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The Impact of Ageing on Teeth Health

In the era of forever 21 nobody can hold youth forever as ageing is an inescapable process. Ageing affects the whole body at certain levels but we tend to ignore the teeth health usually until we are the victim of ill fitted prosthesis. Receding of gums According to experts in elder care, the far most common problem is neglecting the periodontal health which includes our gums. Poor oral... ❯❯❯

A Dentist’s Advice on How to Prevent Oral Cancer

Our teeth should be our most prized possessions, but unfortunately, not everyone sees it that way and take them for granted. By this we mean, they do not look after them like they should and before you know it, it’s too late and you start to lose them all one by one and need to get dentures or implants added. There are many kinds of things that can happen to teeth when not looked after... ❯❯❯

When to Worry About Your Oral Health and Why to Use Braces?

Oral and dental health plays an important role while maintaining your overall health. Do you think if you are keeping the rest of your body in good shape but not looking after your dental and oral health and the rest of your body will not be affected? Well, go through this research paper that shows how dental and oral issues can directly cause heart deceases.  A few researchers have also... ❯❯❯

Things You Need To Know About Dentists

People’s awareness about oral health might not be on the desired level, which calls for a detailed explanation on what it is that oral health professionals can actually do for us. Consulting a dentist when your tooth starts aching is not a smart idea, because that ache means that you are long overdue for a checkup and that the plaque that has been building up for a while has already caused... ❯❯❯

Foods That Can Benefit More Than Your Diet

Daily brushing and flossing are essential to preventing tooth decay and gum disease, but did you know that diet also affects oral health? The foods you consume and avoid can help you maintain shinier, healthier, cavity-free pearly whites. Here are several nutrient-rich foods that promote healthy teeth and gums. Choose cheese for a simple, nourishing snack. Calcium and vitamin D are two vital... ❯❯❯

Healthy dental hygiene can boost your interpersonal relationships

Have you ever had bad breath blown in your face during a conversation? Did you look forward to having another conversation with the individual who was the source of that bad breath? I honestly doubt it. That’s what bad dental hygiene does. It drives people away from you. Bad dental hygiene is usually brought on by an individual’s failure to properly brush and floss their teeth as... ❯❯❯

History And Overview Of Cavitations

Origin of the Term ‘Cavitation’ In the recent past the term “cavitation” is used to define a condition where jawbones have holes that are either empty or full of dead bone. In 1930, an orthopedic researcher defined it as a condition where a shortage in blood flow into an area created a hole in the bone. Dr. G.V. Black, (the “Father of Cavitation Surgery”),... ❯❯❯

8 Tips for a Healthy Smile

Everyone desires to have a beautiful and healthy smile since it’s the first thing that people notice when they meet. However, it’s important to understand that you cannot achieve a healthy smile overnight. You should observe the following tips if you want to create and maintain a healthy smile. Brush Your Teeth Regularly It’s always a good practice to brush your teeth... ❯❯❯

Oral Microbiomes and the Importance of Regular Flossing

This is a known fact that flossing, brushing, regular dental visits are all a part of good oral hygiene and are connected to good dental health. Microbiome researchers have come up with fresh data and its analysis, which supports this conventional thought. They have experimented with the microbes that are present inside our mouths and have come to significant conclusions. Their research has found... ❯❯❯

How To Maintain Your Oral Health During COVID-19

The spread of COVID-19 in different parts of the world has prompted nations to close their borders and require their citizens to stay at home. This pandemic is also the reason why businesses, such as your local dental clinics, are closed. There is physical contact between dentists and their patients, increasing their risk of being infected by the virus. But, just because you won’t be able... ❯❯❯