Archive for January, 2013

Essential Vitamins for Bad Breath to Combat Halitosis

Friday, January 18th, 2013:

Bad breath also called as halitosis can be troublesome especially while having a conversation with someone. Many a time the culprit behind bad breath is teeth decay, cavities and gum diseases. Certain medical conditions and foods also contribute to bad breath. If you brush and floss regularly but still continue to give away bad breath, […]   Read More →

What Do Cavities Do to your Teeth?

Friday, January 18th, 2013:

Cavities or dental caries occur when your tooth is decayed by bacteria plague producing acids. The acids in the plague eat away your tooth’s enamel and create tiny holes or openings. Further, if left unattended these holes will grow deeper and erode the inner dentin layer too. Therefore, it is very important to remove plague […]   Read More →

What are the Symptoms of Cavities

Friday, January 18th, 2013:

Dental cavities occur in an area of tooth that has decayed and grown into small and tiny openings. So, what are the symptoms of cavities? Before that let us know what causes them. Cavities are caused due to constant snacking of sugary or starchy foods allowing bacteria acid to destroy the enamel and due to […]   Read More →

How Much Do Dentists Charge for Affordable Dental Implants?

Friday, January 18th, 2013:

Dental implants are prosthetic teeth that are placed inside the bone in individuals who have lost their teeth. Dental implants are made of titanium steels and once placed deep inside the jaw they function as your natural teeth. Dental implants have a reputation of being costly so; many individuals who want to procure implants may […]   Read More →

Long Term Effects of Grinding your Teeth

Friday, January 18th, 2013:

Teeth grinding is a medical condition in which individual habitually or repeatedly grind or clench their teeth unconsciously especially during sleeping at night. Some individuals may grind their teeth unconsciously during the day in the course of tension or stress or anger. Bruxism can cause several health complications but the long term effects of grinding […]   Read More →

How to Stop Teeth Grinding While Sleeping

Friday, January 18th, 2013:

Teeth grinding also called as bruxism is a medical disorder that affects both children as well as adults. Teeth grinding most often occurs during sleep at night and most of us may not be aware of the fact of grinding teeth. Teeth grinding not only affects one’s sleep but also the sleep of others too. […]   Read More →

Is Teeth Grinding in Kids a Dangerous Habit?

Friday, January 18th, 2013:

Teeth grinding or bruxism occurs in almost 2 to 3 children out of every 10 children. Teeth grinding in kids during early childhood are common and happen in response to several factors. Some kids may grind or clench their teeth during sleeping hours while some may do it even during the day. Causes of teeth […]   Read More →

Causes of Teeth Grinding

Friday, January 18th, 2013:

Teeth grinding during sleep are hard to control and the causes of bruxism are numerous. In severe condition bruxism can cause serious impact on health. Constant repeated grinding of teeth during sleep can strain the jaw muscles and lead to jaw pain, facial pain, tooth pain, stiff and tender jaws, headaches, earaches and teeth damage […]   Read More →

Teeth Grinding During Pregnancy

Friday, January 18th, 2013:

Usually when you wake up in the morning with a terrible headache, you might blame your headache on a bad pillow. But did you ever thought about grinding teeth during sleep in the previous night? If no, then you should probably take a note from now onwards. You might have been grinding your teeth during […]   Read More →

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