DO’s and DON’Ts for Oral Hygiene

Oral health is overall health, and to maintain your overall health, maintaining oral hygiene is the must. here we have few do’s and don’ts which you can follow to maintain your oral hygiene. So let’s start… Do’s Brush twice a day with a soft/medium bristled toothbrush and toothpaste Floss daily Rinse your mouth with a…

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Four Steps for Good Oral Hygiene

Think about your own oral health for a moment. It’s something which far too many of us often overlooked. Developing and maintaining good oral health and hygiene doesn’t have to be expensive, time-consuming or difficult but can lead to so many worthwhile benefits for the mouth and our overall wellbeing. To keep your mouth healthy…

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Tips to prepare oral health budget for your family

2017 was welcomed with a boom!! It is only 3 months into the New Year and for many, self-improvement resolutions are already a distant memory. As it is financial year ending in March, it’s time to think about the dental health budget of your family! Although common resolutions focus on making better decisions about spending, health, and…

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Dental Care: Before, During and After Pregnancy

The health needs of women are unique in various phases of their lives. In specific times women do need to take extra care of themselves, especially  when they mature and change; for example, puberty or menopause, when they have special health needs, such as menstruation or pregnancy.. Did you know that a woman’s oral health…

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Pucker Up your Smile this Valentine

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, The Indian Dental Association says a smile can simply make others feel at ease around you and can be a powerful show of emotion, which can prove remarkably important this Valentine ’s Day for you. When preparing for a date we probably spend more time and money on…

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10 Signs and Symptoms- you can have Oral Cancer

It is important for you to recognise the signs and symptoms of having to begin one of the deadliest diseases i.e Oral Cancer so you can bring them to the attention of your dentist right away. Dentists will definitely look for early signs of mouth cancer during regular checkup but if this condition is caught…

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7 Self Examination Tips to Avoid Oral Cancer

As with all cancers, the earlier a cancer is detected and treated, the better the outcomes. Cancer of tongue, lips, cheeks, oesophagus, larynx and other body bits around your mouth. How often do we examine ourselves for early signs of oral cancer? These 7 tips for self-examination don’t take long, they don’t hurt, you can…

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Dental Tourism in India

Dental Tourism in India has a huge potential, as a person seeking dental help can undergo world class standards of treatments in this country. India is a largest democracy in the world and English language is widely spoken in the country. All the doctors and staff at dental clinics in India are fluent in communicating…

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Tips to shine your teeth this Diwali

In India, the Festival of LIGHT’s, so called “Diwali” is celebrated every year before the winters begin. The season is full of celebrations with family and friends, there is laughter, there are crackers and not to forget there are Sweets!! The brightly coloured wrapped boxes containing sweets are gifted .Chocolates have recently become a favourite…

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4 Types of Brushing Technique

Horizontal Reciprocating Motion: Place the brush on either on left or right side of the teeth and the brush is moved along the side of the dentition to the back region and pull towards the front region.   2. Vibratory motion technique Bass method : It is one of the effective type of the brushing…

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Top 15 Dental Myth and Facts :: Part 3

The more you brush the healthier your teeth will be. Over-brushing the teeth can wear the teeth due to the abrasive property of toothpaste. This could lead to dental problems. In between the twice-a-day brushing regimen, rinse after eating and chew sugar-free gum to avoid plaque build-up.   Children need not be taken to the…

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Top 15 Dental Myth and Facts :: Part 2

The Older You Get The More Teeth You Lose Nowadays seniors and older adults can look forward to a better oral health future than ever before. Today’s population is the first expected to keep healthy, functioning teeth for a lifetime. To do so seniors have special oral health concerns and needs which must be addressed….

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