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Care For Facial Wounds

Facial injuries usually occur in an accident involving motor vehicles, assault from human or animals, burn, explosion or gun shot. Routine activity such as climbing, sports, operating machines, handling sharp or heavy instruments can also contributes to the facial injuries.

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Oral Hygiene Practices For Oral Cancer Patients

  Oral cancer Oral cancer with Ulceration Introduction Oral cancer and its treatment can cause a variety of dental problems and complications to patients. These problems diminish the patient’s quality of life and affect the cancer treatment. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy used for cancer treatment can result in: Dry mouth. Mouth …

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How Quit Smoking Can Improve Your Oral Health

Introduction To smoke or not to smoke is about life’s choices. However, by quitting smoking you may significantly improve your oral health. Tobacco stained teeth Non stained teeth Fig 1: Difference between stained and non-stained teeth How Smoking May Affects Your Oral Health Smoking is detrimental to health. Current study …

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Intellectual Disabilities and Oral Care

Oral Care For People With Disabilities

Introduction Before addressing this topic in great details, you may wonder what does it mean by intellectual disability and how would it be related to oral or dental care? Another term which is often used to explain this condition is mental retardation or learning disability. Subsequently, you would relate it …

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