10 Effective Ways to Relieve Sensitive Teeth

By |2019-07-23T22:12:40+03:00March 9th, 2016|Categories: Diseases and Conditions, Health & Wellness, Oral Health|Tags: , , , |

Be it a hot cup of coffee or chocolate ice cream, if either or both make your teeth recoil in pain, then you are among the unlucky ones who have sensitive teeth. Research shows that teeth sensitivity is a widespread problem which generally occurs due to the damage of the enamel which acts a protective sheath for your teeth. This damage takes place because of exhaustive brushing and aggressive handling. Once the enamel is affected, the nerve endings get ruffled which automatically leads to teeth

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The 7 Leading Causes of Tooth Sensitivity You Should Avoid

By |2019-04-18T22:34:53+03:00February 9th, 2016|Categories: Health & Wellness, Oral Health|Tags: , , , , |

Tooth sensitivity can be a big problem for sufferers since it can result in great pain and discomfort. Sometimes, the measures you take are not enough to safeguard you from the pain you are about to experience. Well, all the wincing and grumbling will be out of the way once you address these seven problems that may be the cause of your suffering today. Hard Brushing Brushing too hard can contribute to the erosion of the enamel. This will make your teeth sensitive and prone to

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Save Your Gums: 6 Natural Ways to Fight Gum Diseases

By |2019-06-25T22:45:07+03:00January 17th, 2016|Categories: Diseases and Conditions, Health & Wellness, Natural Health, Oral Health|Tags: , , , |

Research has found that more than 75% of Americans have gum diseases. One of them is Gingivitis - a disease caused by bacteria that lead to inflammation of the gums. If gingivitis is left unattended, it can lead to periodontitis which is more severe. This can make the inner layer of the gum to pull away from the teeth. This article presents some natural ways to heal from such gum diseases. This way, you can keep gum health on your own not forgetting that you

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Be Your Own Dentist: How to Remove Tartar Build-up at Home

By |2019-06-27T13:45:46+03:00October 30th, 2015|Categories: Health & Wellness, Natural Health, Oral Health|Tags: , , |

Do you have a horrible build-up of tartar on your teeth? You will know if you do, because it is a horrible yellow/brown mineral deposit found on your teeth, and can usually be found on the back of your teeth. It is a common problem caused by inefficient brushing and a bad diet, which if left untreated can cause periodontitis. Periodontitis is inflammation and infection of the ligament and alveolar bone that supports the teeth, which can, in fact, be prevented by avoiding the build-up

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