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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?

How do eating disorders affect your mouth

How do eating disorders affect your mouth?

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Eating disorder is a kind of psychological problem that provokes atypical eating behaviors. Such unhealthy eating habits are detrimental to our oral health as well as our general health. Similar to obsession, weight gain or loss, abnormal dietary habits cause many lingering & damaging effects on dental health like enamel wear down, dry mouth, etc. … Continue reading How do eating disorders affect your mouth?

Here are the reasons why dentists take your blood pressure

Here are the reasons why dentists take your blood pressure

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When you visit a dental clinic, the dentist checks your blood pressure before initiating the treatment. Whatever the reason for your dental visit is, a routine check-up or extracting a decayed tooth or any surgical treatments, your dentist will begin the treatment by taking your blood pressure. You might think, “What is this for?” Keep … Continue reading Here are the reasons why dentists take your blood pressure

Multiple Sclerosis and its impact on oral health

Multiple Sclerosis and its impact on oral health

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People with Multiple Sclerosis have high chances of developing oral diseases in direct and indirect ways. Multiple Sclerosis is a neurodegenerative disorder that affects the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves in the eyes resulting in problems like fatigue, motor impairment, etc. It begins in the central nervous system (CNS) and progresses gradually.

5 Autoimmune diseases that can hurt your oral health

5 Autoimmune diseases that can hurt your oral health

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Immune System is an interconnected network of organs, cells, and proteins in our body to fight against disease-causing microorganisms. When our body identifies any toxic substance, harmful microbes, or other infectious agents, the immune system recognizes those antigens and stimulates antibodies to kill them and cure the illness. In contrast, when there is a disruption … Continue reading 5 Autoimmune diseases that can hurt your oral health

COVID Tongue - The new symptom of coronavirus infection

COVID Tongue – The new symptom of coronavirus infection

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Since the Corona outbreak took place, the entire world has been witnessing a plethora of unpredictable changes in recent times. Moreover, the infectious disease shared mild bodily disorders like fever, headache, dry cough, any irregularities in our body scare us. Right? In this post, we have unveiled one of the oral-related manifestations of COVID-19. If … Continue reading COVID Tongue – The new symptom of coronavirus infection

Different types of water and their effects on teeth

Different types of water and their effects on teeth

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Water is nature’s drink and it holds high nutritional contents like calcium, fluoride, iron, potassium, and so on. You might aware of the importance of drinking a lot of water. Rehydrating with water takes care of balancing the fluid concentration in our body, supply nutrients to the inner cells, aids in digestion, keeping your heart … Continue reading Different types of water and their effects on teeth

How do dental illnesses affect your brain health

How do dental illnesses affect your brain health?

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Your oral cavity has many fascinating interconnections with your total body wellness. Poor oral care will make you vulnerable to a multitude of systemic diseases like respiratory diseases, diabetes, heart diseases, and much more. Do you know that bacteria proliferated with untreated dental illnesses can affect your brain health?

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Natural Sweeteners for your dental health

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It can be difficult to leave refined sugar. Fortunately, there are natural substitutes for sugar, which offers a healthy amount of sweetness without any of the bad side effects. They’re low in fructose, low in calories, and very sweet in taste.

Bad Breath

Different Kinds of Bad Breath

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Chronic emission of a nasty, foul smell from mouth is quite embarrassing. The primary cause of such an unpleasant smell is the breakdown of proteins by bacteria in the oral cavity. Although bad breath is associated with various dental diseases, certain health problems also cause Halitosis (Bad Breath). To put it simply, the bad breath … Continue reading Different Kinds of Bad Breath

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