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We are committed to engaging in meaningful dialogue, with patients individually, and our evidental community as a whole. Dialogue is an important aspect of education, ensuring that our core messages are properly conveyed. Furthermore, dialogue is essential to understanding the priorities and values of our patients.
In this section, we will present a series of articles that will explore important concepts in evidence bseed dentistry and patient centred care. We also hope to use this space to answer frequently asked questions, or specific questions that we receive from our community.
Tooth decay is caused by acids produced by bacterial plaque stuck on your teeth. Prevention is as simple as controlling its buildup by regularly brushing with fluoridated toothpaste and being conscious of your in-between snacking. This makes tooth decay one of mankind's most preventable diseases.
Cracked teeth are more common than you might think! In fact it’s one of the most common issues that we see here at EviDental. The patient typically experiences this as a sharp pain when biting into something, even something as soft as a marshmallow!
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