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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Journey of Dr. R. Ahmed

Indian Dental Association (IDA) passed a resolution to declare December 24th as National Dentist Day to celebrate birth anniversary of Padmabhushan Dr.  R. Ahmed, Father of Modern Indian Dentistry A great visionary to Dentistry, Dr Rafiuddin Ahmed was born on December 24th, 1890 in Bardhanpara, East Bengal, Undivided India, Dr. Rafiuddin Ahmed is remembered as the nester and Father of Modern…

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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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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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Top 15 Dental Myth and Facts :: Part 1

Most people with fear of the dentist must have heard some dental myths or horror stories at some point in their lives which affected their consciousness. Such dental myths can affect a person’s perception of a dentist and what he does causing him or her to put off visits to the dentist. This could lead to serious…

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5 Tips to Deal with Sugar Addiction

Sugar addiction is basically a relentless sugar craving that is triggered in the brain due to mental hunger or an inherent sweet tooth. Yet, excessive sugar is not a good thing in the long run. It can lead to diabetes and various other issues like high cholesterol, hypertension, and obesity. Also, people whose grandparents have suffered…

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