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  • Lifestyle Tips For Healthy Teeth 15/06/2016

    Looking after your mouth and overall health is an essential thing in making the most of your smile. It is advisable to brush your teeth at least twice a day. You can brush your teeth as the last thing in the evening before you sleep and on one other occasion with a fluoride based toothpaste. Additionally, you need to have regular check-ups with your dentist since this aids in keeping your teeth healthy. Drinking alcohol, your diet, and smoking affects your dental health. Take a look at some lifestyle tips for healthy teeth that you can incorporate in your day to day life. 

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  • Why Should I Use Interdental Brushes? 14/06/2016

    One of the best ways to protect your gums from diseases is to use a quality interdental brush which prevents food from the stacking in between your teeth. Similarly, it decreases the risk of plaque – a substance consisting of bacteria that may cause gum inflammation.

    Usually, the person that suggests whether you need interdental brush is your dentist, who may ask you to do so following a routine examination of your teeth.

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  • Causes Of Bad Breath And It's Treatment 13/06/2016

    Bad breath is a bit of a common problem with no limits in who it can affect in terms of age.

    On a regular basis, out of every four people, statistically one will suffer from bad breath (halitosis).

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  • How to Deal With Gum Diseases 09/06/2016

    Gum diseases are more common than you think, and those who're suffering from it often display symptoms like swollen or sore gums. As the gums become infected, the person can have difficulty while brushing their teeth, and bleeding may occur. Sometimes, gum diseases give birth to bad breath as well.

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  • Tooth Decay What You Need To Know 08/06/2016

    A film of bacteria known as plaque builds up on your teeth leading to teeth decay when acid produced by the bacteria eats away the enamel. Further problems can result if plaque is allowed to build up and they include dental caries (holes in the teeth), gum disease or dental abscesses (these are collections of pus at the end of the teeth or gums.)

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