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Title: Dental Crown Hardy AR


High-Tech Treatments Revolutionises Dental Care
- says Thayer Dental Care
75 Value
  • One stop shop for all your dental care needs.

Free Denture and Implant Consultations
About Us
  • Thayer Dental Care is the highest rated dentist
    in Thayer Missouri and is a one stop shop for all
    your dental care needs. With low prices, high
    quality products, and technology that minimizes
    your time spent in the office, its easy to
    choose Thayer as your dental care provider. We
    treat our patients like family and strive to
    maintain a laid back atmosphere. Call to secure
    an initial appointment and take advantage of one
    of our new patient specials.


Some new upcoming treatments in Dental Care are-
  • High-tech treatments hold promise for tooth
    regeneration in dentistry which repairs cavities
    without fillings and even can regrow the entire
    teeth. This is really revolutionising the Dental
    Industry with more patients opting to undergo
    such treatments to experience better and
    effective dental care.


  • Usually, when dentists spot cavities, they drill
    out the decayed material and fill the hole with
    amalgam. But amalgam can fail or even fall out in
    due course. That can bring more discomfort and a
    trip back to the dentist which is inconvenient
    and expensive.
  • It is possible to overcome the above mentioned
    problems by using stem cells effectively.
    Research shows the drugs can coax stem cells
    within the dental pulp the soft material deep
    within teeth that is filled with nerves and blood
    vessels into regrowing enough bony tissue
    (dentin) to fill the cavity.

  • When decay reaches the pulp, dentists perform a
    root canal treatment. This involves removing the
    bulk of the tooth and then filling what is left
    with amalgam. The tooth is then sealed with an
    artificial cap, but this can fail over time as a
    result of the stresses of chewing.
  • Using low-power laser light to stimulate tooth
    regeneration is an effective treatment to avoid
    such situations. Applying laser light directly on
    the remaining pulp can stimulate stem cells in
    the pulp to produce new dentin. Our bodies have
    the ability to heal our tissues through their own
    stem cells. Laser treatment can bring in quality
    change and can have dramatic effects on dental
    treatments and dentistry.


  • Earlier this year, the first robot designed for
    dental implant surgery was approved by FDA. Its
    designed to ensure accurate and precise oral
    surgery, specifically for implant cases and
    implant placements. The intent of surgical robots
    is to allow more precise control over surgeries,
    ostensibly providing better care, less invasive
    procedures and improved healing times. Some
    researchers are even experimenting with
    completely hands-free surgeriesthough these will
    likely always be a minority since quick reactions
    and critical thinking are key to any surgery.

  • With the advent of digital dentistry, dental
    offices now collect a significant amount of
    datafrom 3D images, to patient files, to EHR, to
    intraoral scans and so on. That data is helpful
    in the day-to-day job of the clinician and the
    dental team, but its even more useful in the
    virtual hands of AI. A system that was built to
    learn and develop its own intelligence can scan,
    analyze and make sense of the massive amounts of
    data. It can then suggest treatment options,
    predict problems and issues before they happen,
    and ensure any planned medication or procedures
    wont interfere with other health concerns and
    more. Artificial intelligence could also be used
    to eventually help with diagnoses and analysis of
    images2D or 3D.


Contact Us -
  • Address-
  • 205 N. 2nd Street Thayer, MO 65791
  • Phone-
  • (888) 594-3920 (New Patient Hotline)
  • (417) 264-7266 (Current Patients)
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