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Topic Five foods that clean and whiten your teeth naturally

5 foods that clean and whiten your teeth naturally

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Eating nutritious foods will strengthen your teeth and gums. You might aware of the necessity to maintain a balanced diet that comprises foods, grain, fruits, veggies for optimum oral health. Aside from such best foods and drinks that fortify your teeth, some edibles can naturally clean your teeth. Keep in mind that the organic compounds, … Continue reading 5 foods that clean and whiten your teeth naturally

6 tips to get relief from braces pain

6 tips to get relief from braces pain

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Orthodontic treatments involve an array of appliances such as metal braces, Invisalign, retainers, and spacers to move the teeth into their respective positions. It also has a great impact on the way how your smile looks. In simply, teeth straightening treatments can help you get rid of space problems, poor bites, unaesthetic smiles, and so … Continue reading 6 tips to get relief from braces pain

The link between oral health and respiratory system

The link between oral health and respiratory system

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Do you know that poor oral health can infect every aspect of your body? On average, your mouth is a habitat of 6 billion bacteria that belong to different species. When you ingest those microbes, they enter the bloodstream and can easily intrude on the internal organs.

6 teeth-friendly & yummy snacks for your kids

6 teeth-friendly & yummy snacks for your little champs

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Kids always stick to tasty snacks between their meals whilst parents also feed the handy snacks available like biscuits. Sadly, most snacks available in the market do not hold the nutrients essential for a toddler’s body. In the meantime, those finger foods are overloaded with various flavoring constituents that will attack the kid’s milk teeth. … Continue reading 6 teeth-friendly & yummy snacks for your little champs

Delayed Dental Eruption

Why do some infants have delays in teeth eruption?

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Teeth development for babies also takes place during the menstruation cycle. An infant has most of its teeth developed beneath its gums during delivery. You can witness the teeth only after they breakthrough the gums and this is known as eruption. Normally, the teeth begin to erupt when a baby is aged 6 months old. … Continue reading Why do some infants have delays in teeth eruption?

What are Pulp Stones?

Pulp Stone – Causes, Types, and Removal

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Pulp Stones are atypical structures that developed with calcified concentrations in the pulp chamber of your teeth. Pulp is the innermost layer located in the hollow center of a tooth and it holds the nerves, blood vessels to supply periodontal ligaments with nutrients. The calcifications inside the pulp cavity are hard to detect so that … Continue reading Pulp Stone – Causes, Types, and Removal

Different types of sedation used in dental treatments

Different types of sedation used in dental treatments

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Sedation Dentistry is a blessing for people who are so phobic about dental treatments. Dentists recommend this to people who are nervous about sitting in a dental seat, irrespective of the dental disorder. It is a common dental approach and involves administering a sedative to lessen the awareness of the procedure and relax the anxious … Continue reading Different types of sedation used in dental treatments

Important things that you should know about wisdom teeth infection

Important things that you should know about wisdom teeth infection

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Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars are the last set of teeth that begin to erupt between the ages of 17 and 21. As the 4 molar teeth appear after a person attains maturity (in late teens or early twenties), they hold this name but our mouth and jaw cannot have room for these … Continue reading Important things that you should know about wisdom teeth infection

Six Key Causes of Jaw Bone Loss

6 Key causes of jaw bone loss

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Jaw bone is the strongest bone in your facial skeleton and it provides the essential framework to your facial features. Besides forming the mouth structure, the jaw bone helps us in speaking, chewing properly. The loss of bone in one or more parts of the jaw will affect various aspects of your oral health.

How does your tongue indicate bodily disorders

How does your tongue indicate bodily disorders?

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You might wonder why physicians are looking at your tongue. Right? Tongue is one of the strongest muscular organs in our body. Apart from doing basic mechanical functions such as speaking, swallowing, our tongue serves as an indicator of our health. This is because the tongue is having an extensive anatomical relationship with most of … Continue reading How does your tongue indicate bodily disorders?

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