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    Pyorrhea

    What is pyorrhea and how can it be treated?

    Pyorrhea is a severe condition of periodontal disease in which the ligaments and bones that support the teeth become inflamed and infected. It is the result of advanced gingivitis. What are the symptoms? What can it cause? How to prevent and if it is too late, how to treat it?

    Gingivitis

    What is gingivitis and how to treat?

    Gingivitis is a mild form of gum disease that causes redness and swelling of the part of the gum around the patient’s teeth. What are the symptoms? What can it cause? How to prevent and if it is too late, how to treat gingivitis?

    oral-hygiene

    Why oral hygiene is so important?

    It is also essential to avoid other health problems or serious illnesses. And what kind of illnesses? Read about in our new article!

    Teeth whitening – Home or at the dental clinic?

    What are the advantages and disadvantages of a teeth whitening treatment? Is it safer to use a whitener kit at home or better to go to the dentist?

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    Why dental check-ups are important ?

    Dr Adam Bodnar about dental visits and treatments on Netdoctor

    Suffering from bad breath? Top five major causes of bad breath

    Bad breath, or halitosis, can be a major problem and quite disturbing when speaking with friends or giving a kiss...
    Toothpaste art - the man who paints with toothpaste

    Toothpaste art – the man who paints with toothpaste

    Click link to watch video Tootpaste art

    Tooth decay

    Tooth decay

    Read this infographic and learn how to avoid tooth decay and keep your teeth healthy

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