Month: March 2009

Tooth or dental sealants are used to prevent tooth decay and the formation of cavities. Due to the irregular surfaces of our teeth plaque gets accumulated and sometimes it becomes difficult to remove it. As a result it attracts bacteria which cause cavities and the tooth starts to decay and eventually becomes dead. In order […]

Gingivitis or pyorrhea is also known as inflammation of the gums, whereas periodontal or gum disease is an infection of the tissues surrounding the teeth. Bleeding gums and constant bad breath are often the first signs of gum disease. It has been established that both gingivitis and periodontal disease are caused by bacterial plaque; however, […]

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