Dental Health

Oral disease is the fourth most expensive ailment to treat in most industrialized countries. The burden of oral disease is likely to grow in many developing countries because of unhealthy diets rich in sugars and high consumption of tobacco. Older people have very different oral health needs, they are more likely to take medication that causes dry mouth, leading to tooth decay and infections of the mouth. More than 400 commonly used medications, a lot of of them for chronic conditions to which the elderly are susceptible can lead dry mouth syndrome. Oral cancer is another danger that can strike after years of over-consumption of tobacco and alcohol. Children and teen are also susceptible to Oral Health Problems due to extensive use of dairy products, sweets, chocolate etc. It is therefore important to educate everyone on these issues. Important Information on the subject are as follows:

  1. Bad breath called Halitosis
  2. Best Foods for Dental Health
  3. Bruxism or Teeth Grinding
  4. Cracked Tooth Syndrome (CTS)
  5. Dental Cavities
  6. Dental Crown
  7. Gum Disease
  8. Oral Hygiene and Dental Health
  9. Root Canal Treatment
  10. Teeth Scaling and Root Planing
  11. Tooth Abscess or Dental Abscess
  12. Tooth Decay or Dental Caries
  13. Tooth Extraction or Tooth Removal
  14. Xerostomia called Dry Mouth
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