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Need to remove unproblematic impacted tooth or not?

Impacted teeth are those teeth which have not erupted perfectly. Instead of erupting out of the gums, these impacted teeth remain below the surface of the gums. The basic reason for the tooth impaction is that such teeth get wedged against another adjacent tooth and grows in the wrong direction. Usu read more

How important is good oral hygiene for our pets?

Just like humans, the oral hygiene of pets is extremely important. Pets, especially cats and dogs are vulnerable to a number of health risks due to poor oral hygiene. If the proper oral hygiene of pets is not maintained, they can suffer from periodontal disease. The fact is, pets are dependent upon read more

Five facts about teeth which you might not know

Teeth are very important parts of the body. Here are some facts about teeth which people usually do not know about. Let us discuss the 5 important facts about teeth which are not well known. Sour can be damaging for teeth as well People think that sugar is the only thing whic read more

Who should not undergo teeth whitening

Teeth whitening procedures can effectively make the teeth whiter and brighter temporarily, however, these techniques and procedures are not suitable for everyone. For some people, teeth whitening procedures would not be recommended and for some individuals these techniques would not display successf read more

Try to avoid gum recession!

Gum recession is among the most common gum problems. Gum recession means the exposure of the roots of the teeth,? caused by? the loss of gum tissue. This problem is most common among people above the age of 40 and this condition does not occur rapidly, in fact, it takes a period of months or years f read more

Bleeding gums. Is this the sign of gum disease?

Bleeding gums are the signs and symptoms of a definite gum or tooth disease. Almost every disease pertaining to the teeth or gums holds bleeding gums among the chief indicators. Nonetheless, continual bleeding of gums can be due to other serious disorders, for instance, platelet disorders or leukemi read more
 

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