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4/10 Finding a growing lump in your mouth can cause a panic. However, not all tumors mean cancer. Ossifying fibroma is a rare, non-cancerous tumor that occurs in the jawbones. Understand more about what ossifying fibroma...
4/9 Calcium is a nutrient that can benefit a person’s teeth and bones. A calcium deficiency may have adverse effects on a person’s dental health. This article explains everything a person needs to know about calcium...
4/9 For many people, lip biting is just an occasional nervous habit. However, other people may chronically bite their lips due to an underlying medical condition. Here are some of the many conditions that can cause...
4/8 What is a dentigerous cyst? Dentigerous cysts are the second most common type of odontogenic cyst, which is a fluid-filled sac that develops in the jaw bone and soft tissue. They form over the top of an...
4/8 What is perioral dermatitis? If you have a rash around your mouth, you may have perioral dermatitis. This rash often looks like small, red, acne-like breakouts in people with light-colored skin and skin-colored breakouts in people who...
4/7 A fistula is a canal that develops between two points to drain an infection from an abscess, and a sinus tract is a drainage canal that originates at a point of infection but has only...
4/6 Diarrhea and cramps are among the most well-known ulcerative colitis (UC) symptoms. They stem from inflammation and sores called ulcers in the intestines. What you may not realize is ulcerative colitis sores can form in...
4/6 Herpangina is an acute viral illness in children. Common symptoms are small blister-like bumps or sores (ulcers) in the mouth and fever. It is caused by a virus. The most common ones are coxsackie viruses A...
4/5 What is a Ranula?  A ranula is a fluid collection or cyst that forms in the mouth under the tongue. It is filled with saliva (spit) that has leaked out of a damaged salivary gland....
4/5 Hydrated Silica might sound like a complex scientific name, hydrated silica is simply a hydrated form of silicon dioxide. As the Encyclopedia Britannica explains, silica is the second-most abundant mineral in the Earth's crust. It's naturally crystalline, with sand...
4/4 What is tooth enamel? Enamel is the thin outer covering of the tooth. This tough shell is the hardest tissue in the human body. Enamel covers the crown which is the part of the tooth that's visible outside...
4/3 Oral health isn’t just about your teeth. The jawbone is a crucial player in many of your day-to-day functions, such as eating, breathing and speaking. Since the jawbone is so important, you want to watch...

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