Periodontal Care

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Topic Title: Periodontal Care
Created On: 06/23/2010 11:37 PM

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 11/14/2017 11:31 PM

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varana

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Poor oral hygiene, such as infrequent brushing and flossing, along with irregular visits to your dental health professional, are the most common causes of gingivitis. Nobody likes to think about losing their teeth, I suggest start taking care of your dental health everyday.



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 10/16/2014 06:05 AM

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varana

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Brush at least twice a day and make sure you follow good brushing techniques. The correct brushing technique recommended by dentists pertains to positioning the toothbrush at a 45-degree angle where your teeth and gums meet and using firm pressure to insert the bristles between the two. Use this technique as well in brushing the surface of your teeth and inside it. And when it's time to brush the inside areas of your lower and upper front teeth, hold the toothbrush vertically.



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 08/15/2013 06:42 AM

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harry_lloyd

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Periodontal diseases creates from gum inflammation to serious disease that results in major damage to the soft tissue and bone in your mouth that support your gus. The last stage of this disease is tooth lose. You should immidiately contact with a good dentist if you are feeling this in your gums. GurzDental Inc. is a good place to take ideas and good treatemnts for dental diseases. You can also visit "deltadentist.com" for information regarding this.


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 08/03/2011 11:07 AM

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ppatel24

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Brushing your teeth right after a meal may not be the good habit you think it is.

Research suggests that the exposure to acidic food and drinks during meals softens the enamel of your teeth. Brushing your teeth immediately after consuming acidic foods and drinks increases the chance of enamel erosion.

Therefore, to help prevent dental erosion, it is recommended to avoid brushing for at least 60 minutes after eating or drinking acidic foods or drinks.
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 06/28/2010 10:16 AM

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AmariT

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Do you recommend brushing immediately after eating, or is the normal twice a day fine?
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