... to fit in even if you are healthy and have no visible defects of your appearance. Fashion shows and numerous advertisements keep demonstrating statuesque beauties with shiny hair, snow-white TEETH
, perfect skin and clear eyes. As a result to be successful in your career and private life you are forced to become an ideal person! Depressing, isn’t it? All the more so considering the ...
... want to preserve their beauty are more driven due to the effects of smoking on their physical appearance. Medical researches claim that smokers would typically have to endure lower eyelids, yellow TEETH
, bad breath, deteriorated gums, wrinkled skin, and thin hair. Health risks are also known to be heightened with smoking. These include respiratory illnesses, especially lung
... become seriously considered. Early symptoms of acromegaly
are as follows: Abnormally large hands and feet Mild arthritis Alteration in facial bone
structure Enlargement of the nasal bone Spaced out TEETH
Jaw and eyebrow protrusion All of the above manifestations can very easily be dismissed as normal features or physical appearance. But once they are accompanied by joint pain, deepening of the ...
... for mouth ulcers
in those hard-to-get at places. They work best if you use them as soon as you feel a mouth ulcer
coming on. They can also keep your mouth
clean if it’s painful to brush your TEETH
. Dental pastes form a protective layer around and over the ulcer, and this type of paste containing an anti-inflammatory steroid is now available without prescription. Your pharmacist can ...
... important functions, but the two functions that it is most used for are for eating and for speaking. It uses its many different parts for both functions. It has a lot of parts, some of which are the TEETH
, gums, tongue
, and tonsils. Its bigger parts that connect it to the rest of the skull are the lower and upper jaw. The lower jaw is that which moves up and down to enable the opening and ...
are believed to be the most used part of the body, aside from the feet. TEETH
are considerably an important body part for man, as it is mainly used for eating. Eating, as every one knows, has always been the most ideal way of taking in necessary nutrients and vitamins that are essentially needed by your body.The TEETH
have different parts that play distinct functions and purposes. Crown ...
... three liters of gastric juice, and this activity is done daily. The gastric juice breaks down the food into finer pieces. For example, a steak that can be hard to chew and masticate using our TEETH
will be well-digested in the stomach
because the gastric juice would aid in breaking it down. Perhaps the most important substance in gastric juice is the hydrochloric acid. This is being ...
Lips Cheeks And Palate
... responsible for manipulating speech-related functions. One of the most easily movable organs of the human body, the lips
are primarily made up of flesh. The lips are also in charge of helping the TEETH
process the food, transport the food into the mouth, and making it possible for infants to suck milk during infancy. The lips are connected to the inside of the mouth
because of the midline ...
... known as accessory digestive glands, the salivary glands
are in charge of two functions. First, it breaks down the molecular structure of the food, thereby lending taste to it. And, it cleans the TEETH
and maintains the moisture of the mucous membranes inside the mouth
. Saliva is necessary to digestion because it contains two enzymes important to digestion and swallowing - starch-digesting ...