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Not all tooth pain may have dental origins!!

... the scientific community. In a terse message, the dentists said that all toothache need not have dental origi...ce from the masses. So much so that patients visit dentists only with terminal problems or when the pain becomes unbearable.A small problem is easier to cure bu...

Thumb Sucking in children Lead to Overbite

...fice by the time they reach adolescence, a team of dentists reports.Their study found that kids who used a pacifier or sucked their fingers or thumb by the age of 4 to 5 were more likely to develop protruding front teeth and an irregular bite, compared with their peers who gave up the habit at an earlier age....

Awareness of oral cancer is low

...nt of the group knew this. Researchers feel that dentists might do more to raise awareness of oral cancers, say the researchers. If you have symptoms such as a mouth ulcer or lip sore that doesn't heal, see your doctor or dentist without delay....

Ways to whiter teeth!

...ite for a while and then, destroyed them! However, dentists have now discovered many easy and ingenuous ways o...not get at the deep stains. More recently however, dentists have been developing peroxide-containing gels which can tackle the stains that penetrate the tooth e...

A Reason To Smile

...ren) a 2000 survey showed, less than 10 percent of dentists said they use lasers. However, a more recent survey shows 14 percent of dentists plan to buy a laser for hard tissue and 10 percent plan to buy one for soft tissue uses. The contin...

Poor Oral Health An Indicator Of Heart Disease

...ease and coronary heart disease, it is better that dentists recommend or consider cardiac examinations to patients who have poor oral health even if they do not have symptoms of heart disease....

The Effects Of Dental X-Rays During Pregnancy Questioned

...as their doctor knows they are pregnant since most dentists are cautious about taking X-rays during pregnancy. Researchers say more research needs to be done to substantiate the recent findings ....

Dental Caries An Indicator Of Heart Disease

...ease and coronary heart disease, it is better that dentists recommend or consider cardiac examinations to patients who have poor oral health even if they do not have symptoms of heart disease....

Futuristic devices are here to take care of dental problems

...ing that begins in US today, it is expected //that dentists from the world over can take a peek to some very i...al care, the convention is expected to provide the dentists means to diagnose dental problems at very early stages, that will go a long way in preventing dental...

Dental appointment fear: is it gender specific?

...ough women are 2.5 times as likely to be afraid of dentists than men, men too are as likely to eel afraid, only they’ll admit it less. In the first ever nation wide study of Canadian nationals about fears and tension regarding dental appointments, researchers have found out that fear in men often remain unre...

Sedation dentistry: a new way to overcome fear of dentists

If fear of dentists has kept you away from making an appointment with ...ocedure can take place. Other than sedative pills, dentists can also use nitrous oxide or intravenous injection to sedate the patient. The patient however will ...

Dental X-ray to predict risk of stroke

...is or blocked carotid artery in the patient. The dentists to observe the entire structure of the mouth, like...feel that the study brings into focus the role the dentists play in determining the overall health of the patients and not just limited to taking care of their ...

Watch out those of you planning for a predetermined Cesarean Section

... who have dental caries should inform their family dentists if they had a C-section delivery because of the potentially higher risk that the child would also develop caries. Dr. Li explained that "Vaginally-delivered infants offer oral bacteria a less hospitable environment; they develop more resistance to t...

Smokers Avoid Dental Care More Than Others

...ke are often the ones who make fewer visits to the dentists than their nonsmoking counterparts. This happens in spite of the fact that smoking puts them more at risk from periodontal diseases than others.// The finding holds true regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, location and...

Treating Dental Problems Of Abused Children Need Special Care

...ldhood sex abuse can present unique challenges for dentists and dental office staff members. Researchers sai...of childhood sex abuse, researchers speculate that dentists probably see patients who were abused “several times a week.” The JADA study notes that because de...

Wisdom Teeth: To Be Or Not To Be?

...cteria due to their crooked position in the mouth, dentists advise that early removal reduces the risk of developing potentially serious infections in later life....

Overdentures: An Optimal Solution To Edentulousness

One of the main challenges faced by dentists since times immemorial has been the ability to rep...se overdentures has been a subject of interest for dentists across the world. A new study published in the Journal of Periodontology found that the survival rat...

Water fluoridation and tooth decay

...rs including glucose, sucrose and lactose. In fact dentists recommend that kids should be given fluoride therapy at certain ages when molars are erupting into the oral cavity. Fluoride toothpastes are also recommended. Dental caries is caused as a result of the dissolution of tooth enamel by acids. Improper b...

Gum Disease Increases Chances Of Pre-Term Birth

...s by saying, "All women of childbearing age, their dentists and physicians should be aware of the systemic risks from oral inflammation with periodontal pathology." Dr. White added that since symptoms appear late in gum disease, people tended to ignore them, "Dentists have become complacent. The last thing t...

Non-Communicable Diseases Mounting Up At An Alarming Rate in India

... Rajah Sir Muthiah Medical College Hospital and 20 dentists from the Chidambaram Dental College and ophthalmologists from Aravind Eye Hospital attended the camp. The local resident participation was very encouraging. A government organized health camp in Chennai conducted the previous year revealed that mor...

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