially, this method is performed to remove all the infections exist in the root canal system.

9. Braces – are also a type of Orthodontic treatment that can enhance the aesthetics of the teeth. These are greatly made from ceramic or plastic and metal. Factually, braces are removable thus it can properly clean and can be taken out.

10. Teeth Whitening – is dental service that uses bleaching so as to provide a person a much whiter tooth. One of the most common teeth whitening procedures today is the power whitening or laser whitening.

The dental services mentioned above are just some of the most sought-after services performed by dentists today. In order to know the appropriate dental service for you, see your personal dentist right away.



Contrary to what you may believe based upon what you may have been told, a fever is not sickness, but healing!

A fever is the body’s attempt to heal itself using heat for purposes of elimination via perspiration. A fever uses the body’s skin and the function of perspiration to eliminate toxins from the body via the skin.

Medically speaking, a fever is elevation of body temperature. The natural human body temperature is 98.6 degrees. A body temperature over 100.4 is considered pathological, medically speaking.

We should welcome a fever with open arms! The problem most of us make is that when a fever is present we automatically assume something is wrong and run to the butcher’s office, oops, I mean “doctor’s office.”

And what does the good ole doctor give us? Answer: POISON (euphemistically called “drugs” or “medicine.”) And what does this poison (drug, medicine) do? Answer: STOPS THE FEVER! To stop a fever is to stop the healing.

You never want to interfere with or work against a fever. It is much wiser to work with a fever and not against it. To work against a fever is to unwisely work against Nature and the Body Intelligence. Working against Nature and the Body Intelligence is gradual suicide because to work against Nature and the Body Intelligence is to work against self which is clearly unwise.

Suppressing a fever means to keep the toxins in the body. Toxins do not belong in the body. This is why you have an eliminative system consisting of eliminative organs such as the colon, kidneys, lungs, and liver. The skin and female vagina also serve as eliminative channels, so the body will also use the skin and vagina for healing purposes (but folks will also mistake vaginal and skin healing crisis as disease and sickness too and run to the doctor for some poison to stop the healing via these organs).

You really don’t have to do anything when a fever is present except for get some rest and drink some water. Remember, your body (Body Intelligence) is in charge.

Most fevers bring with them a natural fasting period which is why the appetite usually disappears when a fever is on the scene.

You can work with a fever naturally when you have the right knowledge. You want to help a fever to break naturally, not stop it (though a fever needs no help in breaking). Basically, with the right knowledge you can expedite a fever.

Cool baths are ideal when fever is present. Always bathe in cool to lukewarm water. Add a box of sea salt as sea salt helps to dissolve negative energy (which is released when the body is cleansing).

You can add essential oils of Peppermint and/or Ginger to the bath to facilitate the fever. Whole Ginger root or tea bags of Ginger root can also be added to the bath. Ginger is the best thing you can use to facilitate a fever.

You can also take a warm to hot bath as well which will expedite the breaking of a fever due to the heat involved. It’s still a good idea to add Ginger root to the bath.

An ice pack or cold towel can be applied to the head during a fever.

Good herbs to take (in tea form) include Ginger root, Cayenne, Cinnamon, and Cloves. All of these herbs induce perspiration. They are also warming yet cooling herbs. They first warm you up before cooling you down.

When a fever is present, make sure to sleep with the window open so the natural cool breeze of the night can enter into the window and help cool you down.

Should you wear a lot of thick clothing to bed so as to help induce heat so as to break the fever? Answer: you can if you choose to. Or, you can let it break on its own. It’s really up to you as all methods help. Whether you naturally cool the body down or warm it up, you are working with the fever and not against it.

The worst thing a person can do for a fever is to take medication that will stop the fever. Stopping a fever only sets you up to have the fever return at a later time. A fever simply denotes healing and healing should never be put off or delayed nor should it be interfered with. A fever naturally breaks at 104 or 105 degrees if you don’t interfere with it by prematurely stopping it.

Metaphysically speaking, a fever denotes anger. Anger causes heat and heat is present during a fever; this is why the body temperature rises.

Therefore, learn to “chill” out and not “sweat” things that make you “boil” emotionally. Don’t let things in life get you “heated.” Like the title of a book says: ‘Don’t sweat the small things in life.” I might add, don’t even sweat the moderate size or big things either. At the end of the day, when you keep things positive, everything always work out for the good anyway. It all boils down to a choice and there’s a right choice and a wrong choice. That’s it! Just a CHOICE! Like what was said in the Jim Carey movie “The Number 23,” There’s no pre-ordained destiny or fate, only choices.

Choices means life is in your hands. While you may like to hand this over to a God figure (thanks to successful religious programming and indoctrination), the reality is, you create and make your own destiny and fate by way of the choices you make predicated upon the thoughts you think.

Responsible spiritually conscious and mature people know their lives are in their own hands and irresponsible and spiritually unconscious and immature people (a/k/a religious people, the common folk) believe their lives are exclusively in some God’s hand and that they have absolutely no say so or power over their lives. They believe their fate is sealed and there’s nothing that can be done about it.

Your life is what you make of it! Your thoughts, beliefs, emotions (feelings), and attitude (good or bad) shape and create your destiny, fate, and reality and this has always been the simple secret of the Universe and always will be.

Check out this study on Springer.