World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared year 2016 campaign as “Halt the rise: beat diabetes” to stop the spread of this preventable lifestyle disease that is afflicting India at large. Recent scientific evidence shows that there is two-way relationship between diabetes and gum disease, with diabetes increasing the risk for pyorrhea and gum infection increasing blood sugar. Continue reading Halt the Rise : Beat Diabetes through Oral Health Maintenance
The tongue is the major part of mouth, it helps us in two main actions eating and speaker. Without this part, tasting different dishes in different place is impossible. Singing, calling someone, whistle, to chew something and swallow in all these actions tongue plays a vital role. We all know it is an integral part of our life but we won’t give much importance to it, as a private report says only 30% of overall population gives importance to tongue cleaning. Believe it or not tongue is an port for the millions of bacteria . This muscle man is actually made up of group of muscles with each one having a specific job to perform. For example the muscle under the tip helps to move food from the front of the mouth to the back where it can mix with saliva and break down into swallowing bits. Continue reading Why tongue cleaning is so important?
The term “Buck Teeth” describes teeth that are too far forward. The buckteeth and the upper jaw bone have moved forward and as a result the spaces between the teeth get larger and larger. The lip is also pushed up because of the teeth. The teeth actually push the lip up as they tip forward. Doctors can correct the problem with buckteeth correction treatments.
Being blessed with naturally straight teeth is something that not all people can boast of. More often than not, people have teeth that’s a little crooked or perhaps misaligned. And when you want your teeth straightened, the best option is always to see an orthodontist and get braces. But if you want to know how to straighten teeth at home, then we will say your taking some serious risks. Continue reading How to control my buck teeth from further coming forward
What is Edentulism?
Edentulism is the condition of being toothless to at least some degree; in organisms (such as humans) that naturally have dentition, it is the result of tooth loss. Loss of some teeth results in partial edentulism, whereas loss of all teeth results in complete edentulism. Persons who have lost teeth are (either partially or completely) edentulous (edentate), whereas those who have not lost teeth can be called dentate by comparison. This edentulism remains a major disease worldwide, especially among older adults . Continue reading Improved solution to avoid toothless jaw