Oral Care

How Smoking Affects Oral Health

Smoking is one of the leading causes of several oral conditions such as gum disease, staining, oral cancer - in severe cases - and tooth loss. People who smoke tend to ignore these possibilities despite the consequences.

New Study: Poor Oral Health Linked To 75% Increase In Liver Cancer Risk

Poor oral health is associated with a 75% increased risk of hepatocellular carcinoma, the most common form of liver cancer, new research has found.

Tooth Sensitivity? Try These Hacks For Instant Pain Relief

Before booking an appointment with your dentist over nagging teeth sensitivity, here is a list of hacks you can try at home for instant pain relief.

6 Oral Health Products You Never Knew You Needed

There are a number of amazing products on the market that are all specially designed to keep your teeth and gums as healthy as possible.

Could Arthritis Be Giving You TMJ Pain?

A temporomandibular joint syndrome occurs when the joint connecting your jaw to your skull is damaged. Arthritis could be one of the reasons why you are experiencing jaw pain.

Why Are Your Gums Bleeding?

Find out the reasons why your gums are bleeding and discover what you can do to stop it.

Unfolding The Facts About Wisdom Teeth

Some people can go their whole lives without having their wisdom teeth removed and experience no issues. Others are not so lucky and could have misaligned wisdom teeth that require immediate removal.

7 Reasons Proper Oral Hygiene Can Help You Lose Weight

If you are having doubts about the apparent relationship between your oral hygiene and your weight, these seven reasons might help you understand further.

4 Alternative Drinks For Kids To Fight Cavities

Here’s a list of natural drinks that reduce the chances of cavities in children.

How to Treat And Eliminate Bruxism Naturally

Bruxism is the medical term for teeth grinding. There are two types of bruxism – awake bruxism and sleep bruxism.

What You Need To Know About Dental Veneers

Veneers are a great way to make discolored, crooked, or chipped teeth look amazing, natural, and healthy, but veneers are not right for everyone.

Link Between Oral Care And Substance Abuse Recovery

A team of researchers at the University of Utah School of Dentistry recently explored the effect of comprehensive oral care for a more holistic approach to substance use disorder treatment.


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