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Prevent your teeth from having Decay.

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We can easily prevent our teeth from having cavities. I am putting some important tips here for preventing million teeth from having decayed, because it is most passable disease in the US.
The first important thing is to brush your teeth regularly. It is essential, because brushing your teeth with fluoride contained toothpaste makes your teeth healthy.
Eat good and healthy food. Vitamin and minerals added food always protect your teeth from decay. As well as have plenty of fluids also.
Having dental sealants to your teeth is a very good sign for you. Actually it is the coating applied to the biting surface of the back teeth. So sealant protects your teeth from cavity and decay.
Chewing certain sugarless gums can actually help to prevent cavities by increasing the flow of saliva in your mouth.
Do floss every day. Flossing every day is the best way to remove food debris from between tooth.
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replied June 6th, 2013
Ethan, thanks for your informative ideas. But I want to put another important point here. That is Regular Checkup on your dental health. I think everyone should visit its dentist at least twice in the year. Because many things affect on your dental health and you stay unaware of this until it turns into severe problems.

You can avoid this by seeing your dentist regularly. Your dentist knows about your health, then he considers many things during treatment. For example diabetes, blood pressure or some other diseases are also considerable while dental treatment.

We can find more information on many sites for dental health.
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replied November 18th, 2013
To prevent your teeth from having decay eat tooth-healthy foods. Avoid foods that get stuck in grooves and pits of your teeth for long periods, such as chips, candy or cookies.
Instead, eat food that protects your teeth, such as cheese, which some research shows may help prevent cavities, as well as fresh fruits and vegetables, which increase saliva flow, and unsweetened coffee, tea and sugar-free gum, which help wash away food particles.
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