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Category Archives: Preventive Dentistry

  • General Dental Care: U...

    Tooth decay and cavities are one of the most common dental health problems in the world today. Dental decay occurs when bacteria in the mouth make acid which then dissolves the tooth.If cavities are not treated appropriately, it can affect … Read More

    0 Thursday, November 28, 2013
  • It’s Time To Get You...

    Generally, dental conditions are not taken seriously as compared to other medical conditions, which demand an immediate attention. As symptoms of certain dental conditions don’t appear early, and does not harm or impact the bodily functions, we tend to ignore … Read More

    0 Monday, August 19, 2013
  • Your Guide on Mouthwas...

    Along with brushing your teeth twice in a day and flossing, mouthwash has become an important part of good oral habits. Rinsing your mouth after every meal or brushing twice a day can protect your teeth and gums against bacteria, … Read More

    0 Thursday, July 18, 2013
  • How To Prevent Tooth D...

    Tooth decay damages the structure of the tooth. It is also known as dental caries. It is a preventive disease. After eating or drinking, the germs also called plaque in the mouth turns food into acid. This acid over the … Read More

    0 Thursday, June 27, 2013
  • Factors Affecting Toot...

    The strength of the tooth is more often than not driven by the vitality and health of the pulp. The interwoven structure of nerves, tissues, and blood vessels, is spread from the surface of the tooth to its root. The … Read More

    0 Tuesday, June 25, 2013
  • Selecting The Right To...

    Regarding selection of toothpaste, different people have different choices. Some people select toothpaste that their family uses from years while some people choose according to their budget. Many people believe in changing their toothpaste more often for taste and flavor. … Read More

    0 Monday, June 24, 2013
  • Dental Plaque – Caus...

    Plaque is a condition in which sticky white substance accumulates, consisting of bacteria and germs, on the teeth. In this condition, a gelatinous component becomes the reason for thriving and breading of oral bacteria and it also promotes production of … Read More

    0 Saturday, May 18, 2013
  • Endodontic Treatment P...

    Endodontic treatment is more prominently called as root canal, which is performed when the nerve of a tooth gets infected and the patient wishes to keep the tooth. If the root canal is not preformed, dentists would have to remove … Read More

    0 Monday, April 8, 2013