Methods for growing back healthy gums. Gum recession can be painful, but there are 5 ways you can correct this problem.
Six Ways Good Oral Hygiene Keeps You Healthy and that having healthy teeth and gums can help boost your overall health:
Gum Disease And Women’s Hormones Are Associated. Studies connect hormonal changes in women to her oral health. How?
There is no reason seniors cannot keep their teeth for a lifetime, since tooth loss is simply the result of an oral disease – not the aging process.
What is your mouth trying to tell you? Did you know that your dentist may be the very person to be able to diagnose a health issue just by looking in your mouth?
Pick The Best Electric Toothbrush Electric toothbrush provides a different kind of experience compared to brushing with regular toothbrush or manual toothbrush. It provides a sense of sophistication and ease on maintaining your oral hygiene. Now, more and more people love it because of its different kind of action. You can choose either the simple […]
What can you do regarding Alzheimer’s disease? While Alzheimer’s can not be completely prevented, there are many things one can do to delay the onset or to slow the progression of the disease. Here are 8 ways to delay the onset of Alzheimer’s disease: 1. Have coffee– Studies have shown that drinking three to five cups of coffee […]
Why Do I Need To Have Dental CheckUps? Dental checkups or exams are important to keep your permanent teeth healthy for the rest of your life. It is recommended to have a dental checkup done twice a year. For most people this is enough, but in some cases where there is dental problems such as gum […]
You can never save too much. If you look closely on the ‘art of spending’, saving on the things or services you purchase is a form of success. And this concept applies to everything in life, even your dental care; well, especially on your dental care. So if you can, you might want to save […]
Many people are not conscious about their diet. Foods they purchase and take in everyday has a big factor in maintaining healthy body, healthy mind and healthy mouth and teeth. These things are greatly intertwined. One cannot be perfect without the other. As an example, one cannot have a healthy body without a healthy mouth. […]
Diabetes and Oral Care Oral health care is an aspect of health that is rarely given a serious attention to. There are a lot of people who do not really understand its connection to other health problems. Knowing the facts about common diseases like diabetes linked to oral health is a good prevention of other […]
There are many myths about good dental care. Some false beliefs are even passed down from parents to children. As a result, children have digested these myths and circulated it in their consciousness. Here are common myths: “If your teeth seem to look okay, then, you do not need to visit your dentist.” This belief […]
Diabetes and Periodontal Disease Keeping ones blood glucose levels in control is what a diabetic person’s top priority in dealing with oral health is. This is because if you have diabetes and your blood glucose is erratic, you will likely develop periodontal disease or gum disease. There is a great possibility of untimely loss of […]
Did you know that seniors develop as many cavities as children do? Modern dentistry has helped us keep our teeth longer, which is great news. At the same time, because seniors have their teeth longer, chances of dental caries is higher. Teeth are exposed to a number of damaging factors. Everyone can develop cavities, young […]
If you have bleeding gums, watch this video: If your gums are bleeding, it is very important to treat it right away. Bleeding gums may be just the beginning stages of gum disease or it could be in advanced stages. We can easily diagnose what stage you are in by measuring your gums and checking […]
If you often see a pink tinge in the sink after you have brushed your teeth, you have bleeding gums. Bleeding gums is an oral problem, it’s a sign of inflammation of the gingiva. Unlike what is said on popular belief, it is not normal. Gingivitis or bleeding gums can be easily corrected. However, it […]
This year’s National Dental Oral Hygiene Month, NDHM theme “It’s Simple. Healthy habits for a healthy smile,” promotes the idea that good oral hygiene habits are simple to establish and maintain, even for the person living an active lifestyle. “Brush, Floss, Rinse, Chew” reminds consumers that keeping a healthy mouth can have lasting effects, including helping prevent […]
As adults, we all know that cigarette or tobacco smoking is hazardous to our body’s health. But do we really know how smoking and oral health come hand in hand? Nowadays, a lot of people, even the young ones, are captivated in smoking because of the lack of education of what the threats are. […]
Did you know that oral health can offer clues about your overall health? According to health experts, oral healthcare is much more than just maintaining that beautiful smile, as many serious diseases are associated with poor oral hygiene. Your mouth is home to millions of bacteria, most are harmless. Normally the body’s natural defenses and good oralhealth care can keep these bacteria […]
A new study by Columbia University’s College of Dental Medicine shows that periodontal or gum disease is an early indication of diabetes. Most people don’t think of their dentist when it comes to health problems that are not found in one’s mouth. But a dentist can actually be the first line of defense in reducing the risk for […]
Bad breath, also known as halitosis, is breath that has an unpleasant odor. This odor can strike periodically or be persistent, depending on the cause. In many people, the millions of bacteria that live in the mouth (particularly on the back of the tongue) are the primary causes of bad breath. The mouth’s warm, moist […]