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Dental Concerns Unique to Pregnancy

Dental Concerns Unique to Pregnancy

Importance of Dental Health During Pregnancy Good oral hygiene plays a crucial role in maintaining overall health and well-being. During pregnancy, hormonal changes in the body can lead to an increased risk of several dental problems such as gum disease, tooth decay,...
Choosing a Family Dentist

Choosing a Family Dentist

When you’re talking about the oral health of yourself and your family, there is no excuse for neglecting regular dental care. There are various kinds of dentists and specialists, but if you need general dental treatment, a family dentist is a great choice. Family...
Silent Killer: The Urgency of Lookout for Oral Cancer

Silent Killer: The Urgency of Lookout for Oral Cancer

Oral Cancer Oral cancer is a relatively uncommon, but potentially life-threatening disease that affects various parts of the mouth, including the lips, tongue, gums, palate, and throat. While its incidence rate is lower compared to other types of cancers such as...
Removing Tartar

Removing Tartar

Brush and brush and brush, but you probably will not be able to get rid of all the plaque on your teeth. Even with regular brushing, some amount of plaque will build up on your teeth and turn into a hard substance called tartar. It simply can’t be removed without...
Questions to Ask Your General Dentist

Questions to Ask Your General Dentist

The Importance of Regular Dental Check-ups Regular dental check-ups are essential for maintaining good oral health. Even if you brush and floss regularly, there are some areas of your mouth that you may miss, making it possible for plaque and tartar to build up. Over...