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Ways to Reverse Tooth Decay

Ways to Reverse Tooth Decay

Dental Stains Causes Infographic
In layman terms, tooth decay refers to a hole in the tooth. When the bacteria attacks the tooth enamel, it leads to the demineralisation of the enamel layer. But do you know, it is possible to remineralise the tooth enamel. Yes, now you can save your decayed tooth by replenishing the tooth enamel.

What is tooth decay?

Tooth decay is when the hardest outer layer of the tooth, i.e. tooth enamel, gets destroyed over time. Whenever you eat, plaque, a sticky film, forms on the teeth. If this layer is not cleaned off, then the underlying bacteria produce acids attacking the tooth enamel.

Over time, the enamel wears away and leads to cavities or tooth decay. Tooth decay is common in children as they eat more sugary candies and food items. Sugar-containing foods and drinks are conducive to the production of acids. Tooth decay is also common in adults with growing age.

Check out today’s infographic to learn more about the ways to reserve tooth decay.

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