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Role of the Dentist in Our Life

A dentist is a professional who provides relief to oral health problems. A person becomes a dentist when he enrolls himself for a comprehensive Professional clinical course. We often call the dentist a dental surgeon. A dentist's job is to diagnose and treatment related to mouth teeth or gum. He advises the patients to take precautions and prevention of oral diseases.    Why is visiting the dentist so important? Visiting the dental specialist routinely won't just help keep your teeth and mouth germfree, yet will likewise help keep the rest of the body solid. 1.  Protects against periodontal (gum) disease, which can lead to tooth loss. 2. Brushing, flossing, and seeing the dentist regularly will help keep your teeth and mouth healthy. 3. Strengthens your teeth so that you can enjoy healthy eating and beautiful smiles. 4. During the dental check-up, The dentists check your overall oral health. 5. Reduces the number of bacteria in your mouth that causes bad breath. 6. It helps

How Children Learn to Read

Kids face a hard time to understand a language. While growing up, he understands the language automatically. As soon as the infant is born the process of learning the language begins. It is purely the kid's efforts coordinated with nature. We don't know how complex the process is but we can figure out its complexity when we make a kid read alphabets or words.  When we compare a kid's ability to learn a language with the learning to read the language, it can be concluded that both the processes are very difficult.   The first one is the natural one, while the latter is a manual skill that needs to be learnt.  Phonemic Awareness This is the first baby step towards learning to read. A verbal speech can be disintegrated two separate sounds. A single unit of sound is known as a phoneme. A child needs to develop phonemic awareness. Thereafter, they can decode sounds, identity, analyst and later manipulates words. Learning and Awareness of Alphabets  Needless to say, kids have

Digestion and absorption of food

Every day we take lunch. We only enjoy food. We seldom bother about how it goes down into our digestive system. Dear children, you will be amazed at the process of food digestion. Our body gets prepared for digestion, as soon as we start thinking about food or we smell the food. The saliva comes in our mouth. Saliva mixes with the food. Saliva contains digestive enzymes. The digestion starts from here. Saliva moisturizes food to create a food bolus. Saliva makes the food swallowable.  Food is the source of energy for our bodies.   The food will only be absorbed if it breaks down into the simplest form. The entire process of breaking down the food taken is known as digestion. The food is processed step by step systematically for digestion. Many organs of the body take place in the process, for example mouth, esophagus, stomach, intestine, etc. These body parts are coordinated well with each other. These body organs form a system is known as the digestive system. Digestive System Or