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What To Do When a Dental Emergency Happens?

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Figures shared by the American Dental Association tell us that each year nearly 2 million people visit the hospital emergency departments (EDs) for dental pain. Tooth ache and painful gums have many causes, and several of them may call for emergency measures. So, what is a dental emergency and what should you do when it happens? ..


The Benefits Of Oil Pulling For Dental Health

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Do you know that swishing oil in your mouth may help improve your dental health? Surprised? Here’s the evidence for you. A 2020 study suggests that oil pulling with coconut oil may benefit dental hygiene and oral health. Another study ..


Pros and Cons of Permanent Denture Methods

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Also known as implant-supported or fixed dentures, permanent dentures are dental prosthetic substitutes for the full arch of missing teeth. Unlike traditional removable dentures that rely on suction or adhesives to stay in ..


Does Drinking More Water Protect Your Teeth?

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Water is paramount for optimal health as it supports several bodily functions. But do you know that it is essential for good oral health too? Curious to learn more? Read ..

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Home Remedies For Swollen Gums

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When suffering from gum disease, swollen gums is one of its most common and earliest signs. The CDC estimates that about half (46%) of adults aged 30 and above in America have some form of gum disease ..


6 Possible Causes Of A Bitter Taste In The Mouth

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Acid reflux, lack of oral hygiene, and yeast infection are common reasons for a bitter mouth. In addition, smoking and excessive alcohol consumption may leave a bitter aftertaste in your …


Can Brushing Too Often Be More Harmful Than Helpful?

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If you are diligent about your oral health, brushing your teeth at least twice and flossing once a day must be a part of your routine. Some people brush after every meal to dislodge food particles …

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How Oral Health Impacts your Immune System?

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The mouth is the gateway into the body, whereas the immune system is your body’s bodyguard. We use our mouths to perform several functions—to eat, talk, laugh, drink, spit, and sometimes breathe. On the other hand, the immune system fights …