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The Importance of Caring for Your Child’s Primary Teeth

Teaching your child proper oral hygiene at a young age is an important part of ensuring their long-term health. If left untreated, dental disease can cause a number of other problems such as diabetes, pneumonia, heart disease and increased risk of stroke. According to the American Academy of Paediatric Dentistry, tooth decay is now the most common chronic childhood condition and is five times more common than asthma. As well as putting your child’s physical health at risk, poor oral hygiene can impact their psychological development by causing pain, poor nutrition and lowering their self-esteem.

The Prevalence of Childhood Dental Disease

Children begin teething at around six months of age and usually ...

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How DIAGNOdent Can Help Dentists Stop Tooth Decay in its Tracks

When it comes to dental care, preventing problems before they start is always preferable to treating them at a later date. Early detection of complications such as tooth decay and gum disease can prevent them from developing into more serious conditions as well as saving you money on dental bills. Although regular examinations and X-rays can spot the majority of dental problems, microscopic cracks or dents in the tooth surface can lead to cavities developing inside the tooth that are often missed during routine check-ups.

This has led to many dentists investing in new technology such as the DIAGNOdent laser tool that has the ability to spot tooth cavities in their early stages even if ...

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How to Care For Dental Bridges

A healthy smile can go a long way in helping you make a good first impression on the people you meet. This is especially important for those who work in industries that require them to be immaculately presented when dealing with clients and members of the public. A missing tooth not only puts a dent in your confidence, but it can also lead to other problems such as difficulty chewing and speaking. Gaps between the teeth can also cause the surrounding teeth to move out of place. One of the most common types of restorative dental procedures is known as a bridge or partial denture and can completely transform your ...

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