• February 3, 2017

    Brush-losophy: Everything You Need to Know about Brushing

    Brushing your teeth properly is the first and most important step in your dental hygiene. Not only does it provide a beautiful smile with shiny teeth, adequate brushing is also absolutely essential when it comes to dental health and preventing some of the greatest threats to your dental health. The most common occurrence is of …

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  • January 29, 2017

    Sjorgen’s Syndrome

    Sjorgen’s Syndrome is a fairly common autoimmune disease that is affecting up to 1% of the American population. The main characteristic of the disease is that the body’s immune system attacks your own glands that produce fluids, such as saliva or tears (the so-called exocrine glands).   The effects are usually major and the condition affects …

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  • January 9, 2017

    Gingivitis – Signs, Symptoms and Treatment

    Waking up with redness and tenderness around your teeth – in your gums – is never a thing you would ever wish for. However, it is usually a mild form of gum disease. In fact, it is just that by definition. More serious cases are termed “periodontitis”. Gingivitis is the most common type of periodontal …

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  • December 17, 2016

    Chewing Gum and Dental Health

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    You’d be hard pressed to find a person who doesn’t enjoy chewing gum at least occasionally. Both children and adults love chewing gums. They are fun to chew and come in a great variety of flavors. Some are consumed purely as a confectionery, while some are popular for their supposed benefits for dental health (even …

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  • December 5, 2016

    The Role of Lidocaine in Dentistry

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    Lidocaine is the name of a frequently used local anesthetic. It is also known as xylocaine or lignocaine. Its effect lasts for about 90 minutes to 2 hours. About half of market share of local anesthetics in the US is occupied by lidocaine-containing products. It is available in various forms that are unrelated to dental …

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