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Is there an choice to those unpleasant visits to a dentist? Yes, says Hema Vijay, describing a advantages of nap dentistry, generally for those who are fearful or have mixed health problems

“Had he sought dental involvement earlier, we could have saved some-more teeth,” says Dr. Elavazhagan, facio-maxillary anaesthesiologist. He has only overseen a sedation of 50-year-old R. Subramanian for a elaborate dental ‘flap surgery’ finished on him. Subramanian had slept by a procession though experiencing any pain, though curiously, all by a surgery, he was unwavering adequate to open and tighten his mouth as educated by his dentist,

Article source: http://www.thehindu.com/health/medicine-and-research/sleep-through-the-drill/article3926141.ece

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Burning mouth syndrome affects menopausal women 7 times some-more mostly than men

Most people can describe to a worried feeling that occurs after sweltering their mouth on prohibited soup or coffee. It’s a service when that burnt feeling subsides after several days. But suppose experiencing that blazing prodigy all day, each day. The condition is called blazing mouth syndrome (BMS), and repairs to a shaken complement during menopause might be to blame, according to an essay published in a May/June 2011 emanate of General Dentistry, a peer-reviewed clinical biography of a Academy of General Dentistry (AGD).

BMS affects scarcely 5 percent of Americans and causes a consistent blazing sensation, many ordinarily on the

Article source: http://www.news-medical.net/news/20110507/Burning-mouth-syndrome-affects-menopausal-women-seven-times-more-often-than-men.aspx

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The Mystery Of Burning Mouth Syndrome

Main Category: Dentistry
Article Date: 07 May 2011 – 0:00 PDT

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Most people can describe to a worried feeling that occurs after sweltering their mouth on prohibited soup or coffee. It’s a service when that burnt feeling subsides after several days. But suppose experiencing that blazing prodigy all day, each day. The condition is called blazing mouth syndrome (BMS), and repairs to a shaken complement during menopause might be to blame, according to an article

Article source: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/224551.php

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The Mystery of Burning Mouth Syndrome

Posted on: Friday, 6 May 2011, 09:51 CDT

Condition affects menopausal women 7 times some-more mostly than men

CHICAGO, May 6, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Most people can describe to a worried feeling that occurs after sweltering their mouth on prohibited soup or coffee. It’s a service when that burnt feeling subsides after several days. But suppose experiencing that blazing prodigy all day, each day. The condition is called blazing mouth syndrome (BMS), and repairs to a shaken complement during menopause might be to blame, according to an essay published in a May/June 2011 emanate of General Dentistry, a peer-reviewed

Article source: http://www.redorbit.com/news/health/2042825/the_mystery_of_burning_mouth_syndrome/index.html?source=r_health

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