Dental Bytes’ Recommended Sites

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The computer term “byte” – a blend of the words “bit” and “bite” describes a distinct (compact) quantity of information. Consider a dental “byte” (““) as an information “byte” relatedto dentistry. Dental Bytes – where brevity leads to insight.

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You have a dental question or you wouldn’t be here. Unfortunately, it often takes hours of sifting through web pages to locate the specific dental information you want. Dental Bytes’ SOS is the only dental index that saves you time and frustration. SOS bypasses all extraneous web pages. SOS links you directly to the web pages with the specific information you want.

If you know of an exceptional source of dental information – tell us.

No more digging through dirt to find one bone!

If SOS doesn’t have the dental information you are looking for …. Ask us!
We will do our best to help!
[Dog With Bone Image]Amalgams and “Silver” Fillings
The Mercury Controversy

Bad Breathe

The American Dental Assoc.
The Fresh Breath Clinic


The Orthodontic Information Page

Dr. Trepp’s Home Page

Composite or “Tooth Colored” Fillings
Academy of General Dentistry Fact Sheet

Continuing Education, Seminars, Newsletters
Tom Orent’s 1000 Gems

Crowns, Bridges, and Missing Teeth
Dentist Dirctory Patient Information Center

Dental Emergencies
California Dental Association Dental Health Facts

Dental Laboratories and Dental Technology
National Association of Dental Labs
DentalTech Online

Dentures, Relines, and Soft Liners
[Need Dentures] Denture Wearer’s Checklist
Dental X Change
NonChew Cookbook

Gingivitis, Gum Disease, and Oral Hygiene
American Dental Association
Dental X Change
Tooth Talk with Dr. Gober
National Institute of Health

Dr. Davidoff’s Dental Implant FAQ’s
The OMFS Advisor
International Congress of Oral Implantologists – Patient FAQ’s

Mouth Ulcers
Health Answers
Dental Bytes’ Name That Lesion

Nutrition & Food on the Web – Finding the Right Stuff

Tooth Whitening
The American Dental Association
The Virtual Dentist

Piper’s Classification of TMJ Disorders (very technical)
TMJ Disorders – Navy Dental Corps

Pain, Toothaches, and Root Canals
Health Answers : Toothache
Practical Endodontics
The American Dental Association

Porcelain Veneers: Diastema

We will continue to update with new URLs and new dental topics. If SOS doesn’t have the dental information you are looking for …. Tell us!