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Dental habits and lifestyle are something that parents usually teach their kids as they age. It is not rocket science, however, the procedure isn’t as simple as it looks like. Making kids do certain things and get them habituated to the same requires a lot of effort and precision. When it comes to dental health,...
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A dental X-ray is an image of your oral cavity that your orthodontist uses to evaluate your dental hygiene. These X-rays, which employ low doses of radiation, are used to acquire pictures of the interior of your teeth and gums. This can assist your dentist in identifying issues such as cavities, dental decay, and affected...
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Hospital based dentistry provides a caring, efficient option for young patients, in this case, who are unable to maintain or get standard dental treatment. Some medically impaired individuals, particularly those with more complicated demands, are better handled in a hospital setting. Some patients may be unable to complete normal dental regimens in the office due...
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Oral health is critical, and it has a direct relationship to overall health, which is why teaching children about care for their teeth and gums at a young age is critical. Team Tooth Fairy is here to assist by offering a few tips on how to improve your child’s smile. Brush your children’s teeth twice...
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It is important for parents to be aware of their Children’s Dental health and also to monitor from to time. Parents should focus on cultivating good oral habits for their kids when they are in early childhood. To simple it is important to guide the children in effective brushing to ensure your child always experiences...
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Does your kid hide under the bed or stammer after hearing the word “dentist”? Or remember something important during that instance? If so; then there is a need to prepare your child for a dental visit by following these simple tips. Start young The earlier a child visits the dentist, the earlier his fear will...
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Your oral health is more important than you might realize. Get the facts about how the health of your mouth, teeth, and gums can affect your general health. Did you know that your oral health can offer clues about your overall health — or that problems in your mouth can affect the rest of your...
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The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry [AAPD] defines Pedodontics or Pediatric Dentistry as – an age-defined specialty that provides. both primary and comprehensive preventive and therapeutic. oral health care for infants and children through adolescence, including those with special health care needs. A dentist who caters to the above is known as a Pedodontist, or...
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Dental caries (cavities) is the most prevalent childhood disease, with a prevalence higher than chickenpox, mumps, and typhoid put together!. It is also the most common untreated medical condition in India!!. It is also one of the most common reasons for the loss of school hours for children!!! It is also preventable! So… yes. Regular...
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Ideal requirements of children’s toothpaste: Kinds of toothpaste are like a double-edged sword! Use them wrong and they will harm you. 1. Low Abrasivity 2. Non Foaming 3. Low Fluoride or Non-Fluoride-containing 4. Non-Flavoured Abrasive nature Milk teeth have thinner and softer enamel compared to permanent teeth. A toothpaste with higher abrasive content can easily...
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