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Preventive Dentistry

There is no dentistry as good as no dentistry. The real aim of good dentistry (and all good medicine) is to eliminate the need for its existence. While we have many techniques and tools at our disposal to bring teeth back to health and proper function, the thrust of the...

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Prevention Works

Prevention seems almost too simple to work, but it does. Perhaps it is more convincing if we look again at what is involved when home dental care is neglected-the kinds of problems that keep your dentist and the specialists we've discussed busy. Restorations. The simplest filling is generally the result...

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Nutrition for Dental Health

After a proper home oral care, the next more important aspect of preventative dentistry is your diet. We know that refined sugar causes tooth decay and that sugar (sucrose) helps plaque grow. The obvious way to maintain a good dental diet is to limit its intake. This is difficult, however,...

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