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Does Vitamin C helps in fighting against Coronavirus?

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Coronavirus pandemic can be slowed or gradually reduced by use of vitamin C. Physicians demonstrate the antiviral action of vitamin C. Vitamin C maximizes the body’s anti-oxidative capacity and natural immunity to prevent and minimize symptoms of any virusinternally or externally of the body. Preventing is obviously easier than treatment. Vitamin C can be used along with our daily medicines Vitamin C plays a vital important role in preventing and minimizing symptoms for future viral infections. Vitamin C is one of the safest and most effective vitamins. It prevents serious complications. Benefit of Vitamin C includes protection against immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular disease, health problems, and eye diseases. More consumption of vitamin C protects our health from cancer, stroke and boots our immunity. Vitamin C helps to get brighter complexion and skin tone, while diminishing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. So, as you are consuming all the vegetables and fruits, …

Tooth Sensitivity-Too hot? Too Cold? Too Sweet?

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Tooth sensitivity comes and goes with time; it is caused because of the exposure of nerves on root areas. The crowns of the teeth are protected by enamel, so sensitivity is not observed on the teeth. Sensitivity is observed at the root area or the gums. The root area is protected by cementum, when the cementum wears away the nerves are exposed which causes sensitivity. Causes of tooth sensitivity 1.Overzealous teeth brushing By brushing our teeth continuously problem arises to our teeth that is the tooth structure will be changed, and gum tissues are damaged so the teeth losses its tight grip and opens the door for infections and diseases 2.An acidic diet Foods having PH value less than 4.6 are considered to be acidic food. So foods containing sugar, dairy products, juices are to be avoided so maintain healthy teeth 3.Bulimia Eating large amounts of food in short time and vomiting is bulimia. This can be caused due to genetic factors. This results in the breakdown of teeth. Bulimia is associ…

Is Cosmetic dentistry useful?

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Is Cosmetic dentistry useful?


Now-a-days all age group people are having dental issues and these are of many kinds they may be temporary or permanent. Cosmetic dentistry is not only your smile but also about the teeth, gums, size, structure and their physical appearance. The appearance of teeth can be changed by using many techniques. Dental Bonding Bonding is a technique where tooth colored resin is applied to the teeth with a special light. Dental bonding improves person’s smile. It is easiest and cheap cosmetic dental procedure. Bonding can repair cracked teeth, closed gaps, chipped teeth and can also change the shape of the teeth. Veneers Veneers are thin wafers that cover the front surface of the teeth. It changes the color, size and shape as it is bonded to the teeth. They provide a conservative approach compared to crowns by changing tooth’s color or shape. This process is not reversible. Crowns Tooth-shaped “cap” which is placed over broken or damaged teeth to improve its physical ap…
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Is it the time to change your toothbrush?


When was the last time you changed your toothbrush? We throw all the expired food, drinks, tablets, beauty products, but when it comes to health, it’s only our dental hygiene which doesn’t get attention. For good oral health and optimal dental health you have to follow many rules. Most of the scientists and dentists prefer changing the toothbrush for every 3 months. When you’re using the toothbrush more than 3 months then it loses it bristles and it becomes less effective on our teeth. It doesn’t remove the plaque from teeth and gums; this becomes the main reason for dental problems for all age groups. The other reason is that germs can hide and build up in toothbrush bristles. Fungus and bacteria develops in the bristles if care is not given properly. So this is the main reason to change your toothbrush for every 3 months and you should change the brush if you had suffered from cold or any infectious disease. After using the toothbrush, you shou…

35th International Conference on Dental and Oral Health

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On behalf of the Dental Management, it gives us great pleasure to welcome you all to participate in 35th International Conference on Dental and Oral Health which is going to be held on June 15-16, 2020 at Barcelona, Dubai, UAE.
Dental Management 2020anticipates participants around the globe with thought provoking Keynote lectures, Oral and Poster presentations. The attending delegates include Editorial Board Members of our International Journals. This is a great open door for the agents from Universities and Institutes to interface with the world class Scientists. The participated members can affirm their interest by enlisting for the gathering alongside your partners. Dental Medicine and Surgery focuses on recent innovations. It’s a 2-day event which will grab the attendee’s attention to explore in field of dentistry. It has a comprehensive scientific session that states the current issues in the vast fields of dental management and oral health. It accomplishes the greatest accumulatio…

Learn more about “How to reduce your risk for getting heart attack or stroke up to four times”

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Dental Health, Heart Diseases and Stroke:
The health of your mouth may affect your overall health of your body. Inproper oral health may influence your body’s response to heart disease and stroke. Healthy gums help protect your body from the bacteria (germs) on your teeth and in your mouth that can cause an infection. If germs stay on your teeth for too long, layers of plaque and tartar (hardened plaque) develop. This buildup leads to early gum disease, called gingivitis. Redness, swollen, tender or bleeding gums are symtomes of an early gum infection. Unless the infection is treated the inflammation continues.
Inflammation is the body’s natural response to an infection or a foreign object in side our body. Experts think that as inflamed blood vessels swell less blood may flow to the heart and the rest of the body, raising blood pressure.
Bacteria may enter the bloodstream through the gums and become part of fatty plaques (a buildup of fat, cholesterol, calcium and other substances) in …

How psychosomatic stress has an impact to our teeth and even to our whole periodontal system

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Periodontal disease
Periodontal disease is a common chronic inflammatory disease characterized by destruction of the supporting structures of the teeth and includes gingivitis and periodontitis.On the other hand, diabetes is a metabolic syndrome whose commonness is growing rapidly. It is known to be accompanied by serious complications such as blindness, gangrene, nephropathy, healing disorders, cardiovascular disease, and even death. Periodontal disease is the sixth most prevalent complication of diabetes, as the risk of periodontitis increases about three times in diabetic patients compared to non-diabetics.
Psychosomatic stress:
There are two concepts/hypothesis to explain the relationship between “Psyche” and “Soma” Chronic diseases are the feedback of long-term interactions between a host and its environment and are multifactorial in nature. A number of mechanisms have been suggested, which could mediate the putative relationship between psychosocial conditions and inflammatory peri…