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More LA Smiles Jun 24
Here's something you may not have considered: Spit, don't rinse your mouth after you've brushed your teeth! Why? You don't want to wash away the that repairs enamel & strengthens your teeth. A difficult habit to break, but it can reduce by up to 25%!
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Dental Center of Tysons Corner 21h
Sugary beverages such as soda and Red Bull may taste sweet and seem refreshing, but they can also wreak havoc on your teeth. Stick to water whenever possible.
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Emlyn Dental Care Jun 26
Did you know... that a single 15ml serving of tomato ketchup has roughly one teaspoon of sugar in it!
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Smiles On Michigan Jun 25
The phrase, "You Are What You Eat," applies to the teeth. While certain foods can cause decay in the teeth, certain fruits, vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy and proteins can benefit the teeth. Watch here:
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Spencer Linck Jun 24
Does anyone else see a wide open mouth with really weird teeth?
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Trident Dentistry Jun 25
Cavities typically don't cause any obvious symptoms until the damage is extensive enough to affect your tooth's pulp or nerve root. During preventive exams, your dentist checks all of your teeth for soft spots, the first indicator of tooth decay.
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Family Choice Dental Jun 23
Plaque can form acid from sugars and carbohydrates that harm the teeth. We can help prevent the acid from wearing down the enamel. Watch here:
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AdvantageDentalGroup Jun 25
Read on to learn more about your options for reversing tooth decay.
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BalmoralDentalCenter Jun 25
Wondering what you can do if you've already experienced tooth decay?
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Pioneer Dental Group Jun 23
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Norman Knowles DMD Jun 20
Looking for more information on common diseases that can increase your chances of being diagnosed with tooth decay?
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Grove Dental 18h
Sweet frozen treats can increase your risk of tooth decay.
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Fiona O'Neill Jun 21
Sorry - Not loving you so much right now 😭😭😭
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Louise Rayment-Dyble Jun 25
Understand your cat’s dental health with our checklist
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Dentalreach 10h
Pediatricians’ Checklist on Oral Health of Children
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Southern CT Dental 22h
Everyone knows eating too much sugar can lead to , but few are aware of exactly how that happens. ?
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Huron Dental Centre 24h
We understand that cavities can happen in kids, which is why we offer both preventative and restorative care. If you are worried about your kid's oral hygiene, call 855 393-0900 today.
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Ashburn Children's Jun 25
We help our patients avoid the dangers of !
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Scott Young, DDS Jun 25
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ITF Jun 23
can have many causes and side effects for , so prevention is always better than treatment. Get tips for preventing tooth decay in toddlers here:
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