A Tooth Drifted To A Man’s Chin

As per the case report published on April 18 in Trauma Case Reports, a man’s incisor was migrated into a deep tissue below his chin area, which had to be removed by surgery. It was a rare yet important occurrence ...
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What And How We Eat Impacts Our Overall Health Including Oral Health

Isn’t it true that the human body is the most complex machine on the planet? The food we take not only functions as a fuel but also serves as an essential lubricant for the smooth functioning of this machine. What ...
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Brush Three Times A Day To Mitigate The Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes 

We all know what a significant role good oral hygiene can play in living an overall healthy life. You probably must have heard a saying “Two minutes. Two times a day. Two simple rules for a healthier Life!”. Though brushing ...
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Can Over The Counter Pain Relievers Treat Emotional Pain?

<span data-mce-type="bookmark" style="display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;" class="mce_SELRES_start"></span>Make sure to subscribe to the YouTube channel:It might sound outlandish, but over the counter pain killers have a fascinating research history with emotional pain. In the past, many studies ...
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Will Small Businesses Survive the Coronavirus?

Updated March 26th 2020 Here in the United States, we are only on week 2 of the Coronavirus Shelter-in-Place Order. People are being asked to stay at home as much as possible and only leave the house if necessary. Such ...
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Product Review: Equate’s Bamboo Toothbrush With Charcoal Bristles

As a dentist, we’re often given products by manufacturers to try out before recommending them to our patients. However, this isn't one of those cases. This situation arose out of necessity. In a frantic hurry and while in a sleepless ...
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The Do’s and Don’t of Coronavirus

Make sure to subscribe to the YouTube channel: Isn’t it startling, how one virus can change the entire world? Every day we hear events and conferences getting canceled not just in Asia but also in Europe and America. It ...
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Could this plaque identifying toothpaste prevent a heart attack?

I know you must be shocked by reading the title, but it isn’t as surprising as it may sound. In-fact for decades, researchers have suggested that there is a direct association between oral health and inflammatory diseases, that affects our ...
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