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Risk Factors For Infection Of Tooth Decay

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Astamediagroup: Tooth decay is an infectious and transmissible bacterial disease. It is defined as a biological process of demineralization and re-mineralization dynamic, which means you can control the progression of the disease and make it reversible in its...

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Treat Your Baby Bottle Tooth Decay by dentist in Jaipur

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JaipurDentist: Visit best dentist in Jaipur to treat Baby Bottle Tooth Decay. Also known as Early Childhood Caries, it occurs when acid secreted by bacteria on the teeth, from sugars in foods and beverages consumption damages the tooth enamel. This causes...

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The Caries Process: Why Decay Occurs on the Surfaces of the Teeth

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williamdunn66: Cavities (termed “caries”) are dental complications that affect a large percentage of the United States population. Dental professionals define the caries process as the demineralization, or the loss of the mineral-rich outer surfaces of...

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Dental Infections: Causes, Symptoms, Prevention & Diagnosis

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pensiunecluj: Dental infections, i.e. dental caries, tooth decay or cavities, are bacterial in origin and cause demineralization and destruction of the hard tissues (enamel, dentin and cementum).

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The Caries Process: Why Decay Occurs on the Surfaces of the Teeth

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williamdunn66: The trip to the dentist is something you might anticipate with nervousness, what with the series of pointed instruments ready to be used and perhaps the nagging worry you’ll be told you haven’t

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Which of the following recommendations will help to reduce the incidence of dental caries when the diet contains sugary foods?

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ibibosawaal: Dental caries, also known as tooth decay or a cavity, is an infection, bacterial in origin, that causes demineralization and destruction of the hard tissues (enamel, dentin and cementum), usually by production of acid by bacterial fermentation...

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The Benefits of Fluoride Treatment for Dental Health

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cheneydentalcare: Fluoride is good for teeth because it strengthens tooth enamel that has lost strength through demineralization. Enamel is the outer layer of teeth and the hardest substance found in the human body. Enamel helps protect against tooth decay by...

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How to Combat Cavities in Oviedo Florida

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fTati19d: Tooth decay occurs in any location of the tooth that causes it to form a hole due to too much lose of its mineral content. "Cavity" formation is what this condition is commonly called. Tooth decay is caused by too much oral bacterial infestation...

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Dental Caries

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dentalcarehub: Dental caries is defined as an infectious microbiological disease of the hard structure of the tooth that results in localized demineralization of the inorganic portion and destruction of the organic structures of the tooth.

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Tooth Remineralization: What Your Dentist Hasn't Told You About Cavities

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seamist: Did you know that some cavities are able to heal themselves with the proper care? Learn more...

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