Dental caries or tooth decay causes gradual softening of enamel and dentine. It begins
when bacteria acting on sugars produc

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Dental caries or tooth decay causes gradual softening of enamel and dentine. It begins
when bacteria acting on sugars produce acids that softens or demineralises the enamel.
Masses of bacterial cells together with food particles stick to the teeth to form dental
plaque. Saliva cannot reach the tooth surface to neutralise the acid as plaque covers the
teeth. Brushing the teeth after eating removes the plaque before the bacteria produce
acids. If untreated, microorganisms may invade the pulp, causing inflammation and
infection.
1)What are the common dental problems?
2)How can you cure gum disease without a dentist?
3)What does rinsing with salt water do?
4)How can I get rid of a tooth infection without antibiotics?
5)How can I strengthen my gums and teeth naturally?

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Liliana 3 months 2021-07-17T13:38:26+00:00 1 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-07-17T13:39:38+00:00

    Answer:

    refer to passage

    Explanation:

    brush daily

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