Category: Dental Health Care
Peg teeth are abnormally small, upper lateral incisors. They are often pointed or have a rectangular shape that makes them look similar to fangs. Both children and adults are often self-conscious of the appearance of their smile, when they have one or more teeth that are dramatically smaller or have an odd shape, compared to Read more »
A lot can happen to your teeth, especially when you are asleep. It's the time when food debris and bacteria can wreak havoc on your teeth and gums which can lead to plaque, cavities or other such oral health issues. Don't let these issues interfere with your good night's rest.
In our previous post, we had mentioned a few tips about your dental care during summers. With this current post, we will guide you further on maintaining good dental health through a few more simple dental care strategies.
Eating is one thing that we all love to do. From different varieties of food in restaurants to the traditional food cooked at home, you just love food. But what you eat plays a major role in your oral health. Your teeth, tongue and gums are most essential parts of your mouth that help in chewing Read more »
Oral problems affect millions of people worldwide. Over 95% of adults and 60-90% of children have one or more dental cavities. Between 15 and 20% of 35 to 44 year old adults have severe periodontal disease, which may lead to tooth loss. In the past decade, technological advances have played a key role in changing the Read more »
The New Year is the perfect time to make a resolution to take better care of your teeth. Brushing your teeth too roughly or chewing ice cubes may not seem like a big deal. However, over time, these bad habits can lead to severe dental issues. If you struggle with one or more of the Read more »
Taking care of the body is important and so is your oral health. Researchers have found that oral health is vital for your overall well-being. Proper oral care prevents multiple diseases related to the teeth and gums. Mouth is also a part of your body and it is associated with the overall health. Your oral health Read more »
You only get one set of teeth, and through the course of a sporting event, traumatic injury to your mouth and teeth is something that could easily happen. In fact, according to the American Dental Association (ADA), between 13% and 39% of all dental injuries among males were related to sports.
Summer is here and you want to make sure that you look your best during the holidays. You need to make sure that you take care of your body, right down to your teeth, so something that you can easily prevent like a toothache doesn't ruin your time in the sun. Here is a look Read more »
Maintaining good oral health is important at any age. If you are over 50, you should revisit and revise your daily dental care routine so that you can keep your teeth as healthy as possible. Here is a look at 5 tips to help you say goodbye to dental problems even if you are going through Read more »