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Bottle-feeding babies for long periods of time could lead to them needing emergency dentistry later in life, one expert has warned.Associate Professor Richard Widmer from the Children's Hospital in Sydney said he is seeing more cases of tooth decay than ever at present because parents are allowing infants to go to sleep ...READ MORE
People who suffer from bad breath have been advised by one expert to clean their teeth after eating and increase their fluid intake.Dr Nabin Basnet explained bad breath is most common after a night's sleep due to the saliva flow slowing down as people rest, Republica reports.He recommended consuming regular fluids that ...READ MORE
Avoiding excessive amounts of sugar is vital for maintaining long-term oral health care, according to one expert.Damage to tooth enamel is irreversible, associate professor Bernadette Drummond from Otago University's School of Dentistry, told the National.She said: "If you dissolve the surface of your teeth there is nothing you can do – it is ...READ MORE
People need to be more aware of food contents in order to prevent tooth decay becoming prevalent, one expert has claimed.Dr Philippa Sawyer, chairwoman of the Australian Dental Association oral health committee, said: "People don't necessarily understand what causes tooth decay," the Herald Sun reports.She went on to explain that snacking throughout ...READ MORE
Many sports drinks could be damagaing to teeth.While consuming sports drinks could have a beneficial impact on the fitness of sportsmen and those who enjoy being active, they could be having a damaging effect on their teeth, it has been revealed.Dental surgeon John Banky, a member of the Australian Dental Association and ...READ MORE
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