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Importance of Regular Dental Check-ups

11th June 2009
Routine dental check ups are very important for maintenance of your oral and general health. Visiting the dentist will help to keep your gums and teeth healthy as well as detect any early problems such as cavities, gum disease, and oral cancer. Regular... Read >
Author: thornhilldental

Advice on Dental Bridge treatment for Missing Teeth

17th December 2008
One of the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments is dental bridges. Cosmetic dentist, London and all over U.K. are placing more and more dental bridges. Dental bridges can be done to close gaps. Other ways of replacing teeth are cosmetic dentures or ... Read >
Author: M.Singh

Gum Disease and Mental Function

17th December 2008
Recent study conduction by researchers from US found out a direct link of gum disease and worsening of mental function. Extensive gum disease with inflammation to different organ systems can have harmful effects on brain function. It was found that eld... Read >
Author: abrogers

7 Amazing Healing Secrets Of The Lemon

16th July 2008
Lemon And Bad Breath:If you drink lemon juice mixed with a little honey two to three times a day you can be assured of having pleasant breathGum Disease And The Lemon CurePyorrhea: or periodontitis refers to an advanced stage of periodontal disease in whi... Read >
Author: keith

Gum Infection Home Remedies for Gum Infection

28th April 2008
The gums are also called as the gingivae. These are firm fibrous tissue connected to the bone of the jaw. If they are atleast 1 mm thick and have a good blood supply, then they are said to be "healthy". Along with age, they decrease slightly and expose mo... Read >
Author: peterhutch

How to Get Rid Of Gum Infection

28th March 2008
Gum disease is a bacterial infection of the gum tissue, it is a serious condition that starts as gingivitis and can progress to periodontitis. According to the British Dental Health Foundation "19 out of 20 people suffer from gum disease (gingivitis) at s... Read >
Author: Corwin Brown

Stop Bleeding Gums

08th February 2008
The best way to stop bleeding gums is to attack the underlying infection that makes them vulnerable. With a few simple measures, it is easy to kill the germs that cause the bleeding and to prevent escalating disease. Take precautions at the first signs of... Read >
Author: Trusted Natural Products

Natural Remedies To Eliminate Canker Sores Are Now Available

29th August 2007
For the most part canker sores are going to run their course and there is little that can be done until they go away. However, there are methods that can help speed the healing process and lessen the pain that they bring with them. These small red sores, ... Read >
Author: Scott Baker

Low dose doxycycline therapy

06th May 2007
Some patients, even in the presence of good oral hygiene, continue to display symptoms of periodontal disease. Some have predisposing health factors such as diabetes or a smoking habit. Both of these can alter the immune response to bacteria present on th... Read >
Author: Lawrence Spindel DDS

Taking Care of Your Shih Tzu's Teeth and Gums

06th October 2006
Clean teeth and gums are very important to the overall health of your Shih Tzu. Here is some information on the most common dental problems in dogs and ways of treating them.Common dental problems- PeriodontitisIt is very common among Shih Tzu and all dog... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Spirulina Powder - Provides Beta-Carotene, Vitamin B12, Iron and Chlorophyll

16th June 2006
What Is Spirulina Powder? For thousands of years, traditional healers in China and other parts of the world have looked to the water for healing remedies. Spirulina is a key finds. Spirulina is a small, single-celled microorganism thats rich in chloro... Read >
Author: Home herb
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