One of the upcoming scientific events will be the 3rd International Biomedical Congress Sofia that will be held on 16th-18th of November. This event will include a Dental Symposium as well. A lot of interesting lectures and workshops with hands-on or demonstration will be shown. Here is a list with some of them:
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Introducing Breathealer! The probiotic remineralizing, breath-freshening gel. Continue reading “Introducing The Breathealer”
The habit of biting and eating one’s fingernails is associated with increased anxiety.
According to a study published in the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, onychophagia, as it is called scientifically, may be a symptom of emotional disturbances. Continue reading “Are You Biting Your Nails?”
Many people suffer from diabetes and even though it is a systemic disease, it can affect your oral health as well. Here, in this article, we explain briefly what it is and how it manifests in your oral cavity. You can also find tips you should keep in mind to improve your oral health status. Let’s take a look! Continue reading “Diabetes And Oral Health”
For so many years, eggs have gotten a bad rap by being decried as a villain that raises our cholesterol. Here, in this article, we list why eggs are good and great for your teeth! Continue reading “Eggs And Their Dental Benefits”
Your toothbrush might seem clean to you but it is housing more than 100 million bacteria including E. coli and staphylococci. The University of Alabama at Birmingham found that fecal germs were on your toothbrushes as well. Excited yet?! Continue reading “How Healthy Is It To Keep Your Toothbrush In The Bathroom?”
When it comes to your perfect smile, age should never be a factor to discourage you. Continue reading “Am I Too Old For A Perfect Smile?”
Green tea may well be a treat for your taste buds. But a new research is suggesting that it benefits the rest of your oral cavity as well. It contains compounds that appear to control inflammation and fight bacterial infection. This drink is also rich in antioxidants, which have many health properties.
What does that mean for your mouth?
You probably had your x-ray taken at least once so far!
In dentistry we need them a lot ! Without them diagnosis is much more difficult. There are many different types of x-rays , either intraoral or extraoral. Continue reading “Panoramic x-ray”
Since Saint Valentine’s was just a few days back , on today’s article we are going to talk about a topic highly romantic and analyze the affects it has on our oral health! Continue reading “How does our love life affect our oral health ?”