Oral Health
Oral Health
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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’, you should perhaps thank our ancestors for making the cultural shift to agriculture and processed food ...
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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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Healthy Living, Oral Health
How to Deal with Sensitive Teeth
The enamel is your teeth’s first line of defense. If it's damaged, your nerve endings are exposed. Tooth sensitivity is often the result of worn enamel.
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jaw-fractures
Healthy Living, Oral Health
Jaw Fractures
Jaw injuries may lead to breathlessness due to the lack of support to the tongue. This problem is serious and needs to be addressed timely.
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Healthy Living, Oral Health
Problems in Your Mouth
Common problems in your mouth include cold sores, thrush, black hairy tongue, canker sores, leukoplakia, oral cancer and chipped teeth.
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Healthy Living, Oral Health
Tongue Problem Basics
Geographic tongue makes your tongue looks like a geographic map. Patients may experience pain and soreness when eating some kinds of food and beverages.
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Smoking and Oral Health
Needless to say, smoking has a huge impact on one’s oral health. Long-term tobacco use may result in various dental problems and gum diseases.
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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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