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27 Nov. 2019
Diagnosed with gingivitis? Here are some home remedies.
You may have heard about gingivitis (gum inflammation) and about periodontitis (gum disease). The connection between both of these dental problems is that left untreated,
27 Nov. 2019
Tooth decay. Causes, prevention and treatment.
Cavities are a common oral health problem.
27 Nov. 2019
Sugar and our oral health. Does sugar damage our teeth?
What is the link between sugar and cavities?
27 Nov. 2019
Should I whiten my teeth? It is recommended?Let’s find out together
We all want brighter teeth and beautiful and healthy smiles. A whiter and brighter smile will increase your self-confidence and you will certainly become more attractive.
27 Nov. 2019
Are veneers a good solution if we want a beautiful smile in a short time? Let’s find out together
Veneers are thin shells of ceramic (porcelain) or composite resin material, that are made to fit over the front surface of a tooth.
27 Nov. 2019
Children and oral health. Are baby teeth important?
In this article you will find out more about baby teeth and about oral health and children. It is an article both for kids and for parents.
26 Nov. 2019
Can aloe vera maintain or improve my oral health?
Aloe vera has a very long history of healing power. It is used to heal burns and cuts, to treat digestive problems and boost your immune system and well-being. It also inhibits cancerous growth and heal the side effects of radiotherapy treatments.
26 Nov. 2019
How does the lack of teeth affect us? Causes and solutions for missing teeth.
Teeth are very important, both for your general look and for your dental health. If you are missing one or more teeth, that can affect the way you chew, speak and smile.
26 Nov. 2019
Tooth bonding versus dental crowns. What is best for me?
If you have problems with your teeth: they are broken, chipped or cracked, they are discolored or misshapen, they are decayed, your dentist may recommend a couple of cosmetic procedures
26 Nov. 2019
I have crooked teeth. What are my options? About orthodontics (teeth straightening)
There are a lot of people who avoid smiling because they do not like their teeth. We all know that a beautiful smile can improve your self-confidence and also your social life.
26 Nov. 2019
The costs of dental neglect. Is our overall health linked to our oral health?
In case you did not notice until now, there is a strong connection between your oral health and your general health.
26 Nov. 2019
The link between Botox and teeth grinding. Could Botox help grinders?
Bruxism, also known as teeth grinding or teeth clenching involves excessive grinding of the teeth, usually without the person realizing they are doing it.
26 Nov. 2019
Shark tooth regeneration versus human tooth regeneration
More and more Americans have problems with their teeth. This is because of genetic reasons and also because of poor oral hygiene.
26 Nov. 2019
E-cigarettes vs conventional cigarettes. Are both harmful for our oral health?
According to Wikipedia, an electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) is a device that tries to create the feeling of tobacco smoking. It works by heating a liquid to generate an aerosol
26 Nov. 2019
Prefabricated blood vessels may contribute to the improvement of the root canal treatment
A root canal procedure is a dental procedure during which a specialist removes the pulp inside the tooth, cleans, disinfects, and shapes the root canals, and places a crown on the portion of the remaining tooth.
26 Nov. 2019
Chemotherapy and oral health problems
Patients diagnosed with cancer may be recommended radiation or chemotherapy.
26 Nov. 2019
Healthy food to eat to benefit your gums
Even though you do not realize, there are certain foods and drinks which can be very harmful for your teeth: sodas, hard candy, ice, white and red wine, sticky candy or fruit, citrus fruit, sports drinks, potato chips, etc.
26 Nov. 2019
About Oral Cancer. Causes, Symptoms and Prevention
Studies have shown that more than over half of the patients diagnosed with oral cancer in the USA survive after five years. This means that if this condition is discovered on time, the chances of successful treatment are high.
26 Nov. 2019
Can alcohol damage your teeth?
Moderate alcohol consumption can be part of a healthy lifestyle, but when you drink more than you should, your overall health an oral health can be badly affected.