Archive for the ‘Oral Health’ Category

Treatments of Receding Gums

Sunday, November 30th, 2014

Gum recession is a common dental issue. Majority of the people never notice, at least at early stages, that they have gum recession because it happens slowly. The first sign of gum recession is usually tooth sensitivity, or you may notice a tooth looks longer than normal.



Symptoms of Receding Gums

Sunday, November 23rd, 2014

Receding gums is the oral problem happens when the margin of the tissue that surrounds the teeth wears away in a direction toward the end of the root, causing more exposure of the tooth.



Oral Care Tips for Teens

Friday, November 14th, 2014

Teenagers are normally careless about their teeth and oral health. They may be busy with school, college, sports, friends and other social activities. Most of them find excuse of not having enough time to even brush their teeth. They also have habit of eating lot of junk food.



How to Take Care of Oral Piercing

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

Oral piercings, in all available forms, may look cool and attractive; however they can be unsafe and lead to certain health complications. Mouth contains loads of bacteria, so infection and swelling often occur with mouth piercings.



Complications of Oral Piercings

Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

Growing obsession and trend of oral piercing in new generation has raised the concern of dental and medical professionals due to the associated complications and hazards to oral and general health.



What is Oral Piercing

Tuesday, October 14th, 2014

Body piercing is a common form of expressing one’s identity and making a distinct impression. Oral piercing body parts for jewelry placement include the lips, cheeks, frenum and uvula. However, the most common site for oral piercing is the tongue.



Oral Health Damanging Medications

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

All medications are not potential threat to oral health. However, certain medications may be harmful to your oral health. One of the earliest identified oral health side effects involved use of tetracycline.



How to Avoid Oral Side Effects of Medication

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

As a general rule, medicines are formulated and prepared to make you feel better. But drugs have a potential a risk of side effects. These side effects are there for all types of medicines, taken by mouth or injected. There is large number of medicines known to cause oral problems.



Worst Foods for Your Teeth

Sunday, September 21st, 2014

There are many foods that you should avoid in order to keep your mouth health and your teeth good looking. You should take care of your food to prevent food-related tooth harm whenever teeth damaging food manages to pass through your lips. A chilled can of soft drink may satisfy your thirst in hot summer days; however it does not favor your teeth.



Alarming Signs about Oral Health

Sunday, September 14th, 2014

Most of the diseases may cause symptoms in your mouth. This fact makes your dentist’s role critical for identifying serious health conditions developing silently inside your body. That is why it is very important to see your dentist at least two times a year for dental cleanings and checkups.