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The Role of Genetics in Oral Health

The Role of Genetics in Oral Health

When it comes to oral health problems, we often attribute them to our genetics. While genes do play a role in certain aspects of oral health, they are not the sole cause of these problems.

Genes influence the formation of teeth, jaw structure, and oral cavity. Traits like crooked teeth, crowded teeth, jaw size, and improper bite can be passed down through generations.

Dementia

Dementia

Dementia is a syndrome characterized by the deterioration of cognitive functions such as memory, thinking, orientation, and learning ability. This condition can significantly impact the quality of life for both the patient and their close ones. One of the frequently raised questions concerning dementia is whether it has a hereditary component.

Albinism

Albinism

Albinism is a genetic disorder that causes a deficiency in melanin, the pigment responsible for the color of the skin, hair, and eyes in humans.

People with albinism often have pale or very light skin, as well as light hair.

Albinism occurs in all racial and ethnic groups worldwide. Most children with albinism are born to parents with normal hair and eye color.

A World Through Our Genes: The Inheritance of Sensory Perception

A World Through Our Genes: The Inheritance of Sensory Perception

The way we experience the world around us is a symphony of intricate details received through our senses. From the vibrant hues of a sunset to the melodic chirping of birds, our sensory perception shapes our understanding and appreciation of the world. But have you ever wondered how these fundamental abilities are passed down from generation to generation?

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