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Info Tidbit: When and where should you brush your teeth and can you skip it?

Added on 27.04.2021

Time to brush teeth
Certainly a question that many people have asked – especially the second part of it regarding skipping the annoying brushing and rinsing of the mouth. To get right to the point: one should never skip brushing one's teeth. More info on that in this blog post.
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Info Tidbit: How to clean your braces properly

Added on 06.03.2021

Dental braces
Are you wearing braces to get your teeth into the right positions? Did you and your dentist opt for so called removable retainers or for permanent braces (aka brackets)? Depending on which kind of braces you are wearing, you will have to clean them in slightly different ways. What applies in both cases, however, is that your retainer and braces, just like your teeth, always need to be kept clean to prevent any and all kinds of bacterial infections as well as the formation of dental plaques or dental calculus.
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DentalAce Review: Where should I shop for dental care products?

Added on 14.06.2020

Online shopping for dental care products
Everybody knows this: Proper dental care is only possible with the right utensils and dental care products. Therefore, we would like to provide you with a comprehensive overview of where you can get the right dental care tools in the following blog article. To make it simpler for you, we have segmented the places where you can shop for dental care products by mode – online or offline – as well as by price level – from basic to premium. Thus, we hope that, after you finish your read, you will know where to look for the Rolls Royce of toothbrushes and where to go when you are feeling thrifty.
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Dental laser therapy – The future of dental care

Added on 25.05.2020

Dental laser therapy
Nowadays, lasers are also used in dental medicine and, though there had been attempts already in the 1960s to include laser therapy in the repertoire of dentists, this treatment type only relatively recently (in the past 5-10 years) made it back into the spotlight and started gaining in popularity among dental care professionals. Find out more in the following blog post.
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What is dental wrap-around insurance?

Added on 31.03.2020

Dental wrap-around insurance in your hand
Whenever teeth are concerned, there is always a matter of money as well. Especially in the case of dental treatments because insurers only reimburse for the most basic ones and many dental services require relatively high copays. If one does not want to pay extra for for each dental treatment that goes beyond what is considered basic dental care, there is the option to purchase an additional insurance policy called wrap-around insurance to handle these situations.
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Health insurers: What do they pay for at the dentist?

Added on 14.03.2020

Health insurers want to embrace you like two protective hands!
What does a dentist of choice cost? What part of my treatment costs will I get reimbursed after a visit to the dentist? What do I have to pay myself and what does health insurance pay for? We all know the feeling when governmental agencies go through structural changes: Nobody knows what's going on. We will give you a first glimpse at what will likely positively surprise some: for a large number of dental treatments with a dentist of choice, patients will receive a significant part of their costs back. Let's take a look at how reimbursement works for a dentist visit.
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Dentist Search 2.0: Trust through price transparency

Added on 01.03.2020

The dentist search of the future is here now with DentalAce!
Dear DentalAce member,
For the first time in Vienna, you can now have dentists invite you to appointments rather than having to seek them out yourself. And the best part about this for you is that all invitations will come at your desired appointment time and for your desired budget.
Find out more in the following blog post!

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Optimal dental care for children

Added on 07.02.2020

Family having a good time while brushing their teeth
Many parents know it well and spend many evenings in uneasy anticipation of a certain dental care-related "ritual". Of course, we are referring to brushing their children's teeth, given that the little ones usually have zero interest in dental care and have absolutely no tolerance for having their parents stick a toothbrush in their faces. Though such "family theater" is without a doubt a part of growing up, parents need to stay firm in their position because any easing up will end up having negative consequences on the dental care of their children in the longer run. Find out more about this topic in the following blog post.
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Recognizing periodontitis – Diagnosis and treatment

Added on 02.02.2020

Girl shows area at risk of periodontitis
Some dental illnesses are quite easily discovered, treated, and cured. Unfortunately, periodontitis is not one of them. Whether a common gum inflammation (also called gingivitis) has developed into a full-blown inflammation of the entire periodontium is often very difficult to ascertain until it is too late. This is why it is that much more important to get an expert diagnosis and treatment by a dentists and, ideally, from a dental care professional who specializes in the field of periodontology!
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The pros and cons of home-made toothpaste

Added on 23.12.2019

Toothbrush with toothpaste
Home-made toothpaste is very popular nowadays and, especially, among environmentally conscious people, who would like to reduce waste. What is toothpaste made of and how? What about it do dentists consider sub-optimal and which composition can harm one's teeth?
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