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The Truth Behind Sugar Free Chewing Gum: Why it's Good for Teeth

Acidic pH in the oral cavity is caused by two main things. The first and perhaps most ostensibly damaging cause is the metabolisation of sugars in the mouth by bacteria in the plaque to produce acid as a by-product which then leads to the formation of lesions and eventually cavities. 442 more words

What is Gum Disease and Why Can it be Thought to be The Biggest Problem Facing Modern Dentistry?

Gum Disease has become the leading cause of tooth loss in the UK.

There are three main forms of this disease.

Gingivitis is the inflammation of the gingivae, the gums and the cause of this redness and inflammation is usually plaque, hence the commonly used term, plaque induced gingivitis. 280 more words

Fluoride treatment after cleaning

After every Dental cleaning, we apply a Fluoride treatment on top of the teeth from bottom to front. This Fluoride paste serves to strengthen enamel and helps desensitize exposed root surfaces if any. 17 more words

Dental Care

recent discovery

You thought my plight about the ceiling was over, save for the illness. As did I. Alas, we were wrong.

This past weekend I was working on packing things and decided to take everything off the walls. 248 more words

Landlord

Act Now

The Belfast Telegraph reports that an Irish language bill will be published in the near future, though the DUP have already rejected such an Act. (For more background and discussion see  173 more words

Belfast

Ombre cake for a little boy

This two tier cake has vanilla sponge in the first layer and chocolate blackout cake in the second. It is covered in a sweetened swiss meringue buttercream and adorned with a personalized plaque.

 

Cake

Embellie Concept - Centre de Formation || 2009

Embellie Concept – Centre de Formation || Plaquette / Dépliants
Affiches / Panneaux / Flyers || 2009 | © Katia IOSCA/IFK design 60 more words

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