• 29 AUG 22
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    Water Benefits in Oral Health

    Water Benefits in Oral Health

    Choosing water as your regular drink is good for our health. It keeps our body hydrated, helps distribute nutrients, and gets rid of unwanted toxins keeping our skin glowing, muscles and bones moves smoothly. Nevertheless, what is the benefit of drinking water in our oral health? Let me tell you some. Fluoride is a natural

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    • 06 JUL 22
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    Teeth Flossing

    Teeth Flossing

    ADA recommends cleaning in between teeth daily with proper dental cleaner tools like floss. Flossing is part of an important dental hygiene practice, it helps remove sticky film called plaque and could help prevent cavities and gum disease. Dental Consideration There are many interdental cleaner tools to choose from such as dental picks, string floss,

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    • 11 APR 22
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    Bad Breath

    Bad Breath

    Bad breath is not only unpleasant but also indication of unhealthy mouth and dental disease. Some causes of bad breath are harmless others are serious medical condition; here are some of the causes:  Food- Strong pungent smelling food or drinks such as garlic, onion, and coffee can affect your breath.  Smoking- not only affects quality of

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    • 18 OCT 21
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    Why Fluoride is Important?

    Why Fluoride is Important?

    Fluoride is a cavity fighter , it both benefits adults and children in preventing tooth decay by making outer teeth surface (enamel) resistant to acid attacks from plaque bacteria and sugars in the mouth that cause tooth decay. According to ADA Fluoride is useful through “Before teeth break through the gums, the fluoride taken in

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