Dental problems are always serious, but most of them can be easily prevented. Brushing twice a day, flossing daily, eating properly and regular dental checkups can preventing dental problems. Here are some common dental problems. Bad Breath What you eat affects the air you exhale. Certain foods, such as garlic, onions etc contribute to objectionable…

Fluoride is a mineral that is found naturally in many things we eat or drink. It is nature’s way of helping to prevent cavities. Professional strength (in-office fluorides) and low strength (home fluorides) each play important roles in helping to keep your teeth for life. In the lifelong fight against cavities, both adults and children…

There are many different reasons for gum disease or Periodontal disease. Most periodontal disease activity if caught early is very easily treated. It may require a deep periodontal cleaning and periodontal surgery. Some of the reasons are Improper home care. Lack of regular dentist visit. Genetic disposition. This does not mean that if your parents…

Please don’t think that if you don’t have an oral symptom you don’t have an oral problem! There are also a number of oral health problems that can exist even before a recognizable symptom appears. Far too many people believe that they couldn’t possibly have an existing oral problem if an observable symptom doesn’t manifest…

Many of us say we have “sensitive teeth.” We usually mean that we feel twinges of pain or discomfort in our teeth in certain situations. These may include: Drinking or eating cold things Drinking or eating hot things Eating sweets Touching the teeth with other teeth or the tongue Causes Brushing your teeth too hard….

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