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Cavity Culprits You may not Know

Despite we know brushing and flossing is an important part of maintaining good oral hygiene, tooth decay is still common and occurs in around 40 – 45% people especially in children aged 2-11 years. Therefore, as part of good oral health regime, not only brushing and flossing should be done but also you need to […]

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Tips to Avoid Discolored or Stained teeth

That pearly white teeth have gone discolored or got stained are common complaints from many people. Even if the teeth are aligned perfectly, discolored and stained teeth lessens the attractiveness of smile and affects one’s confidence level. There are several things that you can do to make your teeth stay white. This article provides a […]

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Mouth Problems in Children

In childhood children face many mouth problems such as cold sores, canker sores, oral thrush and herpangina. In this article we will discuss about each of the mouth problem along with its causes, symptoms and treatment. Cold sores: It is commonly seen in children. Cold sores are also called fever blisters though it does not […]

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Halitosis – Bad Breath

Bad breath in medical terminology is called as halitosis. It affects people at some point of time in their lives. Some types of bad breath like morning mouth are normal and they usually are not health concerns. Bad breath is often cause of poor dental hygiene. It may worsen with certain lifestyle habits and the […]

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Dental Crown Lengthening Steps and Post Operative Instructions

Are you worried about your gummy smile? Is most of your teeth covered by gum tissue? Then dental crown lengthening is the answer to expose most of your teeth portion and improve your smile. Dental crowning is a oral surgery that should be performed by the dentist. Dental crowning is done to candidates who have […]

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Importance of Calcium for Oral Health

Calcium plays an important role in maintaining oral health. However, people don’t consider the importance of calcium. Calcium not only makes your teeth strong , but also strengthens jaw bones. Deficiency of calcium can increase the risk of tooth decay and gum disease. Therefore, it is very essential for maintaining oral health. You need to make dental care a good start: as early age as possible. Make sure that your kids’ teeth get a good start by eating healthy right from the pregnancy onwards which will help in forming strong teeth for the baby.

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Dietary Sources of Micronutrients

It is always good to obtain nutrients from natural foods we take daily rather than having supplements. Natural sources have no side effects unlike supplements. Here are some significant sources from which, we can get micronutrients

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Ways to Manage Stress

Some tips or techniques that control and maintain a person’s stress levels can be called as stress management. Stress affect us in different ways. This can be managed efficiently. Following are different ways to manage stress:

Benefits Of Quitting Alcohol

Whenever you addicted to drinking, then only you are changing your life towards destruction. However if you consume little amounts nothing will happens. Think if you are adversely addicted to drinking then you will not come out from it. Whenever you quit drinking for the first time, you will feel temporary discomfort of withdrawal symptoms, but as the alcohol works its way out of your system you will begin to feel better.

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Benefits Of Going Green

Green living cites to a way of life that contributes towards maintaining the natural ecological balance in the environment, and preserving the planet and its natural systems and resources.

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