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How to Prevent Tooth Decay in Children?

20 October 2021


The best way to prevent tooth decay in children is by maintaining good oral health & balanced diet. Usually, children should brush their teeth twice a day & rinse their mouth after every meal which will prevent tooth decay.

Do You know Oral Contraceptives Affects Your Oral Health?

25-August 2021

In today’s era the women are much more professional, so they need to plan their family according to it. Previously the generation were unaware about the contraceptive Use which used to put them in dilemma for birth control but today’s generation has become more cautious about the family planning and it is highly important that we know the facts about oral contraceptive pills on one’s oral health.


Impact of COVID-19 on Oral Health

26-May 2021

COVID-19 affected and been affecting different people in a different ways. Most infected people will develop mild to moderate illness & recover without hospitalization.

Most common symptoms

  • Fever
  • Dry Cough
  • Tiredness

Less Common Symptoms

  • Aches & Pains
  • Sore Throat
  • Diarrhoea
  • Conjunctivitis
  • Headache
  • Loss of Taste or smell
  • A rash on skin, or Dis-coloration of fingers or Tows

Bleeding Gums can be sign of Gum Disease?

21-April 2021

It is noticeable when one sees pinkish colour in the sink while spitting or after brushing the teeth or you may notice blood in the mouth after flossing, this is mainly due to Bleeding Gums. It is important to care for your teeth but many times we forget the value of caring for gums as part of an in important oral hygiene regimen. Gums are the foundation of a healthy mouth and if you are not taking care of them then you are at risk for oral health issue.


How Tobacco Usage Affect Your Oral-Health?

06-January 2021


India is the Largest Consumer of Tobacco & 3rd Largest Producer of Tobacco in the world. It must be around millions of number of deaths if we start estimating each year; these numbers are getting increased world-wide though it is entirely preventable. As India is associated in the highest mortality in world.

The primary cause of cardiopulmonary disease (COPD) & lung cancer in adult has been caused due to cigarette smoking & Chewing Tobacco. Multiple factors are associated with tobacco such as social, physical and environmental. Young people are more likely to use Tobacco and the influence of other factors like socio-economical status lack of parental support or involvement, accessibility, availability, low level of academic achievement, aggressive behaviour have been associated with youth smoking.

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