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Nursing bottle caries - risk for kids

We believe

#onesmallchange

can make a huge difference!

These sufferings can be alleviated by the preventive measures and imparting knowledge to the community about maintenance and care of the oral and dental hygiene of the kids from day one .

We will spread awareness through e mails and messages to the registered participants to ensure their kids don't suffer from the dental decay.

Please join our mission to create entire caries free generation.

 #onesmallchange

 

One small change in your daily routine can make a big difference!

Start brushing & flossing twice a day & start enjoying a disease free lifestyle.

Is it important to replace my missing teeth?

Most people do manage eating food without full set of teeth.

They realise comfort of chewing food and enjoying the flavour only after they get them back!

Don't wait until its too late.

After all we must enjoy food that we eat.

Sealants on permanent molars reduce risk of cavities by almost

80%

Fissure Sealants

Sealants can protect your children's back teeth, so that they may never need to have a filling! They are a protective plastic coating, which are applied to the chewing surfaces of teeth at risk of decay.

Bad Breath

Bad breath, medically called halitosis, can result from poor dental health habits and may be a sign of other health problems. ... Persistent bad breath or a badtaste in the mouth may be a warning sign of gum (periodontal) disease.

Good brushing technique should take 2 minutes
divide the mouth into 6 sections ...
... and take 20 seconds to brush each.
Start with outer surfaces of the lower jaw ...
... Then the inner and then the biting surfaces...
Repeat with the upper jaw.
Small circular movements near the gumline is most effective.

Brushing Children's teeth

Two 

minutes

Two

times 

a

day

helps 

to 

keep

decay 

away!

Improved tooth brushing

reduces caries risk considerably.  

Flossing

Debris accumulates between the teeth.
If not removed, bacteria will develop and plaque will form.
Use the floss with a back and forth motion ...
... and with a vertical action until all the plaque is removed.
Work the floss gently under the gum.