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25/01/2016

teeth whiteningOnce you’ve completed a teeth whitening treatment, there are a few steps you can take to maintain your whiter smile. Avoid stain-causing foods and beverages – coffee, tea, wine, sports drinks, hard candy, berries and tomato sauce are all foods that can cause tooth discoloration. Use a straw – when drinking beverages, use a straw to keep stain-causing dyes away from your teeth. Quit smoking – smoking tobacco can cause teeth to become discolored. Eliminating tobacco can help keep your teeth bright.

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25/01/2016

kujdesi dentar te femijetYou’re kids’s teeth are very important. Encouraging mouth hygiene from an early age will help to set your kids up for good dental health for the rest of their lives. It’s important to make sure you are caring for their mouths before they’re able to do it on their own, and then showing them how once they’re old enough. According to Klinika Gjermane e Dhëmbit just because baby teeth are not permanent, doesn’t mean they aren’t important. That’s why you have to make sure you are passing down healthy habits and avoiding infant tooth decay by following this timeline.

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20/01/2016

zbardhja e dhembeve It is important that we brush our teeth after we eat breakfast, lunch and dinner. Teeth pigmented or diskoloruar are common in people of different ages and this comes as a result of various causes, such as coffee, someking , tea and certain types of medications. But, did you know that outfits, jewelry and your skin tan are those who show your teeth too. In this article we have present you some tips on how to show your white teeth:

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15/01/2016

What effects does Coca Cola have on your teeth? We all know that Coca Cola is dangerous for our health, but we still drink two or more cokes a day. Do you know how much sugar does a Coca Cola can contain? Or what kind of damage might cost to your health? What happens with your teeth? We have a couple of information that will shock you: Sugar One Coca Cola contains more than 9 tsp. of sugar. Bacteria that live inside your mouth eat sugar, producing acid as a result. This acid begins to erode your tooth enamel around the bacterial colony, allowing the bacteria to move into the eroded areas and eventually leading to cavities. Depending on the time that it takes you to finish, a soda can increase or decrease the total damage done to your teeth. It only takes 20 seconds for bacteria to produce acid but the effects can last 30 minutes

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03/12/2015

It is very important to remind parents about the importance of early childhood dental visits and establishing an oral hygiene routine at a young age.

Did you know decay can occur as soon as teeth appear? Tooth decay impacts more than oral health. Bacteria in the mouth can also spread in the body and eventually contribute to heart disease, heart attack and more. A healthy smile means a happy and healthy child. Oral health tips for parents include:

  1. Create a dental relationship early.Arrange an appointment to the dentist for your child within six months of the first tooth eruption or by your child’s first birthday.
  2. Limit bottles at bedtime only on water. Sleeping with juice or milk can cause childhood decay due to sugars from liquids that remain in direct contact with the teeth for prolonged periods.
  3. Clean pacifiers in a good way.Cavity-caused by bacteria can be transmitted to children from adults. Do not clean pacifiers with your own mouth and then give it to your children.

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