Consultant pediatric dentist, Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) Idi-Araba, Prof. Bunmi Orenuga, has said that proper oral health is paramount in the overall well-being and functionality of the body system. Speaking at an event to mark the Children’s Day, Prof.
Cleaning your baby’s tongue is an important part of maintaining their oral hygiene from a young age. All you need is a clean cloth or a sterilized cotton bud, and some warm water. There are numerous benefits from making it
There is now convincing evidence that oral health and mental well-being are connected. Generally, your teeth and gums can often provide clues to the state of your health and highlight any problems. The obvious signs of poor dental hygiene are
“Be sure to brush your teeth” is one phrase many kids are more than familiar with. Kids generally learn more by example, than just instructions, so parents should set the example on good tooth care. Once you practice good and
Women’s Health has provided some eye opening facts about what may happen when you don’t regularly brush your tongue, read more and find out below: 1. Bad, VERY, bad breathe This is called Halitosis medically. How does it happen? The bacteria
Be sure to kick these habits to foster healthier teeth. 1. Chewing on Ice It’s natural and sugar free, so you might think ice is harmless. But munching on hard, frozen cubes can chip or even crack your teeth. And if