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Dental Implants for Elderly Patients Q & A Sep 21st, 2021

What happens if teeth are not treated in the elderly when they are missing? "Tooth loss itself brings a variety of sequelae, which can lead to nutritional deficiencies, reduced physical strength or muscle strength due to social repulsion and depression due to loss of incisors, and eating disorders due to...

5 Warning Signs of Gum Disease Aug 31st, 2021

Many people think that gum disease is a disease that the elderly suffer from. However, according to the health media 'Women's Health', half of the American adults over the age of 30 suffer from gum disease. Gum disease is caused by the growth of bacteria in plaque (plaque) that builds...

6 bad habits for dental health Jan 10th, 2021

1. Habit of brushing your teeth for long time There are many people who brush their teeth for a long time beyond 3 minutes once they start brushing their teeth, thinking that it is good to brush their teeth for a long time to maintain their normal dental health. In...

'Possible Oral Diseases' to suspect if you bleed when brushing your teeth Jan 7th, 2021

Suspect gum disease if you bleed when brushing your teeth.   Gum disease is often neglected because symptoms do not appear until it has progressed considerably. The initial symptoms of gum disease, which can cause swelling or bleeding with brushing teeth, should not be overlooked. As the gum disease progresses,...

Pain on Jaw Mar 22nd, 2019

The number of patients seeking dentistry due to temporomandibular joint disease has increased by 32.0% over the past five years. According to the Insurance Corporation, the number of patients treated for jaw joint disease increased from 293,330 in 2012 to 387,515 in 2017, an average of 6.4% over the past...

The relationship between teeth bite and overall health Oct 23rd, 2018

"The relationship between teeth bite and overall health"   The Studies show that the people who do not have teeth are more likely to have dementia than people who have teeth. The Movement of the tract increases blood flow to the brain, which causes a large amount of oxygen to...

Let’s try to save the tooth without drilling Oct 19th, 2018

If you are border-line diabetes patient, doctor won’t prescribe metformin to control glucose level. What they will ask you to do is control your diet and exercise first before start taking pills.In the dental field, now we have similar approach.We try medical intervention before surgical intervention.If the cavity is small,...

Steep Increase of Gum Disease in Young Adult Apr 5th, 2018

 The gum disease is a slowly progressing disease that occurs among mostly adult patients as they are aged. However the prevalence of gum disease increases in Young Adult, lately. The gum disease starts with inflammation of gum but it can affects the systemic health such as diabetes, high blood pressure...