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Remedies for Sore Mouth & Gums by Deb Posted Thu 15 Apr 2010 12:00am While on many of the treatments for cancer, you no doubt will encounter sore mouth and gums along the way. If so, then here are a few remedies that have been given to me by a hospital pharmacist and which have had excellent healing and relief results by many patients. As the pharmacist stresses though is the key so don't go doing anything t ... Read on »
Mouth, teeth, gum pain and burning. Thanks MS!!! by Diana .. Posted Thu 19 Nov 2009 10:00pm About 3 weeks ago, out of the blue, I got a new MS symptom. A new symptom is always a little strange at first .... The right side of my mouth (teeth, gums ... mouth and tongue at times) burn and just outright hurt. It's the same kind of stuff I have felt in my feet and around my trunk/mid-section. It's downright annoying and very, very st ... Read on »
How to Take Care of Your Mouth, Teeth & Gums by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 13 Jan 2010 6:01am   Posted in dental health, dental hygiene, Video Tagged: caries, cavities, dental health, gum disease, Mehmet Oz, Mike Roizen, oral health, periodontal disease, periodontal health Read on »
Natural Dentist Healthy Gums Mouth Rinse *Giveaway* by Seeryus Mama .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 18 Mar 2012 12:00am Recently, I had to take Johnny to the dentist because his gums were obnoxiously swollen, to the point where they were almost bleeding.  As it turns out, he’s got a case of gingivitis.  Our dentist said that in this is common in the tween/teen age and it’s all because of hormones.  Oh, those nasty hormones!  The remedy for Johnny is a li ... Read on »
Cause of mouth cancer linked to gum disease by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Fri 06 Jul 2012 6:01am Well-known risk factors for oral cancerAbnormal, uncontrolled cell division resulting in a malignant tumour that may invade surrounding tissues or spread to distant parts of the body. include smoking, poor diet and infectionInvasion by organisms that may be harmful, for example bacteria ... Read on »
Mouthed Alien: Processed Gum Tissue by Lindsay Posted Sun 08 May 2011 9:20pm Bolstered by lethargy, I have considered this post and its residual combatants for the briefly time-centered experience I remember little. However, what I can recall, has to do with positive shock and medical charge in the form of partial wisdom removal. That is to say, the portion of my mind most meaningful according to sensation, the infe ... Read on »
Gum infection and localized mouth pain associated with an abscess from an upper front tooth by Merrilee Fullerton Medical Doctor Posted Fri 13 Apr 2012 10:06pm The upper right front tooth was mobile and the patient desired to try to save it. One) this tooth has grown down out of the gum and also moved toward the lip making a tooth gap space. Two) this x-ray shows extreme bone loss. The black dotted line shows the location for a feasible root resection if necessary. Root planning was performed af ... Read on »
An Introduction To Healthy Teeth And Gums by rajesh moganti Posted Fri 13 Apr 2012 9:26am Brushing and flossing at least twice a day is essential for the wellness of your teeth. Avoiding the accumulation of plaque is essential as this plaque causes the production to acids which affect the tooth enamel. In the situations when the plaque hardens then tartar is formed. This leads to burning of the gums and induces an ailment called gin ... Read on »
Motor Mouth: How to Keep the Jaw and Teeth Healthy in Old Age by Kodjoworkout Posted Wed 07 May 2014 8:41am With the advancements in dentistry, people are increasingly keeping a full set of natural teeth as they age. Thirty years ago, about half of people over the age of 65 had no remaining teeth, and that number has been cut nearly in half. This welcomed trend makes ongoing oral health care even more essential for the elderly population. ... Read on »
Gum Disease Diabetes Are They Linked? by Gumpediaruby Posted Wed 19 Oct 2011 6:48am According to numerous expert studies, there is a definitive link between gum disease diabetes. Diabetes is a very common disease in the United States today, and affects millions of people whose bodies are not able to adequately control the sugar levels in the blood. This deficiency is abnormal to the mouth and as a result, the mouth, gums and teeth ... Read on »