Oral Cancer: 10 Early Signs and How You Can Prevent It

American Cancer Society estimates that 49,670 people will get oral cavity or oropheryngeal cancer in 2017, of which 9,700 are likely to die. Oral cancer is grouped with head and neck cancers and of all the cancer types, oral cancer makes up nearly 85% of all cases. 

Oral Cancer

What is Oral Cancer?

Oral cancer, like any other cancer, is the uncontrollable growth ...

What All You Need to Know About Frenectomy

Dental Care

The frenulum (or simply Frenectomy) is the small piece of tissue that anchors the upper lip to the gums. In most cases, it only extends to the ridge of the tooth where the crown ends and the roots begin. Normally, as a child grows the frenulum will appear to shrink back preventing it from being seen when they smile or speak.

What Is a Frenectomy?

There are instances where the frenulum is abnormally large and ...

Basic First Aid Tips for Common Tooth Injuries

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It is quite common to receive injuries while playing. Playing without a mouth guard exposes us to various kinds of risks such as chipped teeth, cracked teeth and even teeth loss. If the child loses a baby tooth prematurely, you do not need to replace it but if your permanent tooth is affected, it calls for a dental emergency. Following first aid tips should be followed in case of a dental injury: Collect Teeth Fragments

Dental Implants: Procedure and Recovery

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A beautiful smile can do wonders. And the key to a beautiful and long-lasting smile is strong and healthy teeth. Unfortunately, according to prosthodontists records, more than 35 million Americans have missing teeth in one or both jaws. An absence of these natural teeth can not only be embarrassing but it can also affect your daily activities. A dental implant is an excellent solution to support and restore your missing teeth and prevent jaw bone loss. ...

Pediatric Dental Helps Improve the Quality of Life For Kids

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Pediatric dentists are trained in pedodontics, which deals with dental difficulties and root canals on teeth that have not fully developed. The perfect time to take your child to a pediatric dentist is during initial stages of tooth development when they getting their first teeth. The dentist can examine the development of the child's mouth. Dental problems can start early, so the earlier you schedule a visit for your child, the better. Your child's dentist ...