teeth-brushing-techniques

Brushing teeth is an important practice in our daily life. For a healthy mouth and smile, dentists recommend the following … Brush your teeth twice a day with a soft bristle brush. The size of your brush should suit your mouth allowing you to reach all areas easily. Change your…

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why-flossing?

Brushing is a good oral hygiene practice. Right! But do you know brushing alone can’t keep the oral cavity clean? Yes, forget not, to do ‘flossing’.  Flossing can clean the areas where brushing cannot do. Daily twice brushing and at least one-time flossing are considered as a good practice. Oral…

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Several studies have shown the connection between Arthritis and dental problems. Periodontitis (Gum disease) and Gingivitis (Gum Inflammation) are common oral diseases found in Rheumatoid arthritis patients. Maintaining proper oral hygiene, avoiding foods that build plague easily, seeking timely dental advice are key points to be followed by RA patients.…

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pregnancy-and-dental-care-cover

During pregnancy, special care is needed for teeth and gums. The hormonal changes occur during pregnancy can increase the risk of developing oral diseases result in causing health issues to the developing baby.  So, before and during pregnancy, maintaining good dental and oral care is becoming inevitable. Conditions that may…

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For decades, ‘Surgery’ has been a custom treatment for babies for the release of the tongue-tie. Several researches of the recent era have revealed contradictory opinions about it, while a worldwide scene is an increase in tongue-tie surgery for removal of poor and painful breastfeeding and thereby causing insufficient weight…

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