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Common dental disorders include caries, gingivitis, peridontitis, and pulpitis


It occurs when your teeth are frequently exposed to foods containing carbohydrates such as starches and sugars like soda pop, candy, cake and even sticky fruits.

     Cavities have been identified as a bacterial infection caused by specific bacterial*. Bacteria inhabit the plaque and form up to 500 different products including acid  Plaque interacts with food deposits on your teeth to produce acid that will slowly dissolve the calcium in your teeth, the surface of the tooth..."enamel" is 97% calcium, causing tooth decay and some of the other products cause gum disease and bad breath.. The bacteria that causes decay is know as  Streptococcus mutans. Because the acidic plaque rests against the tooth, the acid dissolves the calcium molecules from the tooth surface. When enough calcium dissolves from the tooth surfaces, the surface breaks and forms a hole. That is how cavities form.  An active lesion demineralizes the tooth and can be diagnosed based upon color, surface texture and x-rays.  White spots can be active lesions if they are not glossy, and feel rough to the explorer placed parallel to the tooth.

The list of signs and symptoms Dental conditions includes symptoms listed below:

  • Tooth pain
  • Malodorous breath
  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Bad breath
  • Bad taste
  • Abscess
  • Cervical adenopathy
  • Trismus
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