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Can there be side effects of bad oral hygiene?
Halitosis which means bad breath is caused because of millions of bacteria that live in mouth particularly on the back of tongue.Accumulation of ca...
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What is the need of orthodontic treatment? At what age can it be done?
Teeth alignment plays a key role to enhance your smile and your personality Here alignment includes very wide range of corrections like: spacing in...
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What precautions can be taken during pregnancy?
Whenever planning for pregnancy, to be free of oral and dental problems in this crucial phase a few small things are to be followed judiciously Pre...
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A warm & beautiful smile is the universal language of kindness
SMILE is the best curve that puts everything straight so let's start caring for it.Give us opportunity to enhance your smile to make it more bea...
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Hormones and Dental Health: What Every Woman Needs to Know
Your weight. Your mood. Your sex drive. Your dental health. There’s one thing that can make all these aspects of your health go haywire — hormo...
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Dental health
Keep your teeth and gums as healthy as possible and keep visits to the dentist to a minimum.
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Tongue-tie
Tongue-tie (ankyloglossia) is a problem affecting some babies with a tight piece of skin between the underside of their tongue and the floor of their mouth (lingual frenulum). It can sometimes affect the baby's feeding, making it hard for them to attach properly to their mother's breast.
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Mouth ulcers
Mouth ulcers are painful round or oval sores that form in the mouth, most often on the inside of the cheeks or lips. They're usually white, red, yellow or grey in colour and are inflamed (red and swollen) around the edge.
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Metallic taste in the mouth
Some people experience a metallic taste in their mouth from time to time. It's not uncommon, and there's usually an obvious reason for it.
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Temporomandibular disorder (TMD)
Temporomandibular disorder (TMD) is a problem affecting the 'chewing' muscles and the joints between the lower jaw and the base of the skull. Doctors sometimes refer to the condition as "myofascial pain disorder"
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Dry mouth
It's normal to occasionally have a dry mouth if you’re dehydrated or feeling nervous, but a persistently dry mouth can be a sign of an underlying problem. You should see your dentist or GP if you have an unusually dry mouth (known as xerostomia) so they can try to determine the cause.
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