May 31 every year is observed as the World No Tobacco Day. The aim of the day is to spread awareness about the ills of tobacco consumption and also to encourage a day of abstinence from all forms of tobacco consumption.
At 32Smiles too, we had covered a series of images during the entire month related to the ill-effects of smoking and consumption of tobacco on our Facebook Wall. In the next few days, we will also be associating ourselves with a Anti-Tobacco Campaign, which helps people to quit the use of tobacco.
I got an opportunity to address the Orthodontist Study Group at their conference where I gave an inspirational talk about “connecting the dots of life”.
Our May blog posts helped create awareness about Bruxism / Clenching of teeth. If you haven’t read that, do click on the link given below.
Wishing you a beautiful rainy June ahead!
– Dr. Milind Darda, 32Smiles.
Bruxism / Clenching of Teeth
People handle excess stress differently. Where some develop an ulcer, some high blood pressure, there are people who start to grind or clench their teeth. Stress, it’s now believed, is the major cause of grinding and clenching your teeth, says dental researchers. Clenching or Bruxism is a condition in which you grind, gnash or clench your teeth. Read more…
Passive, Indirect smoking – Are we keeping our life at risk?
Passive smoking or second hand smoking could be as dangerous as direct smoking. Passive smoking is nothing but breathing in someone else’s smoke. It has been said that a person living or working in a place where smoking is permitted increases the non-smokers’ risk of developing heart disease by 25–30% and lung cancer by 20–30%. Read more…
Age – 28
Complaint: Upper teeth protrusion and gaps between teeth and was unhappy with smile.
Treatment: Non extraction fixed braces treatment done to improve smile and teeth alignment.
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