Tag: oral 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 »
It's the spooky Halloween time again! Halloween is that time of the year when you gather with your whole family to enjoy trick-or-treating! Moreover, at Halloween, you are less stringent on your children to allow them to experience this mysterious, fun-filled holiday and indulge in sweets a lot more than usual. It’s tradition, right?
To become a successful athlete, one must be very dedicated towards training and meeting the fitness goals. An athlete should also follow the right nutrition chart, take a proper diet and stay hydrated. Following these healthy habits religiously can be very beneficial in athletic performances.
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.