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26 Nov. 2019
As a rule of thumb people associate dentistry with pain, expense and inconvenience!
As a rule of thumb people associate dentistry with pain, expense and inconvenience!
26 Nov. 2019
Dental implications of scuba diving
Scuba diving is a sport that is enjoyed by about 4 million people in the Unites States. But do you know that you should visit your dentist before diving?
26 Nov. 2019
Fluoride and the strength of your teeth
Fluoride is a mineral that helps prevent cavities, by making the tooth enamel (the hard surface of the tooth) more resistant to the acid attacks that cause tooth decay.
26 Nov. 2019
Eating disorders and oral health
Eating disorders are illnesses characterized by significant disturbances in a person’s eating behavior, accompanied by intense focus or distress related to food consumption, body shape or weight.
26 Nov. 2019
To floss or not to floss?
For a long time, dentists have said that flossing is an essential part of our oral hygiene. And they strongly recommended it to their patients.
26 Nov. 2019
Interesting things about teeth and dentistry
Although going to the dentist is a relatively new habit, proofs show that people have been using toothpaste since around 500 B.C.
26 Nov. 2019
Dental implications of eating disorders
Eating disorders are illnesses characterized by significant disturbances in a person’s eating behavior, accompanied by intense focus or distress related to food consumption, body shape or weight.
18 Nov. 2019
TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint and Muscle Disorders)
The Temporomandibular joint is the joint that connects your jaw to your skull.
18 Nov. 2019
Are vitamins and minerals important for our oral health?
There are many minerals and nutrients that are good for the entire body. The lack of these nutrients can have harmful effects on your mouth and teeth, and may contribute to some oral issues. They can affect your general health too. There is no doubt regarding this.