CAVITY: Cavities refer to tooth decay, which occur when the bacteria builds up acid in mouth and start to dissolve the enamel layer and it’s underlying layer , the dentin. Root decay : Occur when the cavities form on the root surfaces of teeth. Common type among older adults, who more likely have gum disorder…

Even if you’re cavity-free that doesn’t mean you’re immune to gum disease. Since it’s usually painless, most people have no idea that anything is wrong with their gums.Gum disease is preventable.Here are a few ways you can help keep your gums healthy. Floss:Floss at least once a day. This helps remove the plaque and food…

HOW TOOTH CAVITY FORMS 1. Plaque forms. Dental plaque is a clear sticky film that coats your teeth. Its due to food especially sugar and starch that is not cleaned properly. Bacteria begin to accumulate and feed on the food debris causing plaque. Plaque that stays on your teeth can harden under or above your…

Keep them clean Brushing at least twice a day and using dental floss are great ways to maintain optimal dental health. Poor hygiene can also lead to gum diseases, which may cause your gums to recede, exposing the borders of veneers and putting them at risk of chipping or detachment.    Use the right toothpaste…

Have you ever noticed that after a dental cleaning your teeth look sparkly and white, but over time they appear more dull and yellow? That yellowish color comes from plaque. Plaque accumulates on your teeth both above and below your gum line.  Plaque requires food debris, bacteria, tooth surface and time to form. Plaque will…

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