Dentistry has come a long way, and so has advertising for dental products. Here are vintage dentistry ads that we love! Vintage Toothache ad - 1885 Vintage Dental ad - 1905 Vintage Colgate ad - year unknown Vintage Colgate ad - year unknown Vintage Normal Rockwell ad for Crest Toothpaste - year unknown Vintage Toothbrush
Faces are one of the most recognizable things from the day we are born. Babies begin smiling as early as the womb but usually begin “social smiling” at around the age of two months. 1. Smiles convey confidence. Confidence generates success. Therefore, smiling people are often more successful people than those who tend to frown.
Getting a dental implant isn’t a one-time event like many other dental surgeries. It requires time, patience, and commitment to getting a permanent fixture placed in your body. 1. First, you and your dentist should consider whether or not you are a candidate for an implant. You should have healthy gums and also be in
Do you or your child have anxiety about going to the dentist? There are sedation options that will help calm the nerves of those that are often scared to visit the dentist. Not everyone needs IV sedation at the dentist. Sedation dentistry is often give to those with a fear of the dentist, a low