Why dental health is so important during pregnancy?

Have you ever heard that the risk of premature birth or birth of babies of low birth weight is 700% higher in pregnant women suffering from periodontal disease? The increased level of certain hormones during pregnancy can also lead to gingivitis. So, how can pregnant women take care of their teeth and oral health during […]

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What is Periodontitis?

Periodontal disease or periodontitis is a common chronic disease of periodontal tissues surrounding the tooth. Periodontitis usually occurs before the occurrence of gingivitis. Gingivitis is an inflammation of the gums that can lead to inflammation of the deeper structures because of the presence of bacteria, weakened immunity and other risk factors. The main cause of […]

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Toothbrush 101

By brushing your teeth with a toothbrush and toothpaste and using the dental floss, you will be able to protect your teeth from plaque buildup and caries in the right way. However, we should all know that toothbrushes last only for a certain period of time. As a matter of fact, toothbrushes that are worn […]

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Replacing Missing Teeth

There are many reasons why people lose their teeth. No matter what the reason is, they all think of replacing missing teeth because the gap in their jaw is causing a lot of problems and makes them feel unattractive. The following is a step-by-step explanation of the procedure that replaces one missing tooth with implants […]

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How to take care of dentures?

There are many people who make the same mistake and believe that oral hygiene doesn’t matter when they have dentures. Of course, this is not true. Dentures can replace all the teeth and in this case we are talking about complete dentures. There are partial dentures that replace only some of the missing teeth. No […]

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How to deal with tartar on teeth

Dental calculus or tartar is a term used to describe solid deposits on teeth caused with the process of mineralization of dental plaque. They can be easily noticed because they come in the form of yellowish and white deposits formed on the teeth in the joint area of gums and teeth. Tartar is most frequently […]

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Diabetes and oral health

In case you are suffering from diabetes you should know that the high level of blood sugar affects the entire body including teeth and gums. No matter if you are dealing with type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes, maintain the level of blood sugar is crucial. The higher the level, the greater risk for […]

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