Do you often regret not caring for your teeth when younger?If you neglect your teeth it will almost certainly catch up with you at some point of your life as gum disease. Whether it is not maintaining a good oral hygiene, not
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.
Losing milk teeth is normal. But losing your permanent teeth is not. Even losing your teeth as you grew old is no more considered inevitable.
Tooth loss causes various consequences - the quality of life is reduced because of
With our changing lifestyle and food habits, dental cavities in kids are very common now. Absenteeism from school due to toothache is also rising. This is the first post in a series about Preventing Dental decay in children
Parents are a child's first teacher in life and play a significant role in maintaining his or her overall oral hygiene. The foundation for healthy permanent teeth in children and teenagers is laid during the first years of life.
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
September 12th is celebrated as World Oral Health day. It is time we realize that oral health is important for our overall health too.
A consumer attitudes survey conducted recently by the Indian Market Research Bureau (IMRB)
With all the hoopla about proper dental hygiene and hundreds of different types of toothbrushes in the market, you’ve got to wonder, which is really better, the manual or electric tooth brush.
According to dentists,
Can’t figure out if your bad breath is a passing phase or something that needs medical attention? There are a few ways to find out. Previously we told you about how to identify if you are suffering from Halitosis (chronic bad
So you brush and floss regularly. But there is more to taking care of those pearly whites. Dentists suggest the following if you want to have your healthy 32 for a lifetime.
Step 1: Understand your own oral-health needs.
Brushing may not be the only thing that you need to do in order to protect yourself from tooth decay,Nicholas Jakubovics of the university's School of Dental Sciences said, better products offering more effective dental treatment
Poor oral hygiene seems to elevate the risk of death from cancer, because too much of dental plaque has been linked to premature cancer death by Swedish researchers. An observational study examined 1,390 people between 1985 and