{The most significant cause of bad breath is brought about by leftover food debris in the mouth and this invariably leads to tooth decay, which invariably lead to bad breath {Tooth decay as well as bleeding gum can cause bad breath do you know that? Hence, it is suggested you contact a dentist one in every two or three months. This will lead to diagnosing the problem as your bad breath problem can be checked in due time. |Did you know that the consumption of certain foods could cause bad breath? Hence, ingesting things such as garlic can lead to bad breath. Therefore, it isRead More →

Methods of Physical Therapy for Frozen Shoulder Frozen shoulder is the condition of pain and stiffness in the shoulder joint accompanied by loss of motion. An inflammation in or around the shoulder may trigger the body’s normal defensive response of stiffness. When the shoulder becomes stiff, it becomes too painful too move. Someone with frozen shoulder may not be able to reach above and over the head or touch the back. While there is no definite cause of frozen shoulder, over 90 percent of patients experience full recovery. Doctors recommend physical therapy for frozen shoulder as the best treatment. Physical therapy for frozen shoulder startsRead More →

{Do you know that yogurt can help you to cure bad breath? This is possible especially if you add it to your daily diet {The International Association of Dental Research has discovered the link between yogurt eating and bad breath cure. According to a research conducted, if you consume yogurt as part of your diet for six weeks, bacteria will be reduced in your body. The rate could be up to 80%. So, consider taking more yogurt as a cure for bad breath.|If you are looking for medications that will help you to cure bad breath, then consider “AktivOxigen tablets”. This is a medication thatRead More →

Slap Lesion Physical Therapy Treatment Before and After Surgery What is a SLAP Lesion? SLAP is short for Superior Labrum from Anterior to Posterior, or from front to back. The labrum is the rim of cartilage found in the shoulder socket. An injury or tear to this part of the body is a SLAP lesion, which typically results from overuse, trauma and accidents such as falling onto your outstretched hand. What are the symptoms of a SLAP lesion? A person with a SLAP lesion or injury has shoulder pain, which becomes worse with throwing activities or when reaching overhead. The person may also experience someRead More →

Bad Breath and Gingivitis Does this sound familiar to you? My dentist and hygienist mentioned that I had irritated gums as they cleaned my teeth. This is a symptom of gingivitis. Gingivitis can be a stepping stone to major problems in the mouth and gum line. It can lead to periodontal disease, which is a much more serious problem with the potential for actual bone loss. Halitosis (bad breath) could be related to a gingivitis infection as both are caused by bacteria. Red, swollen and/or bleeding gums characterize gingivitis. These symptoms are most evident upon flossing and sometimes from brushing. Bacteria cause gingivitis. And bacteriaRead More →

Oral Hygiene And Heart Disease There are many obvious reasons to take good care of you’re teeth and gums, for instance having white, attractive teeth, fresh breath, no cavities, less dental trips, gum disease, and gingivitis. However, researches have discovered recently that having good oral hygiene can also lead to a healthy heart. Research has shown that people who have periodontal also have a much increased risk of having thicker carotid arteries which can lead to heart disease and stroke. This means that, the higher amount of plaque you have in your mouth is going to equal higher amounts of plaque in your heart andRead More →

Bad Breath and Chewing Tobacco Summary: Smoking tobacco can cause bad breath and chewing tobacco does the same thing. Bad breath or in medical term halitosis is a result of poor oral and dental hygiene and can be a sign of other health problems. In addition, it is also caused by eating raw onions or garlic. Bad breath is sometimes temporary and will be gone in a matter of days. Most commonly, bad breath is caused by anaerobic bacteria living in your mouth. We all have these bacteria in our mouth, which only means that we can have bad breath anytime anywhere. If you don’tRead More →

Regrow Gums Naturally How do you prevent gum disease? In order to be free from any gum diseases, you must first understand gum diseases and the cause of the problem. Gum disease or also known as “Periodontal disease” is a type of disease that involves the inflammation of the gums or “gingiva” which may lead to the loss of the bones around the teeth. Periodontal disease is different from “gingivitis” because gingivitis is the inflammation of the gingiva but with no bone loss. So how do you prevent gum disease? Or better yet, how do you know that you have a gum disease? There areRead More →

Bad Breath in Dogs Summary: Causes of bad breath in dogs can be traced not only to the dental and gum disease but also to kidney and liver disease. Do you have animals, especially dogs? I, as dog lover, make sure to own a dog ever since when I was a kid. Even my whole family loves dog and we treat our favorite pet member of the family. When I got married, I left my dog with my parents and since my husband knows that dogs are my favorite pets, he got me one a few weeks before our weeding. Isn’t that sweet? As aRead More →

Causes Of Halitosis Most people think that bad breath is caused only by poor dental hygiene. However,chronic bad breath,a condition known as halitosis,can stem from various medical problems,dry mouth and even the Atkins diet. If you have a consistent bad breath problem it is wise to visit your dentist in order to determine the cause of the problem.There are several possible reasons for bad breath such as dental decay, or gum disease.The dentist can diagnose other problems which cause bad breath including yeast infections of the mouth,dental caries,poorly fitting dental appliances and periodontal disease. The medical condition dry mouth – also called xerostomia – canRead More →

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