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children's dental care, Dental Health   •   October 18, 2019

3 Killer Tips to Help Kids Overcome Fear of Dentist

Dental fear and anxiety, commonly referred to as DFA, is a phenomenon that is highly common in children and adolescents alike, and this acts as a major restraint for any adult or even a dentist to properly treat a child with the appropriate dental aids. The struggle could be insurmountable and the result could be […]

Dental Health, Oral Health   •   October 14, 2019

Sinister Effects of Smoking on Your Tonsils

Tobacco use is life-threatening. This is definitely not news. You’ve probably encountered countless cases of irreversible lung damage, cardiovascular diseases and various types of cancers in organs such as bladder, cervix, colon and rectum, larynx, liver, esophagus, kidney and ureter, pancreas, larynx, stomach, trachea, and bronchus. In fact, the harmful effects of smoking are so […]

Dental Health   •   August 12, 2019

4 Simple Practices For Healthy Tonsils

Tonsils don’t get enough credit that they deserve. Even as one of the body’s first barrier against bacterial and viral infections, they seldom get the spotlight. These low-profile clusters of tissues reside on both sides of your throat, at the back of your tongue, and behind your nose. They work 24/7 while staying behind the […]

Dental Health   •   July 29, 2019

Understanding Temporomandibular Joint Disorder: Its Causes, Risks, and Treatment

Have you been feeling pain and tenderness in or around your ear, the jaw joint, and jaw muscles lately? Don’t be too quick to dismiss them and listen to what your body is telling you. You might be suffering from Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Disorder. Now, after trying your best to say the disorder’s name correctly, […]

Dental Health   •   March 19, 2019

How Flossing Can Save Your Money… 

How Flossing Can Save Your Money… It’s a known fact that about 35% of the tooth surface is missed being cleaned if you’re not flossing. As a direct result of that, you have a better chance of developing cavities. Cavities, left untreated, can become even more dangerous to your mouth. They can eventually need more […]