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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

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Friday, October 27, 2017

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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

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Friday, June 23, 2017

Microdermabrasion Treatment for Facial Rejuvenation

Prestigious board guaranteed facial plastic specialist, Dr. Portuese, situated in Seattle WA is a perceived master in facelift surgery. Men and ladies from all through the Seattle Washington region , search out Dr. Portuese expertise in performing alluring, yet absolutely common looking cosmetic touch up surgery.

A facelift can help eradicate many indications of maturing around the face and neck zone and enhmance your appearance for a more energetic look. The methodology can help to:

Take care of the midface district
Take care of free skin around the cheeks
Enhance any loss of muscle tone under the jaw
Dispose of overabundance greasy stores under the button (twofold jaw)
Enhance the presence of barely recognizable differences and wrinkles around the eyes
Take care of the skin close to the temple and eyebrows
Rhytidectomy is a genuinely broad system, however one that can take quite a while off your appearance.
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Dr. Portuese has quite a long while of involvement in playing out this system and offers a modified way to deal with ensure you get characteristic looking outcomes. Dr. Portuese can supplement your methodology with fat exchange, laser reemerging, and delicate tissue expansion to improve comes about and additionally take care of the skin.

The facelift is a moderately broad method and requires a long time of recuperating time. It is most reasonable for the individuals who need to significantly enhance their appearance by taking care of the skin and disposing of overabundance greasy tissue around the button line and upper facial ranges. Most patients encounter a lot of swelling promptly after surgery, and the entry points commonly require between 4-6 months to recuperate totally.

Dr. Portuese will clarify the greater part of the subtle elements of your facial surgery amid your interview and answer any inquiries you may have about the method. Since Dr. Portuese uses a redid, customized approach for facelifts, you can anticipate an etched, characteristic and appealing appearance. Contact Dr. Portuese about a facelift in Seattle WA to mastermind your customized counsel.

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Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Apicoectomy Procedure

It is a dental procedure which involves partial removal of a tooth's root through a cut in the gum which replaced with a filling. An Apicoectomy procedure is used to deal with infections which oppose root canal treatment. It is also used in lieu of a root canal, if required. This procedure is performed by dental experts or Endodontists who deal with root problems. Apicoectomies can also be performed by a dental surgeon. This procedure is mainly designed to treat the tip of the root, so that the tooth cannot resist root treatments.

Before performing apicoectomy, x-rays are required to understand the current situation inside the jaw. A dentist will review everything and discuss the option of apicoectomy with the patient. The main benefit of this procedure is that it uproots the infection by eliminating it completely, which is a good option to get rid of oral pain, and future dental visits. The filling used in root is required to protect it from any kind of infection; usually, an infection can occur through bacterial saliva, after the process. So filling the root with dental amalgam is the way to prevent any further infection.

This procedure takes no more than 60 minutes. The apicoectomy is performed by a dentist who is experienced and has received extra training in dental surgery treatment. Oral surgeons and Endodontists both receive dental surgery treatment training after qualifying as a dental practitioner, to learn about different aspects of oral surgery and root specific issues. If your local dentists suggest that apicoectomy is a good option for you, you will be referred to an oral surgeon or an endodontist for further treatment.

Recovery Instructions
Numerous patients experience dental discomfort after having an apicoectomy. To solve these problems, pain killers are provided along with the recovery instructions to prevent disease and for the comfort of the patient. Soaks with salt water and special flushes, or antibacterial oral solutions may be recommended by the dentist. Your dentist might restrict dietary products and suggest you to maintain good oral hygiene. Junk and hot food can also be restricted for better recovery.

Bottom Line
Sometimes, small stitches are required to shut the apicoectomy site. No matter what is required by a dental expert, you should visit the dentist after the procedure for effective healing. In follow up appointment, assessments are done to check the progress, which involves taking x-rays. If you don't want this procedure, you could ask for alternatives; however, it is the best dental treatment to uproot the infection.

Saturday, September 17, 2016

I Need a Root Canal: What Do I Expect? | Tulsa Dentist

You've been dealing with a nasty toothache for a while now. The pain is becoming excruciating so you finally suck it up and make a dental appointment. Sadly, you need to have a root canal. Great. But, what exactly is that going to entail? Do you need a driver? Is it going to be painful? Why did this happen in the first place? Well, a root canal will require one or more office visits, depending on the severity of the case. It will either be performed by a dentist or endodontist. We all know what a dentist is, but an endodontist is a dentist who specializes in the diseases and injuries of the human dental pulp or the nerve of the tooth. The choice of which type of dentist to use depends to some degree on the difficulty of the root canal procedure needed in your particular tooth and the general dentist's comfort level in working on your tooth. After a brief consultation, your dentist will be better able to tell who might be best suited to perform the work in your particular case.

At your appointment, you will take an X-ray to see the shape of the root canals and determine if there are any signs of infection in a surrounding bone. Once everything is ready for surgery, your dentist or endodontist will then use local anesthesia to numb the area near the tooth. Anesthesia may not be necessary, since the nerve is dead, but most dentists still anesthetize the area to make the patient more relaxed and at ease. The anesthesia used will determine whether or not you will need to bring someone with you to drive you home.

Next, to keep the area dry and free of saliva during treatment, your dentist will place a rubber dam (a sheet of rubber) around the tooth. Once your mouth is prepared, an access hole will then be drilled into the tooth. The pulp along with bacteria, all of the decayed nerve tissue and other debris is then removed from the tooth using root canal files. A series of these files of increasing diameter are each subsequently placed into the access hole and worked the full length of the tooth to scrape and scrub the sides of the root canals. Water or sodium hypochlorite is used periodically to flush away the debris.

Once the tooth is thoroughly cleaned, it is sealed, which may take up to a week, depending on the doctor. If there is an infection, your dentist may put a medication inside the tooth to clear it up. Others may choose to seal the tooth the same day. If the root canal is not completed on the same day, a temporary filling is placed in the exterior hole in the tooth to keep out contaminants like saliva and food between appointments.

At the next appointment, to fill the interior of the tooth, a sealer paste and a rubber compound called gutta percha is placed into the tooth's root canal. To fill the exterior access hole created at the beginning of treatment, a filling is placed. Once filled, you may have a tooth restoration procedure, but that's it. You're done and no more toothache. Because a tooth that needs a root canal often is one that has a large filling or extensive decay or other weakness, a crown, crown and post, or other restoration often needs to be placed on the tooth to protect it, prevent it from breaking, and restore it to full function. Your dentist will discuss the need for any additional dental work with you. Pain will be involved, but you are already in pain. This pain will eventually go away and your tooth will be good as new.

If you think you may need a root canal, contact Casler Dental Group at 918-376-0549 to schedule a consultation today. Or visit for additional information.

Casler Dental Group proudly serves Tulsa and the surrounding areas.

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Dr William Portuese Discusses Facial Balance

Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon discusses trends in facial plastic surgery in regards to chin implant combined with a rhinoplasty.

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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

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Saturday, August 6, 2016

The Pros and Cons of Chewing Gum | Tulsa Dentist

Ever since we were old enough to have candy, we have been more than delighted by the offer of a stick of gum. As kids, it was a sweet treat to chew on as we challenged each other to blow the biggest bubbles. As adults, we pop in a stick when we have a hot date and want fresh breath. But regardless of our ages, chewing gum has been a go-to candy staple we've loved as far back as the Neolithic period. Yes, the actual Neolithic period! It isn't exactly what we now know as chewing gum. Originally, it was made from trees and thought to have medicinal benefits. Today, chewing gum is more of a confection than it is a medicine. So is it still good for us? While sugar is never going to be considered an all-around good thing for us, you'd be surprised just how good gum actually is.

Of all of the reasons we decide to chew a stick of gum, fresh breath is one of the main ones. Something that may surprise you is the fact that lots of gum contains natural oils that fight bad breath causing germs, instead of just covering them up. Some of the best odor-fighting flavors are cinnamon, citrus and any minty flavor you can get your hands on. But beyond the fresh burst of flavor, chewing gum also perpetuates saliva production. Saliva helps fight against dry mouth and the odors created as it helps clean your teeth and stave off sugary snacks in between meals, thus further combatting bad breath.

While there is lots of sugary gum is available on the market, there have also been advances in chewing gum production that can help PREVENT cavities and promote other health benefits than the more cavity-inducing versions. The substitution of Xylitol for sugar has not only reduced cavity production, but it also attacks micro-organisms that damage teeth so our teeth can re-mineralize faster. Add calcium lactate to the mix and now Xylitol has help in the re-mineralization of our tooth enamel.

If you want to go even further with the health benefits of chewing gum, doctors have also used chewing gum to help patients with their cognitive brain functions, gastroesophageal reflux disease, and even abdominal or gastrointestinal surgery recovery time. So not only is gum good for your oral health, it can also help out lots of other issues!

Of course, what goes up must come down and chewing gum is no different. But I will say that the down sides of it aren't quite as harsh as you may think. Yes, chewing sugary gum is bad for you and will give you cavities and other issues with your teeth if you don't take care of them. Yes, some artificial sweeteners they swap out to make sugar-free gum (like aspartame) aren't great for us either. They can cause diseases we would never even link with chewing gum. And yes, you can also develop issues with your jaw from chewing it so much. But these are all issues of excessive use. To deflect these issues, don't make chewing gum an obsession. Just look at what happened to Violet Beauregarde in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory… for more information on how to take care of your teeth contact Rahill & Simon DDS Modern Dentistry in OKC

Saturday, July 9, 2016

Headaches and How They Affect Toothaches | Tulsa Dentist

It never seems to fail…you are just about to indulge in your favorite food when all of a sudden, you have a shooting pain in your mouth. That food has now forever been tainted. It seems you've gotten yourself a whopper of a toothache and it's time to visit the dentist.

How did we end up in this kind of pain? A toothache is one of the most jarring pains we have and it seems like we never know we're about to have one when it sneaks up on you. There are actually lots of different ways a toothache can occur. It can be as simple as a cracked tooth, cavities or exposed roots from not taking care of our teeth like we should. But it can also be something more serious, like your ears or sinuses causing the issue.

When it comes to pain, each one of us has a different degree pain tolerance. Some of us can work through a headache, while others are taken out at the first signs of one developing. Denying yourself a solution to your frequent headaches is only delaying the inevitable, and possibly making your situation worse. If your headaches persist, you need to figure out what is causing these frequent migraines or they will only continue to worsen. Similarly, headaches and toothaches are detected by the same trigeminal nerve in your head, which means one can be the cause of the other without being aware that is the case. Unfortunately, there is no real way to dissect the problem without the help of your dental professional.

There are, however, ways for you to give yourself some temporary relief while you are waiting to see the dentist. Of course there are always over-the-counter remedies, like Ibuprofen or pain relieving gels, but there are also some natural ways to help ease your pain. Try chewing on a piece of garlic for a while every day. In addition to being a pain reliever, it is also a way to strengthen your teeth. The soothing heat and salt combination your mouth gets from gargling with hot saltwater for a few minutes also help relieve a toothache. Vitamin C from citrus juice also does a great job with pain relief. If it's sinuses or another infection causing the pain, take a day to relax. Lots of water and sleep in a dark room will do wonders to help your aches and pains.

In the end, it is important to pay attention to the signals your body gives you when something is wrong. Ignoring the pain will only lead to more problems, so make an appointment to see your dentist as soon as you find headaches or toothaches are persistent. The technological advancements in dentistry makes dental procedures easily accessible, convenient and virtually painless. The best solution is to take care of your teeth. Good oral hygiene is the best line of defense.

If you're having tooth pain and would like to find out how to sooth them, contact Gary Alhadef DDS

Friday, June 17, 2016

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