Archive: January, 2014

Young Dental Special Cases Miriyala

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An integral part of our education is concerned with the medical and dental health of the special patient. People with significant medical, physical, or mental disabilities often present challenges to dentisrs. Our training allows us to address their special needs and provide the best care possible.... Read More
January 27, 2014Dr. Miriyala
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Regular Dental Visits

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Content provided from the AAPD, a not-for-profit membership association representing the specialty of pediatric dentistry. The AAPD's 7,500 members are primary oral health care providers who offer comprehensive specialty treatment for millions of infants, children, adolescents, and individuals with ... Read More
January 10, 2014Dr. Miriyala
Adolescents dental care

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Jan2014
Adolescents have special needs. Appearance and self-image are very important to them. Decayed or poorly positioned teeth or jaws might make them more self-conscious. Teens also tend to eat frequently, and unhealthy snack foods tend to become a major part of their regular diet. ... Read More
January 10, 2014Dr. Miriyala
first dental visit

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Getting an early start in regular dental care is an important step on the road to teaching your child healthy lifetime habits. We want to share with you the latest available methods for keeping your child healthy and safe.. The first dental visit should occur shortly ... Read More
January 10, 2014Dr. Miriyala
Caries teeth decay

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Jan2014

Preventing Tooth Decay

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Four things are necessary for cavities to form: 1) a tooth; 2) bacteria; 3) sugars or other carbohydrates; 4) time. We can share with you how to make teeth strong, keep bacteria from organizing into harmful colonies, develop healthy eating habits, and understand the role time ... Read More
January 10, 2014Dr. Miriyala
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The Pediatric Dentist

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Pediatric dentistry is the specialty of dentistry that focuses on the oral health of young people. After completing a four-year dental school curriculum, two to three additional years of rigorous training are required to become a pediatric dentist. This specialized program of study and hands-on experience ... Read More
January 10, 2014Dr. Miriyala
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January 9, 2014Dr. Miriyala