The hyper-white areas are examples of tooth decalcification or demineralization after chronic poor brushing with braces. Further demineralization can lead to a cavity
Anatomy of a Bad Tooth: Art print and poster
Anatomy of a Bad Tooth: Art print and poster by Rachelignotofsky
Dental hygiene graduation cake
Fact or Myth: If you have a cavity, you'll know it. Myth. “That’s a big, big, bad myth,” Harms says. Mild tooth decay doesn’t cause symptoms. The pain we associate with cavities comes when tooth decay is more advanced and causes damage to the nerve. Allowing tooth decay to advance can “lead to much more expensive procedures, like root canals,” says Harms.
Ancient Greece: THE MINOAN AND MYCENAEAN CIVILIZATIONS PowerPoint Presentation
29 flash cards that cover the vocabulary for body directions, planes, cavities, and regions for Anatomy.
Notice how almost all cavities are in-between the teeth where only the floss can go. The toothbrush cleans the smooth surfaces of the teeth and the floss cleans in-between the teeth. Almost all cavities are caused because people eat and drink too much sugar and do not floss each and every day.
Sugar-free gum with Xylitol helps prevents the harmful bacteria in your mouth from metabolizing sugar thus preventing cavities from forming on your teeth! If you can’t brush after a meal you should chew Sugar-free gum with Xylitol.
Eye Tooth Dental Art Collectable Cubist Anthony Falbo
Tooth With A Cavity
Cheddar, Swiss, mozzarella, and Monterey jack…. Cheese is one of the healthiest snacks for your child’s teeth! Not only does it provide much-needed calcium, it disrupts the development of cavities; especially when eaten as a snack or at the end of a meal. Which kind of cheese has your child saying “Please?” Dentaltown Message Board > Health Topics > Nutrition > Eating cheese can prevent tooth decay: study. http://www.dentaltown.com/MessageBoard/thread.aspx?s=2&f=132&t=207133&pg=1&r=3634563