• 14 DEC 19
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    Techniques to encourage your child brush their teeth

    Techniques to encourage your child brush their teeth

    Child’s baby teeth are prone for tooth decay as soon as it appears through the gums. In some cases Infants and toddlers may experience severe tooth decay that their teeth cannot be saved and need to be removed. It is necessary to maintain proper dental care from the beginning by cleaning your baby’s mouth with clean

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    • 15 JUL 18
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    What are Dental X-rays?

    What are Dental X-rays?

    Dental X-ray also known as Dental Radiography are a useful diagnostic tool for any dental care treatment plan. They help your dentist detect damage and disease which is not visible during a normal dental examination. How often Dental X-rays have to be taken may depends on your existing oral health condition, age and risk for or

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    • 15 JUN 17
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    What is Acid Attack?

    What is Acid Attack?

    Acid attack, also called as dental erosion, is one of the types of tooth wear. It is irreversible loss of tooth enamel due to chemical particularly acidic foods and drinks. Enamel (the strongest protective coating of the tooth) when damaged the exposes dentin that can lead to tooth sensitivity and tooth pain. There are lots

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    • 08 APR 17
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    Tooth Decay in Babies

    Tooth Decay in Babies

    As soon as baby’s teeth starts to come, the baby teeth are prone to cavities. This happens if babies are usually offered with  sugar-containing foods or drinks and are allowed to stay in the mouth for a long periods of time. The bacteria on the mouth turns the sugar into acids that damages the tooth

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