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Baby teeth

Happy Tuesday, I know most new parents want to know how to raise a perfect human being. I do not know the answer to this question but I know a thing or two about how to look after babie’s new teeth: Oral hygiene must begin as soon as teeth emerge into oral cavity. Wipe teeth…

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Dry mouth or xerostomia

Having dry mouth is always troublesome, one of the effects of it is rampant decay. It is because saliva acts like a buffer and it reduces acidity bacteria producing as well as it carries mineral needed for replenishment of tooth surface. Saliva forms a film on tooth suface and protects it agaist loss of mineral…

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Mouthguard

Happy Tuesday, Mouthguard or nightguard acts like cushion and it absorbs forces we put on our teeth. During clenching or grinding we insert ten times the force than chewing food, so it is too much force and it can cause tooth fracture, tooth wear and pain. Grinding or clenching can cause headache, shoulder ache and…

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Sleep Apnea

Happy Saturday, good day to be singing in the rain! Did you know that sleep Apnea is a risk factor for heart disease? And people with sleep Apnea are more at risk of develping cancer due to lack of oxygen? It is, becasue during apenea, there is a cessation of breath for 10 seconds or…

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