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How Poor Oral Health May Cause Liver Cancer?

You may have heard from your dentist that your mouth is actually the window to your body and also your health. And now, we can get a lot of evidence that proves this statement to be true. The liver helps to filter your blood. Cancer results in serious illness and makes it very tough for

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Dental Hygiene


Well, we all know that almost every people love to eat fruits not only because of their sweetness, and juiciness but also they are a healthy source of Vitamin C. Usually, fruits and fruit drinks may be very acidic, and consuming highly Acidic Foods and drinks everyday can spoil our teeth, if not taken proper

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How Can You Save Your Tooth with A Dental Crown?

The use of dental crowns goes back more than a hundred years and tens of millions of people have received them. This well-established dental procedure has proven its value in saving teeth and beautifying smiles. How do crowns strengthen teeth? If you continue to exert pressure on your damaged tooth when you eat, the damage may eventually

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4 Facts About Invisalign® To Help You Decide On Your Orthodontic Treatment

Invisalign® is becoming highly popular in orthodontic treatment today, mainly owing to the benefits brought about by it. Invisalign® is virtually invisible and thus, high school and college students who are not the fondest of brackets and wires coming in between their beautiful smiles, are increasingly shifting to Invisalign® for their orthodontic treatment. There’s one

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What Do You Need To Know About A Root Canal Treatment?

Are you scheduled to undergo a root canal treatment? Or are you considering getting a root canal treatment? Either way, the best way to prepare for your treatment is knowing what the treatment is about. Do you want to know what would happen during your root canal treatment? Will the root canal treatment hurt? Are

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Gum Disease And Its Associated Health Risks

The most important attribute of gum disease is its early detection and treatment. In absence of this, gum disease advances to its later stages, namely – periodontitis and advanced periodontitis. Here’s what has been reported by the American Dental Association on the risk of periodontitis: Chronic periodontitis affects 47.2% of adults over 30 in the

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