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Dental Bridge Or Implant for Missing Teeth

Date :15-Mar-2020

dental-bridge-or-implant-for-missing-teeth The issue of replacing missing teeth can be so confusing. So will try to simplify things. Basically, a dental bridge is permanently fixed to your gums with dental cement whereas a dental implant is screwed into the jawbone. Dental Bridge:  A dental bridge is the traditional form of replacing missing teeth. It is permanently fitted in the mouth by shaving teeth on either side of the gap, which are then covered with a crown to act as anchors for the prosthetic device. The advantages include: • Natural appearance • Improves the function of your teeth • Affor

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THE IMPORTANT ROLE OF THE DENTIST

Date :09-Dec-2019

the-important-role-of-the-dentist The term doctor is broader in meaning and its effectiveness in the society. The doctors are actually survivors of human life. If you have any health disorder, infection or critical disease, then you will need a doctor. Today, the value of dentists throughout the world is growing rapidly. The most dentists believe that oral health is the core service in human life. If a person has oral issues and disorders, then he/she may suffer from many problems in which stomach ailment and mouth infections are more serious.Dental Health; Fitness:The dentists have a very significant role and importance in th

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Common Risk Factors for Oral Health

Date :09-Dec-2019

common-risk-factors-for-oral-health Oral disease is the most widespread chronic disease, despite being highly preventable. The common risk factors that oral disease shares with other chronic diseases/conditions are: Diet – Risk factor for dental caries, coronary heart disease, stroke, diabetes, cancers, obesity Tobacco smoking/chewing – Risk factor for oral and other cancers, periodontal disease, coronary heart disease, stroke, respiratory diseases, diabetes Alcohol consumption – Risk factor for oral and other cancers, cardiovascular disease, liver cirrhosis, trauma Hygiene – Risk factor for periodo

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Burning Mouth Syndrome

Date :09-Dec-2019

burning-mouth-syndrome It’s a condition that can cause the tongue, gums, cheeks, lips, or throat to feel as if they are burning every day for a month or longer. It can affect any tissue within the mouth and does not have any one noticeable cause. Symptoms • This condition has a spectrum of irritation from complete numbness, to a slight tickle, to a feeling of being scalded. • Changes in taste may also occur such as an intense metallic taste in the mouth or loss of taste completely. • Sufferers of BMS may also experience a dry feeling in their mouth, tongue, or throat, coupled with a heightened

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Oral Problems Due To Thyroid

Date :09-Dec-2019

oral-problems-due-to-thyroid As the name implies, dry mouth occurs when the salivary glands stop producing a normal amount of saliva. Normally, saliva helps to prevent cavities in two big ways. First, it helps to dissolve the foods we eat and prevents stickier food particles, like starches, from clinging to tooth enamel. Second, saliva helps to restore the structural strength of tooth enamel by delivering a continual source of minerals to each tooth in the mouth. When saliva production is reduced, it becomes easier for food particles to cling to the surfaces of the teeth. Over time, this leads to the cultivation of oral b

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How Bad Is Falling Asleep Without Brushing Your Teeth?

Date :09-Dec-2019

how-bad-is-falling-asleep-without-brushing-your-teeth Most people are shocked to hear this, but going to bed without brushing your teeth is like going to bed with poop in your mouth. How can that be? Every time you have a meal, the bacteria that naturally reside in your mouth feast on the food you eat. Just like every other living organism, these bacteria excrete waste after a meal. This waste is highly acidic and breaks down tooth enamel, causing root decay and cavities. When you hit the sack without brushing, plaque starts to harden and calcify on your teeth. Once plaque has calcified, it’s impossible to remove

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Women’s Oral Health And Overall Health

Date :09-Dec-2019

womens-oral-health-and-overall-health Is There a Link Between Oral Health and Overall Health? Good oral health is essential to Good general health. And specifically for women, a growing body of research has linked gum disease to a variety of health problems that affect women. Because gum disease is a bacterial infection, it can enter the bloodstream and may be a factor in causing other health complications: Heart disease: People with gum disease may be more at risk for heart disease and have nearly twice the risk of having a fatal heart attack. Heart disease is also the number one killer. Stroke: One study found a casual rela

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