5 Dental Tips on Enjoying Easter Eggs

Easter Sunday already… this year is really flying by! As we remember the resurrection of Jesus today with the distribution of those yummy and tempting Easter eggs and some of us “going back on the chocolate after lent”, it is important that we don’t neglect our dental health. Enjoy those Easter treats definitely!  But also…

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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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Five Reasons to Thank Your Dentist

Believe it or not, dentistry is not all rainbows and roses. Keeping you pain-free and telling you the best jokes, we’re grateful for everything dentists do. Here are five reasons to thank your dentist: 1 – They help prevent dental disease or detect it early enough to stop it Your dentist really has a unique…

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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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Contribution Of Dr. R. Ahmed to Dental Education in India

Dr. Ahmed’s contribution to dental education has been significant. In 1945, the Government of India set up a committee under the chairmanship of Sir Joseph Bhore with three well known dental educationists, viz., Dr. Marshall Day, Dr. V. M. Desai and Dr. R. Ahmed, to investigate into the divergent policy of dental education offered to…

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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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Dr. R. Ahmed A Visionary

As we celebrate the National Dentists day on the 24th of December in memory of the greatest pioneer of Indian Dentistry Dr. R. Ahmed, here is something more you will discover about him…. In 1920, a year after his return from USA, He set up his surgical practice in Calcutta and became a busy practitioner….

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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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5 steps to overcome diabetes in your child

Diabetes can often be managed through a change in diet, increasing exercise, and maintaining a healthy weight, although some patients may require diabetes medication – such as metformin. When they’re first diagnosed, kids with diabetes may worry about what it will mean. Some might worry about having to take insulin shots. Other kids with diabetes might…

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The 4 “T’s” to look for Juvenile diabetes

Type 1 diabetes is the most common form of the condition among children and adolescents. This diabetes in children, previously called juvenile diabetes, occurs when the pancreas is unable to produce insulin. Since insulin is not present, sugar cannot travel from the blood into the cells, and high blood sugar levels can result unless they are…

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