Archive for April, 2013

What Happens if Cavities are Left Untreated and Allowed to Grow?

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013:

Cavities are black or dark brown colored pits or holes that develop on the surface of the teeth especially at the back molars and other molars that are involve in chewing and grinding foods. Cavities are common dental problems among children as well as young adults. Though cavities can be effectively prevented with proper oral […]   Read More →

What Causes Cavities?

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013:

Cavities are one of the most common dental problems in children as well as adults. Cavities if left untreated can lead to severe tooth pain. So, what causes cavities? Do you know that cavities are caused by harmful bacteria that colonize in your teeth? What are cavities? Cavities also called as dental caries are created […]   Read More →

Natural Home Remedies for a Toothache Relief While Pregnant

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013:

Toothache is common during pregnancy. The most common reason for a toothache while pregnant is bacterial dental caries or decay. Toothache can cause added stress on the body and this can be harmful to both the mother as well as the baby. Therefore, even a minor toothache should be treated. Treating pregnant women with antibiotics […]   Read More →

How to Prevent Teeth Grinding Before Damaging Your Teeth

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013:

Bruxism is a medical term for teeth grinding. Teeth grinding takes place when you are angry or stressed or tensed. Regular grinding of teeth during the day or night can become habitual. Though people may consider teeth grinding as minor problem, its profound effects on health is notable. Curing teeth grinding becomes essential due to […]   Read More →

How to Stop a Toothache

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013:

Toothache can range from slight to severe excruciating pain. Toothache pain may cause sharp or dull constant pain and may even spread to ears, jaws and head too. Toothache can be because of several dental reasons that include decayed tooth, caries, fractured or broken tooth, locked in food between the teeth, infection and inflammation of […]   Read More →

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