According to BBC News, this research survey found that 19 percent of women experience extreme anxiety when they are in a dentist’s waiting room, compared with men who are only 10 percent. The survey was conducted in England, Wales and Ireland, involving more than 11,300 people which were interviewed and 6,469 adults which were examined. (more…)
Hormonal changes that occur during pregnancy have a big impact on dental health of pregnant women. Pregnant women often have swollen gums that bleed easily. Problems with bad teeth can also affect the fetus.
“Changes in hormones due to pregnancy may lead to some changes in the condition of the mouth. One of them is the problem of the gums,” said Dr. Homa Amini in the publication of research results published in the General Dentistry journal. (more…)Recent search: dental check up for pregnant women
Did you know that female gets bigger bad impact of smoking than male? It is not only undermine the health, smoking also makes the beauty fades and aging faster.
Here are four effect of smoking for your beauty. (more…)
Sometimes we do not realize that the food and drinks we consume can affect your dental health. Coffee, tea, cola, red wine, and other colored drinks, actually responsible for tooth discoloration.
In addition, cigarettes and drugs that we consume could adversely affect the teeth. In fact, the white teeth can support the appearance. It’s just that we often ignore it. (more…)
Everyone out there at some point in time, will experience the pain of a toothache. Toothaches are very excruciating, some of the worst pain you will ever feel in your life. (more…)