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What is oral flora?

What is oral flora?

Mouth bacteria.: There are various normal bacteria in the mouth. ...Read more

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What is oral antifungel?

What is oral antifungel?

Anti-fungal: Oral anti-fungal will be any medicine that is taken by mouth and works against fungi. Examples like Diflucan (fluconazole) used for yeast and terbinafine for nail fungal infections. ...Read more

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What are oral bacterias ?

What are oral bacterias ?

Germs: If you want a list there are too many to fit in this space, but most due not cause disease. ...Read more

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What number of oral hypoglycemics are there?

What number of oral hypoglycemics are there?

SO many!: Hi. The classes of orals are sulfonylureas (e.g., glimepiride), metformin, glitazones (e.g., Actos), DPP-4 inhibitors (e.g., Januvia), SGLT-2 inhibitors (e.g., Invokana), bile acid binding resins (e.g., Welchol), dopaminergics (e.g., Cycloset). Of them all, the only one with a risk of hypoglycemia is the sulfonylurea class. We've come a long way! ...Read more

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Is waxed floss preferable to Oral B's super floss?

Is waxed floss preferable to Oral B's super floss?

Glide easiest to use: What ever your preference, just make sure that you are using the dental floss correctly and at least two times daily. The easiest dental floss to use is Glide. ...Read more

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Is 99.1 a temp? Taken oral

Is 99.1 a temp? Taken oral

Not fever.: 99.1 is a temperature but not a fever. A fever is anything greater than 100.4 orally. ...Read more

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Oral lachen planus dangerous?

Oral lachen planus dangerous?

Rarely oral cancer: Chronic oral lichen planus can in a small percentage develop oral cancer. Topical prescription creams such as retin a (tretinoin) can be used in the mouth to treat oral lichen palnus. I have experience with oral Metronidazole as a treatment for lichen planus with good results. You need to be checked for hepatitis C which can be associated with lichen planus as well as review drugs as contributory cause. ...Read more

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96.6 oral temp should I be concerned ?

96.6 oral temp should I be concerned ?

No: 96.6 degrees fahrenheit is a normal oral temperature. Make sure your mouth is closed and you haven't recently had anything cold in your mouth before taking your temperature. ...Read more

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?What is an oral temp of 98.4 rectally?

?What is an oral temp of 98.4 rectally?

Body temp varies: The accepted "normal" body temperature is 98.6 degrees, but it varies from person to person, and varies throughout the day, going up and down almost a full degree at different times of day. Oral temperature is usually 0.4 degree lower than rectal temperature, so a typical oral temperature would be 98.0 if the rectal temp is 98.4. ...Read more

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Lwhat is an oral temp of 99.4 rectally?

Lwhat is an oral temp of 99.4 rectally?

Fever: I am unsure what and why you are asking this question. It can vary. There would be an elevation but probably just lower than what you are getting rectally. Now, why do you have a fever? ...Read more