Tag: oral health

Bi-directional Relationship between Periodontitis and Systemic Diseases

This unit aims to determine the repetitiveness of periodontitis in patients accompanying systemic diseases acknowledged in the hospital. There are 450 subjects in this cross-localized study. The information was assembled from Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, Capital Development Authority, Islamic International Dental College, Islamabad and Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center, Karachi. The patients in the study […]

Role of an Orthodontist in Managing Social Stigma Due to Malocclusion

The dental disease known as malocclusion, or abnormality of the teeth beyond what is considered normal, affects thousands of people worldwide yet is completely curable and treatable. Malocclusion is a frequent problem, and literature on its orthodontic repair is extensive. It is well recognised that one’s physical appearance can undermine one’s confidence. The way one […]

A Review on Endodontic Treatment in the Patients with Bleeding Disorders

Bleeding disorders are still a mystery to dentists all around the world. In order to establish safe dental procedures, the dental treatment of individuals with bleeding disorders has been extensively discussed in the literature. They not only put dental specialists’ talents to the test, but they also raise the question of how these people should […]

Determining the Impact of Diet and Nutrition on Periodontal Health and Disease

The role of micronutrients has been extensively studied in recent decades, with the conclusion that proper daily nutrition and a proper balance of antioxidants, probiotics, natural agents, vitamin D, and calcium should be included in the prevention and treatment of periodontitis. The impact of nutraceutical dietary aliments on oral and overall health has recently piqued […]

Oral Health Promotion through Schools

The predominance of prevalent oral diseases such as dental caries and gingivitis seen in children and young adolescents will be significantly decreased by a combined school education, promotion and preventive programme. The lack of study time due to discomfort and apprehension before and after treatment will also discourage comprehensive school programmes. The need for an […]

Impact of Sports Drink on Oral Health

Sports drinks have risen rapidly in a few years due to lifestyle changes. Energy drinks improve physical endurance, promote metabolism, prevent exsiccation during exercise attempts and exchange electrolytes. These energy drinks, despite their vogue, have a low pH and are acidic in nature, and can cause dentin and enamel surface degradation, contribute to permanent loss […]

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