Dental Plaque = Cavities(Caries) + Gums disease
*Brushing eliminates dental plaque on most teeth surfaces.
*Flossing eliminates plaque between teeth(where tooth brush can't clean)
1.chemically modified the teeth to make them stronger against bacterias' acid that creates cavities
2. Has an antimicrobial effect
3.Can actually reverse cavities if they are small
By doing these 3 things you will prevent cavities and gums diseases.
dentist83 has a very accurate list on the basics to maintaining oral hygiene. The key is to be persistent and habitual. Here's an article I wrote that expands on each of those techniques. http://ezinearticles.com/?The-Basic-Tec … id=6991057
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