Prevent Cavities by Effective Caries Risk Management

Caries Management by Risk Assessment: Part IV: What is your bacterial load?

In previous blogs, we discussed how cavities form when bacteria in our mouths convert carbohydrates from our diet into corrosive acids. Bacteria + Carbohydrates from diet and snacking = acids which melt the teeth and cause cavities It makes sense to address the bacteria in our mouths if we want to develop a plan to reduce future cavities. There

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Sugar-Free Drinks Destroy Tooth Enamel And Cause Dental Erosion, Study Finds

Many people opt for sugar-free drinks in order to spare their teeth from decay and damage. However, a new study by researchers from Melbourne University found that sugar-free drinks are equally as harmful to teeth. The researchers, led by professor Eric Reynolds from the Oral Health Cooperative Research Center, investigated how 23 sugar-free drinks affected oral health

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Oral Care Cross Training For Healthier Teeth

Cross-training is all the rage in the fitness world. It makes sense for a healthy, toned body. It also makes sense when it comes to healthy teeth and gums. Start a Routine For Better Oral Care It is important to disrupt or remove the sticky bacterial film which forms on our teeth on a daily

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Oral Health: Part II Disease Affecting The Teeth - Cavities

Cavities & Oral Health: Disease Affecting The Teeth

Cavities Dental cavities, also known as caries or tooth decay, are by far the most common oral disease affecting the hard structure of the tooth. Cavities are also the most preventable dental disease. What are cavities? Cavities are the melting of the hard outer layer of the tooth leading to a hole in that tooth. What

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Oral Health: Part II Disease Affecting The Teeth - Cavities

Cavities & Oral Health: Disease Affecting The Teeth

Cavities Dental cavities, also known as caries or tooth decay, are by far the most common oral disease affecting the hard structure of the tooth. Cavities are also the most preventable dental disease. What are cavities? Cavities are the melting of the hard outer layer of the tooth leading to a hole in that tooth. What

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Oral Health: Part II Disease Affecting The Teeth - Cavities

Cavities & Oral Health: Disease Affecting The Teeth

Cavities Dental cavities, also known as caries or tooth decay, are by far the most common oral disease affecting the hard structure of the tooth. Cavities are also the most preventable dental disease. What are cavities? Cavities are the melting of the hard outer layer of the tooth leading to a hole in that tooth. What

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Avoid The Drill:Reuduc Future Cavities With Caries Management

Caries Management By Risk Assessment: Part II

In the previous post, we introduced you to CAMBRA, Caries Management by Risk Assessment, which evaluates the possibility of developing certain diseases in the future. Now we’ll go into further detail on how it all works. How is Caries Risk Assessment done? We meet with patients and collect information about their dental history and current condition

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