Dental articles

Chewing Gum
Effects of Chewing Gum on Jaws The benefits of chewing gum on teeth have beena much-debated topic. A dentist or Oral Hygienistmay recommend chewing sugar-free gum in orderto stimulate saliva flow in the mouth.
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Oral Cancer
What is Oral Cancer? Oral cancer is cancer that develops in mouth tissuesor throat. It may be on the surface of the tongue,the inside of the cheeks, the roof of the mouth(palate), the lips or gums.
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Odontogenic Cysts
Dentigerous Cysts vs. Keratocysts An odontogenic cyst presents as a sac filled with fluid and it develops overan unerupted tooth. The most common teeth that are affected are themolars. These lesions result from infections of teeth.
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Dental Xrays
Bitewing X-Ray Bitewing X-rays are incredibly common and often taken for preventative purposes because they are a great way tosee any decay between teeth or below the gum-line. The term bitewing comes from how patients must bite downon the X-ray film.
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The importance of dental radiographs
1.Why dental x-rays are needed? X-rays help dental professionals such as dentists to see thecondition of teeth, roots, jaw position and facial bone composition.They also assist in diagnosing and treating dental problems early intheir development.
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Oral Mucous Cysts
What are mucous cysts? These are also known as Mucoceles. They are generally not painful andshows no symptoms except its representation.
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