You can see now that avoidance entails more than just brushing and flossing and avoiding sugar. It’s a complex subject with many ramifications. In particular, your dentist may suggest taking some extra precautions to assess your caries risk and then recommending antibacterial agents, topical fluoride, and calcium to help you control the risk. There must…

Tooth erosion is the chemical etching away of tooth structure from tooth surfaces, resulting in a gradual permanent loss of tooth structure. It is yet another issue that is being increasingly prevalent in developed countries. There are, however, certain foods that can help inhibit tooth decay. In this post, we’ll have a look at them.…

Dental caries, also known as tooth decay, is an infectious disease that damages the structure of teeth. The most visible effects of dental caries are cavities, which are hollowed-out openings or gaps. Caries cause pain, tooth loss, and, in extreme circumstances, death if left untreated. In the most severe cases, inflammation will spread to the…

Tooth decay remains one of the most common diseases today, but modern dentistry has seen significant advancements in the fight against cavities. Dentists are now adopting a personalized approach to tooth decay care, rather than a one-size-fits-all approach, based on years of an experimental and clinical study. The previous method of treating decay by drilling…