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Choosing a name for your dental practice and the real power of branding.

Choice of name in any business contributes to the success and/or how your potential clients can relate to it. As a dentist, there is a need for you to know the importance of the brand recognition. Your association of brand greatly determines the lasting impression of your practice to your patients. Branding your practice is usually an investment in itself.

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Need strong and healthy teeth? These are 5 foods you should include in your diet.

The mouth is an important organ of the body and a sensitive part which needs take great care. It’s essential to brush and floss at least twice a day. In spite of the great care, tooth decay and gum diseases still occur and are very common.  People wonder why these diseases occur despite the great care and they don’t know the secret lies in our eating habits.

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How can tartar formation be controlled?

As much as great and excellent care is taken for your oral hygiene, there are still some bacteria that can be found in your mouth. Tartar results from the accumulation of plaque which is commonly formed from a mix of proteins and other food by-products. The food acids can highly damage the enamel thus leading to teeth cavities. These acids can later lead to gum infection. One of the major ways of preventing you from getting permanent tooth decay is by removing the plaque as often as possible.

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Natural and effective ways of curbing tooth decay.

Tooth decay can happen to anyone. If it is left untreated dental cavities can become infected and eventually tooth decay can lead to loss of teeth. Tooth decay begins with the normal bacteria feeding on food particles left in your mouth and the byproduct of this activity is acid. When this acid combines with food debris, acid, and saliva forms plaque, and if it is not removed promptly, that’s the start of tooth decay. The more you consume food without brushing and/or flossing, it forms a harder layer called tartar. The final result is gum diseases.

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