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Oral health and Genetics

Oral health and Genetics

Understanding the Role of Genetics in Oral Health Genetics plays a significant role in shaping our overall health, and oral …

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Dental Misconceptions: You Don’t Need to Floss

The Importance of Flossing Flossing plays a vital role in oral hygiene by removing plaque and food particles from between …

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Common Dental Myths

Myth: Sugar is the primary cause of cavities While it is true that consuming large amounts of sugar can contribute …

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Same Day Crowns And The Benefits

Same day crowns have revolutionised the way dental crowns are placed, making the process quicker and more convenient for patients. …

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What Causes Teeth to Move?

Teeth movement is a natural process that happens for various reasons, such as growth, aging, and even dental procedures. One …

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The woman has a sore ear - infection, inflammation from infection and otitis. Perforation ruptured the eardrum. Arthritis of the temporal lower jaw joint, osteoarthritis and pain in the jaw, mastoiditis.

Temporo-Mandibular Jaw Pain and the Different Types of Treatment Available.

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain is a common condition that affects the jaw joint and surrounding muscles. It can cause discomfort, …

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Childhood Caries: Causes and Prevention

Childhood caries, also known as tooth decay or cavities, is a common problem among young children. It is important for …

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Protein Shakes and the Effects On Your Teeth.

Protein shakes have become a popular choice for those looking to build muscle and recover quickly after a workout. However, …

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