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Fluoride gel reduces tooth decay in children

Tooth decay affects 60% to 90% of children. Levels of tooth decay vary between and within countries, but it is generally true that children in lower socioeconomic groups (measured by income, education and employment) have more tooth decay. 884 mais palavras

Tooth Decay

Little contemporary evidence to evaluate effectiveness of fluoride in the water

Tooth decay is a significant problem worldwide affecting the majority of adults and children. Although levels of tooth decay have been decreasing in some communities (levels vary both between and within countries), generally children from poorer backgrounds (measured by income, education and employment) have greater levels of tooth decay. 1.191 mais palavras

Tooth Decay

La Vitamine D et vos dents

 

L’exposition au soleil peut-elle être bénéfique pour vos dents ? Oui… peut-être…

Beaucoup de recherches et de débats ont eu lieu sur les effets de la Vitamine D (la vitamine du soleil) et son impact sur la santé buccodentaire. 499 mais palavras

Francais

Healthier Teeth - Well.....STRINGS ATTACHED

At the end of every scaling ( cleaning appointment) we usually take out time to talk to the patient about oral hygiene. Ask about their technique – correct it – recommend stuff etc. 418 mais palavras

Educative

¿Cómo evitar las caries en los niños?

Los niños de 1 a 3 años son las víctimas más frecuentes de las caries.

Las caries son un problema dental con mayor incidencia en las personas en general. 156 mais palavras

Los problemas dentales más comunes en los niños

Los niños suelen presentar diferentes problemas en sus dientes. Esto se debe a accidentes repentinos, o problemas de cuidado e higiene.

Los especialistas y libros medicos… 126 mais palavras

The Canary System is More Accurate Than X-Rays for Detecting Proximal Caries

Just published in the Journal of Investigative and Clinical Dentistry on May 27, 2015:

Proximal caries lesion detection using the Canary Caries Detection System: an  301 mais palavras

Dental Caries