Health and dental organisations around the world strongly endorse fluoride’s role in protecting dental health. Here’s what you should know about fluoride’s role in dental health and how to get the fluoride you need.
A dental filling is a type of material that is used to restore a decayed, cracked or broken tooth. Cavities and cracks in a tooth provide an entryway for harmful bacteria to get beneath the enamel.
Most people don’t really give much thought to lifestyle in relation to dental health. A quick brushing and flossing in the morning and at night, and that’s it as far as dental care is concerned. Sure that’s important but what you do in between matters too. These three lifestyle aspects have a major impact your oral health.
Flossing is in fact an integral part of good oral health and is just as important as brushing. Dentists recommend flossing at least once a day, either at night or in the morning.
Everybody knows that a baby’s first set of teeth is temporary teeth and will be replaced by permanent teeth in a few years. So is it really important to care for these temporary teeth?