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October – The Month of National Dental Hygiene

October is National Dental Hygiene month in the United States of America. In this month, awareness about the significance of having healthy gums and teeth is created all over the country. Dental experts and professionals educate and enlighten people about the different risks and threats pertaining t read more

Fissure sealants – Are these really protecting your teeth?

In case you have never noticed, the top surface of your teeth which you use to chew food is not flat and level. This top surface has tiny structures like hills and valleys. These are called pits and fissures. Now the pits and fissure can be ideal hideouts for dental plaque and bacteria because, some read more

Wine - Could it be harmful for my teeth?

When sugary items are eaten excessively, the bacteria in the oral cavity react with the sugar on the teeth and produce acids and toxins. These acids start damaging the tooth enamel, which is the outer surface of the tooth. Eventually, tooth decay and dental cavities occur. The consumption of wine, p read more

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