Oral Health
Oral Health
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Healthy Living, Oral Health
Habits That End Up Damaging Your Teeth
A lot of people love to chew on ice cubes, unaware of the damage their teeth are bound to get. Ice cubes are hard enough to crack your teeth.
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Healthy Living, Oral Health
Foods and Habits That Stain Your Teeth
? The core of the issue is that not only the outside impacts can change your teeth, but what you consume can determine your teeth’s color.
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Healthy Living, Oral Health
5 Steps to Take Care of Your Teeth
Having shiny white teeth is always a plus for a great impression. Therefore, in this article, we will share 5 tips on how to take care of your teeth.
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Healthy Living, Oral Health
Advantages and Disadvantages of Electric Toothbrush
Electric toothbrushes have been reported to have better tooth cleaning properties. However, it still comes along with some and disadvantages.
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Healthy Living, Oral Health
9 Teeth Wreckers People Should Know
There are many daily habits that can wreck your teeth. What are those bad habits? The article below will point out 9 teeth wreckers.
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Healthy Living, Oral Health
10 Secrets to Brighter Teeth
In modern society where appearance is a crucial part, many people wish to have whiter teeth. But what if your teeth do not live up to your expectation?
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Healthy Living, Oral Health
Tonsillectomy And The Reasons For Doing It
Tonsillectomy is one of the most common surgical procedure done today but what are the conditions or indications which necessitate tonsil removal?
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Oral Health
How Soft Food Revolutionised World Language
If you are able to pronounce the word ‘Family’, ‘Fun’ or even ‘Violin’ ...
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Healthy Living, Oral Health
Nutrition Tips to Reduce TMD Symptoms
By eating soft foods which are cut into tiny pieces, you can limit stress on the hinged joint whose function is to enable your jaw to open and close.
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