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Sharjah Corniche Medical Centre 2h
are permanently damaged areas in the hard surface of the that develop into tiny openings or holes causing pain. If left untreated, these could lead to infection and further complications. For remedial measures, talk to our dental experts at 065751222.
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Erik Johnson, DMD 21h
Think you have a cavity? Here's the ABCs of .
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Eastside Dental 17h
The older the patient, the more susceptible they can be to cavities. Thus, we encourage people to seek regular checkups twice a year. Watch more:
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Jenkins & LeBlanc 17h
The best way to prevent is good . But, until your child is managing successfully on their own, help them brush their teeth 2-3 times a day, and begin flossing teeth wherever two teeth are touching.
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City Dental Centre- Middle East Oct 22
Dental care is just a call away! Consult us for holistic dental solutions for your family. Call us – +919654440140 Visit -
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Dentistry@68 Oct 18
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Tim Sylvia Oct 15
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Dr. Steve Kim, DDS 21h
is really bad for your because acids and sugars in soda soften tooth enamel and cause . Don't drink too much soda! -
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Howtocure 4h
Cavities suck! But with this video, you'll have one more reason to smile! Heal and reverse tooth cavities and decay by these amazing home remedies!
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Jenkins & LeBlanc Oct 21
In addition to dairy building healthy bones, milk🥛 and cheese🧀 also contains the beneficial nutrient calcium, which strengthens teeth and neutralizes acid, protecting from .
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SmileLine Dental 52m
What is oral hygiene? is the practice of keeping the mouth and teeth clean to prevent dental problems, most commonly, dental , , periodontal(gum) diseases, and .
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Faces & Smiles Oct 22
Try to limit your intake of acidic drinks such as juices, cordials and soft drinks. acids soften material and dissolve the minerals in tooth enamel, causing holes ( or ).
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Donna Cavanagh Oct 21
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Iberia Dental Associates Oct 18
Tackle your head-on this ! Call Iberia Dental Associates at (337) 367-2211 to schedule your next cleaning, and prevent cavities before they happen!
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Dr. A. J. Peretz Oct 17
Did you know 1 in 5 Americans have untreated cavities? The best way to detect and treat them — see us twice a year! Until your next check-up, here are some tips on how to prevent . ?
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Grand Oaks Dentistry Oct 18
Hard and sticky get stuck on your and lead to dental decay and ! Try going for chocolate instead. If you do enjoy some candy, be sure to brush, floss, and use fluoride to protect your teeth from damage!
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THE SMILE STUDIOS 24h
Poor Dental care can lead to , Did you know that other more serious health problems can also result from poor oral care?  offers free consultation and your treatment will begin with a…
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Cin Wat Oct 22
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Bruce Rogers Oct 17
Is and the same thing? Tooth decay is not the same as a cavity but tooth decay can lead to the formation of a cavity. Tooth decay originates with plaque, the sticky, bacteria-laden film that collects on your teeth between brushing.
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Broadmoor Dental Oct 15
are a natural antibacterial food and can help reduce the risk of developing and .
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