Brush your teeth not twice, but thrice a day: Experts say it may help cut heart failure risk by 12%
Poor oral hygiene leads to bacteria in the blood, causing inflammation in the body
Don't forget to brush your teeth twice a day: Poor oral health can up risk of liver cancer
Poor oral hygiene has been associated with the ris...
Maintain oral health: Painful gums, mouth ulcers can increase risk of liver cancer
Poor oral hygiene can also result due to chronic problems ...
It's not just bad breath, oral hygiene is important to avoid dementia
The bacteria from infected gums are capable of entering the brain through nerves or through the bloodstream, thus increasing the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
Bad breath, swelling and bleeding gums can be warning signs of diabetes
Bad dental care can increase the levels of bacteria & inflammation in body, which can worsen your existing diabetes.
This festive season, gift your family a 'dental kit' for pearly white teeth
It is extremely important to maintain a balance between the white and the pink in the mouth.
White Flash: India’s saying cheese to oral hygiene
Oral-Care Index at new high as price cuts, shift to toothpaste power growth
Have a sharp tooth? Don't skip your dental appointment; it’s linked to oral cancer
India sees about one lakh new cases of oral cancer every year, according to an ICMR study.
Say no to gadgets and other healthy habits parents should teach children
Parents should ensure that they inculcate good habits in children.
Tooth sensitivity bothering you? Bust these myths first to feel well
Cavities cause sensitivity, brushing right after meals is good: 5 myths you need to bust about oral care.
Using mouthwash twice a day may increase risk of diabetes by 55 per cent
Regular use of mouthwash may spike the sugar level in your blood within no time.
Keep these lifestyle measures in mind to keep oral cancer at bay
It is pertinent to underline that if caught early, oral cancer is a highly preventable and treatable disease.
What does your breath tell about your body
Majority of bad breath problems in people arise out of acid reflux. Acid reflux in longer run can cause heartburn, says Dr. Malhotra.
Like humans, Neanderthals used toothpicks too, says study
Researchers from University of York in the UK found traces of wood trapped in fossilised plaque stuck to Neanderthal teeth.
Bad breath? Banish it with these tips
You get one chance to make an impression and having bad breath (Halitosis) can play the worst date dampener possible.
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