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  • 3 Simple Tips to Protect Your Teeth While Playing Sports

    Sports are great for your physical and mental health. If you’re someone who plays regularly, you’re probably aware of how a good game can lift your spirits and uplift your mood.

  • How Practical is Anti-Aging Dentistry?

    The truth is that no one wants to look older than they are. In fact, they want to look younger. Today, markets are full of harmful, chemical-based products like anti-aging creams, and costly procedures like face-lifting surgeries to cater to the widespread need for a younger-looking, rejuvenated face.

  • Are Women More Susceptible to Oral Health Problems?

    If you’re a woman, you know how tough life already is. As if the widely prevalent socioeconomic issues like sexism, misogyny, and the gender wage gap weren’t enough, nature decided to throw some biological issues like PMS, menopause, breast cancer, and ovarian cancer into the mix!

  • Oil Pulling: Fact or Fad?

    Oil pulling is a trend that has managed to get quite a lot of celebrity attention. Hollywood stars like Gwyneth Paltrow and Shailene Woodley swear by it!

  • Everything Parents Should Know about Shark Teeth

    The ‘extra’ teeth that you noticed behind your kid’s milk teeth are distinctive but not rare. Shark teeth, or medically known as ectopic tooth eruption is present in 2% to 6% of children in America.

  • Why Dental Implants Are Useful

    Damaged or missing teeth can compromise your oral health. Many factors, including dental caries, erosion, trauma, or periodontal diseases, can lead to teeth loss.

  • How to Care for Your Oral Health During Pregnancy

    Your oral cavity experiences reversible and irreversible changes due to the hormonal changes caused by pregnancy. Some of those oral changes include gingivitis, gingival hyperplasia, pyogenic granuloma, and salivary changes. Other than the physiological and systemic alterations that your body goes through during pregnancy, you also experience behavioral changes. A recent study found that due …

  • 4 Reasons for Bad Breath

    Halitosis or bad breath is very common, and more than 50% of the general population experiences it. Unfortunately, many people experience the condition without knowing they have it since it’s difficult for the human nose to smell the mouth’s odor. So is there a way to tell if you have bad breath? Certainly. Checking if …

  • 4 Most Popular Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures

    Since the evolution of social media, people can’t seem to move around without their phones. Likes, comments, and followers have become the new social accolades. In times like these, everyone has become conscious of how they look online. If you’re posting a picture on Instagram, you’re likely to make sure everything ‘looks perfect.’ In the …