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Being sensitive is not good for teeth!

There’s nothing more irritating than a sensitive tooth. A person cannot venture into eating or drinking anything cool, too sour or hot with sensitive teeth. Our teeth have four layers; the outer enamel, inner dentin, pulp and cementum. Teeth become sensitive when the outer enamel layer wears off and the food you eat comes in direct contact with the dentin tubules. Although there is no permanent solution for the problem various clinical and home remedies are…

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Healthy gums mean healthy teeth!

One of the very important aspects of dental hygiene is health of gums. When gums are affected by a disease called as periodontal or gum disease, it severely hampers oral hygiene and threatens a beautiful smile. In ever changing world of dental technology, research and treatment, it is essential to be active in education and learning regarding common dental…

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You can look younger even by keeping your mouth healthy!

Your mouth is more than just a pretty smile. It’s also a gateway to your overall general health. Keeping this gateway clean may keep you looking younger.

People associate teeth with age, according to a survey. Just as white, straight teeth suggest youth, a smile with crooked, discolored, or missing teeth is associated with an aged look. The phrase ‘Long in the tooth,’ describes older persons. This reflects the fact that gum disease…

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