In continuation to my earlier Blog “Back to the Basics“, I have added some more tips to maintain a healthy oral hygiene:-
How to avoid Bad Breath
Brush twice a day, morning and at bedtime Use tongue cleaner/Scraper after brushing Flossing Avoid smoking/Tobacco products [...]
Hi Everyone, Happy Diwali!!!!!
This is the beginning of the festive season and I thought of sharing a few dental tips so as to ensure you fully enjoy this time of the year without having to worry on your dental health and compromise on what you eat and drink.
Mithais, chocolates etc are integral to [...]
While talking to one of my patient, who happens to be a diabetic, I realized that while he was aware about potential side effects of diabetes on eyes, kidneys and other body parts, there was a complete ignorance on the effects diabetes can have on teeth and general dental health.
Today, I shall talk Wisdom, Wisdom Tooth!!!!!
These are the rearmost teeth in your jaw, two on each side and an adult will usually have four of them, though the number may be less from one individual to another. The eruption of these teeth is usually associated with coming of age; hence they [...]
Many patients come to my clinic complaining of bad breath, and the first question I ask them is: Do you brush twice a day and clean your tongue after brushing? Most of the times, the answer is NO <– And this is the single most important contributing factor leading to bad breath.
As a natural progression to my earlier blog on “Pregnancy and Dental Heath”, today I will talk about milk teeth and ways to keep babies’ cavity free.
Many parents think that milk teeth are not important as anyways they will be replaced by permanent teeth. However, milk [...]
Pregnancy is a life changing experience for a women and it is of utmost importance to take care of herself during this phase of life. Apart from taking care of her overall health, it is crucial to maintain an excellent oral hygiene. Neglecting oral health may lead to several complications not only to [...]
Fluorosis is a cosmetic problem caused due to excessive fluoride intake in which chalk-like discoloration with white spots or lines appears on tooth surface.
In case of mild Fluorosis it will appear as tiny white specks or streaks on teeth which is often unnoticeable. Whereas in severe cases, the teeth are discolored and color changes [...]