PLAQUE

Your teeth are covered with a sticky film called plaque that can contribute to tooth decay and gum disease. Plaque contains bacteria, which following a meal or snack containing sugar can release acids that attack tooth enamel. Repeated attacks can cause the enamel to...

What can I do at home to protect my oral health?

Periodontal disease and tooth decay are diseases of bacterial origin. Meticulous oral hygiene and using antibacterial rinses and solutions are ‘things’ you can and should do at home! COMMON ORAL SYSTEMIC QUESTIONS Q: How much does it cost to treat gum disease? A: Like...

BOTTLED WATER

For six decades, the American Dental Association has continuously endorsed the fluoridation of community water supplies and the use of fluoride-containing products as safe and effective measures for preventing tooth decay. The majority of bottled waters on the market...

TMJ/TMD Headache Risk Assessment

Headaches, facial pain and jaw joint problems too often progress to the point of disability and life-changing misery. The TMD-headache Risk Assessment Calculator measures your risk factors for facial pain and headaches, your temporomandibular joints (TMJ) and your...
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