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  • Dry Mouth: What Is the Major Cause of Dry Mouth?

    The major cause of dry mouth is prescription drugs. In fact, over 500 medications list dry mouth as a possible side effect.
  • Dry Mouth: What Is the Major Cause of Dry Mouth?

    The major cause of dry mouth is prescription drugs. In fact, over 500 medications list dry mouth as a possible side effect
  • My child three years old what should I look for: By three years, most children have twenty primary (baby) teeth. At this stage, you want to see spacing between the teeth. Spacing between the upper and lower front teeth will help the larger, adult teeth to have the space they need. If the baby front teeth are crowded, more jaw
  • Smile- You're on Candid Camera. How would you react? : Does your smile dazzle and sparkle?

    A movie star smile is the first (well, maybe the second) attribute men and women notice about each other. Your smile is associated with health, personality and sexuality. What separates the Julia Roberts from the Hannibal Lechter smile? A major, but not exclusive factor is whiteness of their teeth. Unfortunately not everyone is blessed with pearly whites
  • Snoring : Why Do People Snore ?

    Snoring occurs when the airway at the back of the throat constricts. Air then has to be inhaled at increased speed and pressure, causing the soft tissue in the back of the mouth to vibrate and make the snoring noise.

  • The Same old Grind: Grinding through the night is not only the activity of exotic dancers, it is also a problem for the average guy or gal.
    Grinding and clenching your teeth (bruxism) at night is a subconscious activity performed by a large percentage of
  • TMJ Syndrome and Treatment: What Is The TMJ?

    The temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, is a joint located just in front of your ear. It is one of the most complex joints in the body and lets you move your jaw when you talk, eat and swallow. It is made up of the temporal bone of your skull, the lower jaw and a disc in between the two. Your jaw muscles allow you to move, open and close your jaw, and move it side to side
  • What changes does adolescence bring?: Hormonal changes of puberty may make gums very sensitive for boys and girls. Gingival (gum) tenderness and bleeding are common with menstruation.



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