15

Jun

Wine and Staining

Dental staining is a common and aggravating problem for millions of consumers. Accordingly, the global market for teeth whitening products is expected to reach an excess of 7 billion dollars by the year 2024.   Currently, the global market stands at a price of 3.15 mill...

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15

Jun

Micronutrients and Oral Health

 Human beings require both macro and micronutrients for optimum health. Macronutrients are nutrients required in large amounts for normal growth and development, namely, carbohydrate, protein, and fat.    While micronutrients are needed in much smaller amounts...

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15

Jun

MI Paste and Caries Prevention

Dental caries is a common problem that affects a vast majority of adults. It is caused by the action of acids on the enamel surface. These acids are produced when sugars in foods and beverages react with bacteria found in the dental biofilm or plaque on the surface of the affe...

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15

Jun

CPP-ACP In Caries Prevention

Caries also called as tooth decay and cavities refer to the breakdown of teeth due to acids produced by bacteria. According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, about 92% of adults ages 20 to 64 have dental caries in their permanent teeth. Figures also r...

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15

Jun

How Are Periodontal Disease and Preterm Labor Related?

Is There Really a Link Between Periodontal Disease and Preterm Labor? Find Out Today! Introduction Linked to heart disease, heart attack, arthritis[i], and even stroke, Periodontal disease is a serious medical issue for years back. Periodontal disease is the term that is being us...

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15

Jun

Your Heart Is Affected By Your Mouth’s Health

Good oral hygiene is not just about keeping your teeth white as pearls and avoiding bad breaths or expensive procedures in the dentist’s office. What goes on in your mouth has a major impact on your overall health and well being. Often it is hard for us to understand how ou...

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15

Jun

Relationship Between Periodontal Disease and Joint Problems

What Is the Relationship Between Periodontal Disease and Joint Problems? Joint problems – including joint pain, swelling, tenderness, inflammation and limited range of motion, are all problems which can create great difficulties in one’s life. These are all the common...

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15

Jun

Activated Charcoal Toothpaste

Regular dental hygiene is crucial for pearly whites, prevention of gum diseases and tooth decay, and for overall health too. Bearing in mind the importance of brushing teeth, we take time when buying toothpastes. It’s not a decision you make in a few seconds. Nor it is a...

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15

Jun

All What You Need To Know About Gingivitis

Gingivitis is a common gum disease indicated by inflammation of the gingiva, the area of the gum around the base of the teeth. It is the early stage of periodontal disease which affects 47.2% of adults aged 30 or older and 70.1% of Americans who are 65 or older[i]. While the r...

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15

Jun

Temporomandibular Disorders

Temporomandibular disorder (TMD) is a term that refers to dysfunction and symptoms affecting the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). Like any other joint in the body, TMJ is prone to injuries and damage that induce various symptoms whose severity varies from one person to another. Thi...

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