Preventative

Dental Sealants

The chewing surfaces of our back teeth have many grooves and pits that can easily trap food debris. These areas are highly susceptible to tooth decay because it is easy for decay causing bacteria to colonize these areas and remain undisturbed from toothbrushes...

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Fluorides – Protect Your Teeth against Decay

Tooth decay is a painful condition that can be prevented if you follow good oral hygiene practices and use the protective action of fluorides.

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Scaling and Root Planing

Disease of the gums and the bone supporting the teeth is called periodontal disease. It can lead to bone destruction and tooth loss over time, if not treated. Interestingly, periodontal disease may sometimes not cause any pain, which is the reason why many times...

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Tuesday:

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