Dental Caries in India is quiet prevalent. Every 6 out of 10 individuals have some form of decay in their oral cavity. It is only when we have severe pain we realise that our teeth have decayed and by that time its already too late and visiting a dentist becomes necessary. Signs to look for […]
We all know and measure blood sugars to check diabetes. This is most commonly done at home with glucometers and in Labs.
But this Blood sugar is not a CONSTANT VALUE. It fluctuates every now and then….
Had a meal ? Your sugar level will be popped up – SO we have 3 levels – Fasting, Random and Postprandial (After food) Blood levels.
But still this readings are not reliable. What is more accurate ?
What is molar ?
A grinding tooth at the back of a mammal’s mouth. (Google definition)
The molars are the largest of the teeth.
To chew, crush and grind food
Also called as Bicuspids.
What is Premolar ?
A tooth situated between the canine and the molar teeth. An adult human normally has eight, two in each jaw on each side. (Google Definition)
What is Canine ?
A pointed tooth between the incisors and premolars of a mammal, often greatly enlarged in carnivores. (Definition from Google)
The canines are situated at the ‘corners’ of the dental arches / mouth. They have a sharp, pointed biting surface.