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Choose a Healthy Food For Your Dog

14th May 2012
There are loads of dog stores with plenty of dog products exposed need to it's difficult to decide of all those countless dog products what dog supply to purchase. Selecting the best one in your buddy at a dog supplies catalog could be such a lot harder. ... Read >
Author: janet

Cat Teeth: 7 Natural Tips To Healing Cat Dental Problems

28th March 2012
Your cat's teeth, and their care are vital in terms of keeping your cat healthy and preventing disease. Periodontal (gum) disease is the number one diagnosed problem in cats; by the age of three, 70% of cats have some form of periodontal disease. Lack of ... Read >
Author: Dr Andrew Jones, DVM

Dog Teeth: Top 7 Natural Tips To Healing Dental Problems Now

13th March 2012
Your dog's teeth, and their care are vital in terms of keeping your dog healthy and preventing disease. Periodontal (gum) disease is the number one diagnosed problem in dogs; by the age of three, 80% of dogs have some form of periodontal disease. Lack of ... Read >
Author: Dr Andrew Jones, DVM

Periodontal Disease: A Primer on Potential Health Risks and Surgical Periodontal Treatments

17th January 2012
An eye-catching smile is not determined only by the appearance of your teeth. The appearance and health of your gums play a crucial part in the overall appearance of your smile and your oral health. Your gums serve as a foundation of your teeth and frame ... Read >
Author: perwab

Edentulism: Causes, Risks, and Treatment

04th October 2011
Edentulism or tooth loss is considered as a major health problem that has serious emotional, social, and psychological consequences affecting a personís self-confidence, self-esteem, overall health. Edentulism is a condition when one or more teeth are mis... Read >
Author: Jenna Schrock

Dental Hygienist Positions: One of the Highest Paying Jobs Overseas

20th September 2011
Dental Hygienists are the dentistís main colleague in dental health care, much the same way a nurse does with a doctor in a private practice. These professionals do the dental services side by sideand are synchronizing with every procedure and treatme... Read >
Author: Aaron Briggs

The Disease Called Jaw Bone Infection

20th June 2011
There are a lot of dental diseases that we may encounter if we neglect to have a good oral hygiene. One of these horrible diseases is the jaw bone infection. This disease is normally caused by the bacteria called Ďstaphylococcus aureusí that usually attac... Read >
Author: FredCollinsworth

Inflamed Gums Beg For Your Attention

26th May 2011
Inflamed gums suggest something is absolutely wrong inside your mouth. Please donít ignore red, bleeding, swollen gums. This situation won't resolve without making some improvements in your oral hygiene. Severely inflamed gums require professional trea... Read >
Author: Steve

Why you should be careful with your mouth - paradentosis

04th May 2011
Health is extremely important and every person should keep that in mind. The fact is that almost every person is suffering from at least several things and must be very careful with them. There is no way for you to not face some of the diseases and espec... Read >
Author: shliomfi

Dark gums can indicate underlying concerns

12th April 2011
When you have periodontal disease that goes on to affect your gums, you will notice that the color of your gums changes from pinkish to dark. These dark gums indicate that there is an infection in the gums and you need to take measures or else the infecti... Read >
Author: innebiz

Causes of Malocclusion

31st March 2011
Malpositioning of the teeth is a basic orthodontic problem that can be corrected through the use of braces. In even simpler cases of teeth misalignment, aligners can be used as alternatives to traditional braces. However, there are cases of teeth misalign... Read >
Author: Bianca Jackson

Scaling and root planning - Conventional Periodontal Therapy

28th January 2011
The objective of conventional periodontal therapy, otherwise known as scaling and root planing, non-surgical periodontal therapy, or dental prophylaxis is to remove or eliminate the etiologic agents which cause inflammation. Scaling and root planing are o... Read >
Author: davidgerard113

Sugar Can Cause Hemorrhoids

23rd November 2010
I've been trying to drive home the point that sugar is your public enemy #1, when you are trying to lose a bit of flubber. You can exercise till the cows come home and even eat less, but if you're still consuming a lot of sugar, it will make it much ... Read >
Author: Dr. Bill

Facts about Receding Gums

13th October 2010
Facts about Receding GumsReceding gums is a typical component and parcel of lifestyle with age. Nevertheless at periods some people in their youthful age also suffers from the difficulty. The motives could be unhealthy gums expected to improper cleansing... Read >
Author: Sam Avila

Some useful tips for treating your inflamed gums

24th September 2010
Most people experience inflamed gums. There are various causes why inflamed gum occurs. With the inflammation of gums, it is more susceptible to bleeding due to its tender texture. If ignored, it may lead to more serious gum problems. There are numerous w... Read >
Author: PetarGenchev
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