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Ulcerative Gingivitis, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention … by Dr. Syed L. Doctor of Dentistry Posted Sun 03 Jan 2010 11:09am A small percentage of gum disease cases originate at the source of where it is being treated— the dentist’s office. Be sure sure your dentist , hygienists and dental assistants take proper precautions to avoid transmitting the disease. Read more from the original source:  Ulcerative Gingivitis, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention … Read on »
Gum Disease (Gingivitis) and Breast Cancer Risk by Robert W. Posted Tue 26 Oct 2010 10:45pm     Weekly Health Update:   Gum Disease (Gingivitis) and Breast Cancer Risk "A critical weekly review of important new research findings for health-conscious readers..."   By, Robert A. Wascher, MD, FACS   Updated:  10/14/2010 The information in this column is intended for informationa ... Read on »
The Relationship Between Gum Health & Systemic Health by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:05pm By Gary M. Verigin, DDS, CTN A research team at a prestigious university hospital was conducting an experiment: how does a bullfrog react to a handclap? They set the frog on a table and clapped their hands. The frog jumped. Then they severed the frog’s right front leg. Again, the handclap; again, the frog jumped. They cut off the left fron ... Read on »
Diabetic Ulcers and Numbness Linked to Tooth and Gum Disease by Northcoast Footcare Facebook Posted Mon 26 Jul 2010 8:58am Interesting link between periodontal disease and diabetic foot complications. Amplify’d from www.northcoastfootcareblog.com   See this Amp at http://amplify.com/u/82ee Read on »
Sore Gums by Nikki M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Dec 2008 6:07pm We all know that Muddear doesn't have any teeth, nor does she have dentures. This has never posed a problem with Muddear's eating habits. She eats fried chicken, potato chips, crackers, cookies and everything crunchy in between. However, every now and then, Muddear will refuse to eat a meal (or several meals) because her gums are sore. For the most ... Read on »
Sore Gums by Nikki M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Dec 2008 5:37pm We all know that Muddear doesn't have any teeth, nor does she have dentures. This has never posed a problem with Muddear's eating habits. She eats fried chicken, potato chips, crackers, cookies and everything crunchy in between. However, every now and then, Muddear will refuse to eat a meal (or several meals) because her gums are sore. For the mo ... Read on »
Health Benefits of Cranberries by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 1:55pm Benefits Come in a Variety of Forms Cranberries contain bacteria-blocking compounds that are believed to be helpful in preventing urinary tract infections, and scientists now think this same function may be useful in blocking the bacteria responsible for ulcers and certain oral bacteria that can lead to gum disease. Current research indicates ... Read on »
The Relationship Between Gum Health & Systemic Health by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Mon 02 Nov 2009 10:02pm By Gary M. Verigin, DDS, CTN A research team at a prestigious university hospital was conducting an experiment: how does a bullfrog react to a handclap? They set the frog on a table and clapped their hands. The frog jumped. Then they severed the frog’s right front leg. Again, the handclap; again, the frog jumped. They cut off the left fron ... Read on »
I keep having bleeding gums every month during my periods.Why is this so? . by Just Ask Dentist.com Posted Wed 13 Jul 2011 4:02am During puberty, increased level of hormones such as progesterone and oestrogen can cause your gum to be more sensitive, leading to a greater reaction to food particles and the presence of plaque. The gums become swollen, turn red and may feel painful to touch. Some women experience menstruation gingivitis which is characterized by bleeding ... Read on »
Turmeric by Julia J. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 8:22pm As soon as I started my research for this post I realised that I've been misspelling Tumeric. It has an extra r in it. Turmeric. Has anyone else noticed how difficult spices are to spell? Cinnamon is another one... Known as haldi in Hindi, Turmeric is fast becoming one of western sciences super foods too. It is contains curcumin (not to be c ... Read on »