There are a number of signs of mild and severe forms of gum disease. Treatments vary widely from managing problems at home to medication and surgical interventions; all approaches focus upon the control of infection.
Do certain smells — your grandmother's cooking, that day care center, the odor of a Christmas tree — bring you right back to childhood? You're not alone.
Parkinson's disease can change your entire life, and that includes the sexual realm. What can you do to boost your libido and have a more enjoyable sex life?
There is a certain degree of overlap between fibromyalgia and interstitial cystitis. What do they share in common, what are the differences, and what are your treatment options?
Around a fifth of fibromyalgia patients also struggle with anxiety or depression, while some additionally have PTSD. What are your treatment options?
The combination of pregnancy and Parkinson's disease is unusual, but may become more common in the future. How does Parkinson's affect pregnancy, how does pregnancy impact Parkinson's, and are your medications safe to use while expecting?
Fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis share some common symptoms, and some people simultaneously suffer from both conditions. What do you need to know?
A combination of medications for motor symptoms and non-motor symptoms play a role in managing Parkinson's disease, along with non-pharmacological treatments.
Bruxism is the term used to describe tooth gritting or grinding. It can impact significantly on the health of your teeth and is associated with periodontitis. There are a number of things you can do to reduce the damage bruxism may cause to your teeth.
Halitosis and dysgeusia may have many causes but may be due to gum disease. Oral hygiene can affect your breath and lead to gum disease but there are many things you can do to help.