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What Are Mouth Sores? – How do Mouth Sores develop?

Mouth sores are characterized as small painful ulcerative lesions that develop on the oral tissues. Mouth sores are self-healing and heal in 7-8 days.
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An Overview of Dentistry for Developmental Disabilities

Often people with developmental disabilities may require a caregiver to look after their oral health and overall well-being.
Types of Oral Health Conditions

Unfold the Different Types of Oral Health Conditions

Some of the oral health conditions include developmental disabilities, oral infections, tongue disorders, salivary gland disorders, and dry mouth.
veillonella

An Overview on Veillonella – The Plaque Producing Bacteria

Veillonella is a non-motile anaerobic bacteria. It is an organism that does not require oxygen for growth and survival.
what is glossoptosis

What is Glossoptosis? Characteristics and Treatment

Glossoptosis is a tongue disorder which causes abnormal positioning of the tongue in the mouth. Often, in glossoptosis, the tongue is displaced downwards and retracted backward.
germs in mouth

Mouth Germs – Their Significance and Effect on Oral Health

Mouth germs in more straightforward terms are the oral bacteria that form a thin layer of plaque on the tooth surface. Mouth germs are typically harmless. They reside within the plaque layer in little crevices between the teeth.

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