Brush all your teeth once a day and you are done. Right? Well, you couldn’t be more wrong! Brushing right takes more than just passing your toothbrush bristles all around your teeth in the morning. Most people do not know how
Your teeth are among of the hardest structures in our body but do you know what keeps them so firmly placed in the mouth? The supporting structures of the teeth are collectively called periodontium and they comprise of both soft
Bollywood is home to some of the most gorgeous women in the world. While figures and styles change with time and the voluptous ladies of yesteryear are giving way to stick-thin 'Size Zero' heroines, one characteristic that hasn't
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)
Have you always wanted those shiny, pearly whites you see on the silver screen? You've probably already considered or are talking to your dentist about teeth whitening or dental bleaching. However, before you opt for it, here
Coconut oil is a natural antibiotic that attacks the bacteria causing tooth decay. It could be incorporated into commercial dental care products, say scientists. Researchers from the Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland,
Your mouth has a lot to say about your health in general. What is seen in the mouth can be significantly affecting your other organ systems in the body. So, don’t miss that appointment with your dentist. It might just save your
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.
Patients suffering from edentulism (missing all teeth in the jaw), on rise in India due to lack of hygiene and tobacco use, can now look forward to permanent dental implants which they do not have to rinse or take out before
Many parents are unwittingly egging on their kids to drink smoothies and juices, blissfully unaware that a combination of high acid levels and sugar can erode their teeth. Instead of seemingly healthy fruit juice, children
An alarming spike in the consumption of sports and energy drinks, especially among teens, is irreversibly damaging the tooth enamel with their high acid content, says a study.
"Most of these patients are shocked to learn that