VERY few things affect 85 percent of our population, states Danbury CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD. That means that 8.5 people out of ten in a room, have this condition. Can you imagine those odds in the winning numbers for the lottery, or the chances of living to 100 years old, or your chances of winning a trip to Hawaii, asks Jay M. Marks, DMD. Well, if this is true, then if the odds are positive, then that is great. If the odds are for something negative, then these odds are bad! So what could the condition in this article be, such that 8.5 people out of ten reading this post HAVE it??????
The first thing most people look at in another person, is their smile, states Danbury CT dentist, Jay M. Marks, DMD. The most important part of a smile are our teeth. We don't really think about what our teeth can tell us. We all know that teeth can tell us if someone drinks to much coffee or wine, or if you open bottles with your teeth, or if we brush our teeth. These things are obvious. But did you ever think about your teeth having a gender, asks Jay M. Marks DMD? Is this possible, after all, we are only talking about teeth, those pearly whites. Can you tell the Gender of teeth?..............
No matter what your faith is, or even if you have no faith, there are many reasons to travel to, or even relocate to the Holy Land. Seeing history, or the beauty of the geography, or the origins of the major religions. But can one reason be to not to have to worry about brushing or flossing your teeth anymore, asks Dr. Marks?
The Strongest Natural Substance Known to Man- a surprise, revealed by Danbury CT dentist, Jay M. Marks, DMD
There is a natural material that proves to be the strongest ever recorded for biological materials. This material is stronger than the previous strongest natural material, which was spider silk, and the strongest man made fibers. It can be used to replace Kevlar, which saves lives in body armor. I could even be used in dental fillings, explained Jay M. Marks, DMD.
WHAT could this possibley be? ............... FINISH -->
What can remove One Hundred Million bacteria from your mouth in 10 minutes, explains Danbury CT dentist, Jay M. Marks, DMD
Our mouths are the dirtiest parts of our bodies, claims Danbury CT dentist, Jay M. Marks, DMD. Our bodies contain billions of bacteria, which help in digestion, keeping other bacteria in control, and other bodily functions. Our mouths contain these "dirty bugs" for many reasons, but they can cause bad breath, gum disease, tooth decay, ulcers etc. So it is important to keep these bugs in check, that is why we brush and floss our teeth. BUT, what can remove one hundred million of them in just TEN minutes, asks Dr. Marks?
You might be surprised to find out that your dentist does not have to join their local, or state society- both of which are components of the American Dental Association, states Dr. Marks. Whether you dentist earns his degree as a DMD, or DDS, the training in United States schools is the same. The training includes restorative dentistry (fillings), endodontics (root canals),periodontics (gum diseases), oral surgery (extractions and implants), orthodontics (tooth straightening), oral pathology (diseases in the mouth), radiology (x rays), pedodontics (children's dentistry), and prosthodontics (dentures, crowns, bridges).
So if the training is the same, why join the Associations, asks Dr. Marks.......... FINISH -->
There would be no Social Media today without the dentist below, claims Danbury CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD
One of the dentists in the accompanying picture, has changed our lives forever, and is responsible for Social Media, says Dr. Marks. Without him, our lives would no doubt be much more isolated and boring. Dr. Marks asks how is this possible, and who is the mysterious dentist we are referring to, and what exactly did he do.
We are exposed daily to a DANGEROUS chemical which is all around us, AND WE CAN'T AVOID IT, claims Danbury CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD
We all know about the toxic effects of Ozone, carbon monoxide, mercury, and a plethora of other chemicals, states Jay M. Marks, DMD. These chemicals are common on earth these days, and our exposure to them can be very detrimental. It is within our powers to either eliminate them or to avoid them in order to not be affected by their dangers. However there is one chemical that we CAN NOT avoid, and is with us and used by us every day! It invades our mouth and affects not only our bodies, but our teeth , and gums, and all our oral tissues. Dr. Marks says it can effect the progress of cavity formation, and gum disease, as well as oral cancer. What is it, and where is it found, and what actions does it cause? FINISH--->
IMPLANTS- if they are good enough for Pam Andersson, are they good for you?, asks Danbury, CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD
There are times where by accident, or lack of proper care, that one may need help to replace a body part that we were born with, states Danbury, CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD. There are other times, that for social reasons, or mental health well being, or by the request of a special partner, that we may consider means to enhance what we do already have. So what possibly could a dentist be talking about here, asks Dr. Marks FINISH --->
Lets say that due to an accident while roller blading, you knock out a tooth. Or due to dental decay, a tooth must be taken out. Or due to periodontal disease, a tooth fell out. You would want to replace that messing tooth. There are options, such as a bridge, or a denture, or an Implant. Which option is most like your original tooth.
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If you are walking, and kicking, and breathing, and sleeping, and eating, then you are alive. If you are alive, then you've paid taxes, burped, and have had a tooth ache, claims Danbury CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD. Mouth pain can be caused by a bad tooth with decay, or a broken tooth, or a loose tooth caused by gum disease (Periodontitis), or by a tooth abscess. Our bodies have a mechanism that tell us that something is wrong and that we should do something about it. That mechanism is called PAIN. The most common way to relieve that pain is to take some aspirin. Dr. Marks asks how an aspirin can make us feel better. Any guesses..... FINISH-->