The pregnancy period needs good care of teeth and gums. The hormonal changes occur during pregnancy can increase the risk of developing oral diseases result in causing health issues to the developing baby. So, before and during pregnancy, maintaining good dental and o...

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For decades, ‘Surgery’ has been a custom treatment for babies for the release of the tongue-tie. Several researches of the recent era have revealed contradictory opinions about it, while a worldwide scene is an increase in tongue-tie surgery for removal of poor and painful breastfeeding and there...

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Surprising Dental implant cost!
Dental implant device cost differs from manufacturer to manufacturer, and the type of device depends on the bone condition and the health of the nearby tooth of the implant to be placed. There are many illusions airing about the cost of dental implants among people...

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Bell's Palsy Syndrome:
A year back, village lady Kanagam(38) visited our centre with a misshaped face complaining that she had felt something uncommon on her face from the morning, the moment she had woke up from her bed. ‘I looked in the mirror and I was shocked to see my endangered face’ she ad...

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Kids Dental Care
You can protect your kid from getting tooth decay by beginning his dental consideration early. Pursue these means to prevent depressions and keep his delightful grin solid.

Your kids should see a dental spec...

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Mandibular fracture is a fracture through the jaw bone, after an accident, a hit from anywhere or fall onto the chin or dramatically due to tumor in the bone. Most appearing cases are male youngsters between the age group of 20-30 and in most cases, the fractur...

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An impacted tooth (wisdom tooth) is a tooth that is restricted or failed to grow for some reasons through the gum. They are most commonly seen in the third molars at the back of the mouth and have no space to grow normally. Generally, four third molars (wisdom teeth) peop...

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Now you are equipped with a new denture. Here are some tips on how to get the maximum out of your denture!
Please note that the artificial denture is not a fully functional replacement for the natural teeth
Difficulty in chewing and speaking, after placing the Denture w...

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  • Treatment for Halitosis or bad breath at jerush dental and facial corrective centre, Thuckalay

    Many among us are taking bad breath lightly, ignoring an immediate treatment and have a perception that bad breath is a simple curable disease, contrary to the real unfair situations it can create in a conversation, the possibility of mistaking others on their poor personal hygiene and the real underlying problems of its cause. Bad breath causes are plenty while some are simply manageable. The food or drink you have maybe a reason for it. Food that includes certain spices, garlic, onion, cheese, aerated drinks, canned juices, alcohol etc., can be the cause of bad breath or halitosis. Habits, like smoking or using any form of tobacco, can intensify the bad smell.Poor Oral hygiene: It is the common cause of bad breath. Remnants of food stuck on the wall of the mouth, tongue, in between teeth, dentures, braces, retainers or any hidden part of the mouth over time generates bacteria which cause bad odour and related health issues.https://jerushdentoface.org/halitosis-or-bad-breath/


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