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Five Tips To Prevent Oral Cancer

Oral cancer or mouth cancer may occur in anyone. However, those people who consume tobacco or alcohol are at more risk of it. Oral cancer may occur and develop in the oral cavity. It is a serious health condition that may cause injury or death.

In this blog, we are going to share five tips to prevent oral cancer. Correct Your Eating Habits

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Five Oral Health Care Tips For Your Child’s Teeth

Many parents don't pay much attention to their child's oral health until their child complains of toothache or they themselves perceive a problem. You should not take the oral health of your child for granted if you love them and don't want to see them struggling with their oral health conditions.

Here are five dental care tips following which you c

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5 Root Canal Therapy Myths Debunked

Root canal therapy, also known as endodontic therapy, is a treatment to eliminate the inflammation or infection in the roots of a tooth and protect the tooth from future microbial invasion. However, many inaccurate theories are circulated about this common treatment.

In this blog, we will dis

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Five Common Tooth Problems

Today, we are going to discuss the five most common tooth problems that often people take lightly, but which they should not.

1. Toothache

A toothache is a very common dental problem. There are many causes for a toothache, such as unusual bites, tooth injuries, teeth grinding, abscessed teeth, and gum disease an

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Five Oral Health Problems Caused by Smoking

As it is true the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, it is also true that smoking affects human health badly. Smoking affects our sleep and skin. It causes premature aging, lung cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, ulcers, thin hair, etc. The worst part of smoking is it also plagues those who are standing close to the smokers and are exposed to second-h

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5 Bad Oral Habits to Avoid

Brushing after meals and flossing before bed are important to have a good oral health, but they fall short to show expected results for some of our bad practices. And we can easily see such people around us complaining of bad oral health despite brushing their teeth with quality toothpaste and toothbrush and flossing their teeth.

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Dental Care During Pregnancy

Dental care becomes more important than ever during pregnancy, because pregnancy triggers severalhormonal changes in a woman’s body which can cause oral health problems.

Bleeding, swollen gums and gingivitis are some oral health conditions that plague pregnant women.

Here are some or

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When to Get Your Wisdom Tooth Extracted?

Sometimes it can get a little too crowded in your jaw. The wisdom tooth, the last of the teeth eruptions in our lifecycle, can turn painful if the growth pattern is disrupted or compromised in any way. Many of us complain of the nagging wisdom tooth pain and need the expert intervention of a professional dentist to relieve us of the condition.

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How Do Dental Implants Work for Smile Restoration?

Dental patients having a missing or lost tooth are often recommended for dental implant surgery for smile restoration. But a number of such patients do not know what implants are all about. Taking care of replaced teeth in the mouth is best done when you know in detail about the kind of teeth replacement treatment you are having. The reason why implants are highly r

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Simple Steps to Prevent Risk of Tooth Decay

Children as well as adults are found fearing from getting their decaying tooth drilled to cure dental cavities. But they do not take care of their teeth and dental health as a whole while following their unique lifestyles. It is believed that brushing teeth two times a day will prevent teeth from decaying. But when the other factors affecting dental health overwhelm

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