In this day and age, popping pills has become a way of life thanks to our ailments. We all are aware of the fact that every medicine has its own side effects. And your gums too are not spared. Here are some of these you should
Through proper sugar control, many problems such as eye disease, kidney disease, heart disease, nerve damage and serious foot problems can be prevented or delayed. Maintain a healthy lifestyle and stick to daily routines of
How drinking tea is good for you
Tea has long been an institution, with millions of cups supped each day, making it an unlikely staple of modern-day living. But now it seems that green tea and even the humble brew could also
You are well-dressed and well-behaved. You are social and good at creating conversation. But people are put off as soon as you open your mouth. Could it be your bad breath? That is the last thing you would want to hear. But not
The best way to keep gum disease at bay is good oral hygiene. In most cases it can be reversed by practising proper plaque control. Brush your teeth at least twice a day. Floss once or twice a day preferably after dinner.
Do you notice blood on your toothbrush every time you brush these days? Or persistent bad breath or taste in your mouth? Are your gums red and swollen? If you've noticed some or all of these symptoms, you may be suffering from
Hypertension and gum disease are two sides of the same coin. Improper nutritional habits, lack of physical activity, stress, smoking, age, obesity, lipid disorders and diabetes mellitus are commonly accepted as the risk factors
Receding gums may be one of the first signs of gum disease. When gum recession occurs, 'pockets' or gaps, form between the teeth and the gum line. This makes it easy for disease-causing bacteria to build up. The first signs of
Toothache is one of the most common dental complaints the world over. It is often the top reason people finally visit a dentist. If we were to ask 10 people what is the cause for toothaches, 9 of them would blame it on tooth
Here’s another reason to lose weight. According to a study, obese people might be at the risk of developing gum disease. Impacting approximately one-third of the US population, obesity is a significant health concern for
If you have been told you have gum disease, you’re not alone. Periodontal diseases range from simple gum inflammation to serious diseases that result in major damage to the soft tissue and bone that support the teeth. In the
You follow a good oral hygiene routine when your mouth, teeth and gums are healthy and protected from all kind of diseases and bacteria. Brushing your teeth is only a part of Good oral hygiene; there are many things that you
While buying a mouthwash always read the manufacturer’s label and check for the age recommendations and precautions. If you are suffering from a dental condition be sure to consult your dentist before you decide which mouthwash
Bad breath hounding you? Could it be halitosis or just something you ate? Watch this video to find out more.
Halitosis (bad breath) is a term used to describe noticeably unpleasant odours exhaled in breathing. Halitosis is