Category: Oral Care
Brushing our teeth is a routine or a norm for most of us. It's a part of our daily schedule. Most of us are well aware of the fact that brushing our teeth has numerous benefits and how it protects our teeth. We give so much importance to brushing our teeth and flossing that we Read more »
Halitosis, aka, fetor oris, foul breath, or just plain bad breath are the terms used to represent unpleasant smelling breath that comes from both physiological (normal body), and pathological (disease-causing body) sources. Studies place bad breath as the third most frequent reason people look for oral treatment, which is followed by tooth decay and gum Read more »
This video may be shocking for some, but it illustrates a huge problem that we face in the United States. Many Americans are being affected by excessive sugar intake and junk food. According to the research, sugar is more addictive than cocaine and is the main cause of Americaâ€™s obesity epidemic. Drinks containing processed sugar Read more »
Dentist! A word that makes a chill run through our spine. Often people do not like or want to visit dentists. In America alone, around 15 percent of the masses suffer from dental phobia. People tend to find out different types of Read more »
When someone says â€œtoothbrush,â€ most people think of a manual toothbrush. For the first 60 years of its existence, the original concept of the toothbrush remained largely unchanged. When the electric toothbrush entered the market in the 1990s, it quickly became a popular alternative to the manual model. If you're considering switching to an electric toothbrush, Read more »
As research continues to produce evidence that there is a close relationship between physical and oral health, dentists are at the center of a battle involving early detection of oral cancer. The recent presidential election has brought more attention to the substantial rise in Human Papillomavirus Cancers. While HPV is closely associated with cancer of Read more »
Bad breath is inevitable. It plagues everyone at some point in life. Whether you struggle with bad breath on a regular basis or have occasional bouts that make people keep their distance, it's important to understand the common causes of bad breath and how they can be treated.