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What Are The Causes Of Cavities In Toddlers?

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Tooth decay at any age is bad news, but it is particularly so in children. Not only does it cause a lot of pain, but it can lead to a variety of ongoing problems that extend past your mouth. Oral infections can affect your overall health, including your heart health, so ensuring that you’re avoiding these issues from the time your children are young will keep them healthy throughout their youth. You want to avoid tooth decay from happening by equipping your child with good oral hygiene knowledge and by giving them healthy-nutritious food and drink that have a positive effect on their precious teeth and gums. Tooth decay is also known as dental caries or cavities. The disease causes damage to the structure of your tooth or teeth. When food particles are left on and in between teeth after a meal or drink, the bacteria in your mouth (plaque)…


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5 Ways To Prevent Unhealthy Gums

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Good oral hygiene is not only important to the look, taste and smell of your mouth and teeth, it is also extremely important to your overall health. We all have those lazy days when we skip a brush or floss, but the impact that just a few of these ‘lazy days’ can have on your overall oral health can be extensive. The mouth is a place with millions of bacteria that are constantly moving around – some are harmless but some can attack your gums and teeth. Harmful bacterias are found in plaque (a colourless sticky film on your teeth), and it causes gum disease. If plaque continues to build and isn’t removed, it can cause your gums to bleed. If the problem persists serious health concerns may arise. It is best to keep your oral hygiene in good condition and to visit the dentist regularly. Here are 5 ways…


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