How Oral Diseases Are Linked to Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity?

Metabolic syndrome is a group of medical conditions such as obesity, dysglycemia, dyslipidemia, and hypertension. These together increase the risk of diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. Other names of metabolic syndrome are dysmetabolic syndrome, syndrome X, deadly quartet and plurimetabolic syndrome. There are various research articles and studies which suggest that oral diseases especially periodontal disease are Read more »

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8 Incredible Facts About Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a chronic health problem that affects your breath while sleeping. This is a progressive condition which means it'll worsen with time if you are not taking protective measures against it. This issue is greatly misunderstood by the medical community as well although research is still going on. Usually individuals are unaware that Read more »

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How Technology Helps in Improving Your Oral Health

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 »

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What Does Your Oral Health Indicate About Your Overall Health?

The impact of poor oral health is quite enormous to the quality of life we are living. Any issues with your teeth and gums must be given proper attention. Researchers have found that oral health problems contribute to serious health conditions such as heart problems, diabetes, stroke, cognitive decline and pneumonia. Many people live Read more »

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Oral Cancer Awareness Month : All You Need to Know

"You have cancer." These are words no one ever wants to hear in their lifetime. But according to the Oral Cancer Foundation, 132 new cases are registered each day in the U.S alone, out of which 1 death takes place every hour of each day. These stats not only show the increasing number of such Read more »

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Implant Supported Bridges: What You Need to Know

An implant-supported bridge and regular dental bridge are quite similar, what sets them apart is that former is supported by implants and the latter by natural teeth. Whenever an implant-supported bridge is used, an implant is put in the jawbone for every missing tooth. Finally, the crowns are connected to each other to form one Read more »

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7 Amazing Facts About Oral Health

Oral health had always been a matter of concern for everyone. There are many gimmick facts related to oral health that make it difficult for you to differentiate the genuine facts from myths and mislead you in many ways. There are many traditional practices as well that we've been following from ages without even trying Read more »

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How Harmful Is It When You Brush Your Teeth Only Once a Day?

Dentists recommend that you should brush your teeth twice a day- when you get up in the morning, and before you go to bed at night. Not just brushing, flossing and swishing should be done twice daily. Some people brush their teeth twice a day but some only once a day. If you brush your Read more »

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What Are the Benefits of CAD/CAM in Implant Dentistry?

CAD/CAM (Computer Aided Design/ Computer Aided Manufacturing) has been in use in restorative dentistry for a long time. The application of CAD/CAM can be seen in implant dentistry as well. These applications are used in designing and manufacturing of custom implant abutments in a highly anticipated and trustworthy fabrication process. It is impossible to imagine Read more »

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Tooth Infection Can Even Turn Deadly: An Overview

You must be aware of various dental problems people go through and the pain they feel while undergoing treatment. It has been witnessed that a tooth infection can turn deadly and can take lives of the patients. So tooth infection should not be left untreated and it requires your immediate attention.

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