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Importance of Dentistry Videos

Importance of Dentistry Videos


The dental profession is the branch of health care devoted to maintaining the health of the teeth, gums and other tissues in and around the mouth.
A dentist is a doctor, scientist and clinician dedicated to the highest standards of health through prevention, diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases and conditions.

Dentists play a key role in the early detection of oral cancer and other systemic conditions of the body that manifest themselves in the mouth. They often identify other health conditions, illnesses, and other problems that sometimes show up in the oral cavity before they are identified in other parts of the body.

DentistryWhat is the importance of Dentistry Videos?

It is often seen that patients collect information about their issues through the internet which results in lethal outcomes since the information has no basis whatsoever. Providing health, disease, or any medical treatment-related information is the doctor’s responsibility to ensure that the patient understands what the procedure is for and the patient agrees to it. The hindrance of providing clear information can easily be solved via high-quality Videos and Animations which acts as a common bridge between a doctor and their patients. It is proven that visuals are a more efficient way to convey health or disease-related information to a practitioner to their patients.

While consultation, it is often seen that the Dentists and the patient tend to be not on the same page, meaning the information that the Dentists provides is often misunderstood by the patients which creates a knowledge barrier between the both.

Good communication with a Dentist makes it more understandable for patients to benefit from their treatment and helps to ensure the best-suited treatment for them which can be done by consulting via Dentistry videos.

Some of the most common dental diseases which can be explained by Dentistry Videos include , but are not limited to:

Periodontal Disease

If you’ve been diagnosed with periodontal disease, you need to take better care of your gums. Also known as gum disease, this common dental problem is usually the result of neglecting to floss your teeth on a regular basis. The buildup of plaque-causing bacteria eventually leads to the development of gingivitis or periodontitis, the first stages of periodontal disease.

Tooth Decay and Cavities

One of the most common dental diseases is tooth decay, which affects millions of children and adults worldwide. The development of cavities is the result of tooth decay caused by a failure to brush your teeth after consuming sizable quantities of sugary and acidic foods and beverages. These substances perforate the enamel, which later allows the proliferation of cavity-causing bacteria.

Oral Cancer

Oral cancer can target multiple regions of the mouth, including your throat, tongue, cheeks, and lips. It can go undetected for a while, especially if you fail to visit the dentist every six months as recommended. This disease usually manifests as a swollen or tingling sore with a red or white surface which can be caused by excess tobacco consumption or Human Papilloma Virus (HPV).

Cleft Lip or Palate

A cleft lip or palate occurs in the fetal stage when tissues in the upper lip do not form completely at 6-9 weeks gestation. A cleft lip is not actually a disease; rather, it is a developmental issue. Depending on the severity of the cleft, this condition can either be cosmetic, or it can cause issues with eating, swallowing, and speaking.


More commonly known as “bad breath”, halitosis is a chronic condition that can be caused by a number of risk factors, including smoking, poor dental hygiene, and existing respiratory tract infections. Halitosis can also be a side effect of gingivitis or periodontitis, which are caused by plaque and tartar buildup around the teeth and gums.

How can ERemedium help?

ERemedium is India’s largest health literacy platform and leading Healthcare Digital platform with a presence in over 5,000 Hospitals and clinics, impacting 20 million patients monthly.

ERemedium works closely with over 1,000+ Dentists to better engage and communicate with patients by 3D Dentistry videos

MEDXPLAIN: Medxplain is a cloud-based content subscription platform for doctors which acts as a bridge between a doctor and a patient. Medxplain increases patient satisfaction and promotes health literacy at the moment of most significant impact. Doctors can now communicate over 1,000 conditions, procedures, and treatment options with patients in an unprecedented way via 3D Dentistry videos. The content platform can be opened easily on a mobile, tablet, laptop, or desktop.

The platform comes with full-blown customization and personalization options with exciting features such as real-time sharing, personal content upload, bookmarks, etc.

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MEDCOMM: 22” Touch screen signage embedded with 3D Dentistry videos personalized to specialty and care setting. Doctors can now communicate over 1,000 conditions, procedures, and treatment options with patients in an unprecedented way. Medcomm enables quality consultation in less time by use of a copyrighted content library consisting of 3D anatomy, and gesture-driven Dentistry patient information animations. A centralized knowledge base of the latest research, clinical tools, and medical information at your fingertips. Medcomm is also capable of running promotions which ultimately helps in the digital marketing of pharmaceutical companies.

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MEDIO: Medio uses OPD Waiting Area TV to increase patient satisfaction, ease waiting time, and promote health literacy at the moment of greatest impact. Doctors use it to promote services, facilities, latest updates and high quality Dentistry videos to ensure patients feel a connection to your practice. Medio runs 3D patient education Dentistry  videos and empowers patients with condition-specific Dentistry videos, and much more while they are waiting to meet the Doctor. Content is approved by top medical associations and personalized to Doctor’s Speciality and Care Setting.

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