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My brother used to brush every day but he had cavity. How to protect my teeth from cavity.

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My brother used to brush every day but he had cavity. How...
Brush twice daily especially at night
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My brother used to brush every day but he had cavity. How...
Lybrate-user, only brushing does not help. Rinsing your mouth thoroughly after meal is a must. Daily flossing is also needed. By yearly follow up with your dentist.
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My brother used to brush every day but he had cavity. How...
get restoration done by dentist n use colgate total n brushing technique should be correct
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My brother used to brush every day but he had cavity. How...
For prevent cavities one needs to maintain a good oral hygiene. Brush twice a day with a fluoridated toothpaste and use an alcohol free mouthwash, avoid sugary food, rinse after every meal, get oral prophylaxis done every 6 months to remove any plaque build up. Show a dentist regularly.
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My brother used to brush every day but he had cavity. How...
Brushing twice daily one after breakfast and other before sleep. Dis d better way to keep cavity away.
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My brother used to brush every day but he had cavity. How...
Get it filled from d dentist. Brushing is just a preventive measure but not d protective one. So maintain gud oral hygiene.
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My brother used to brush every day but he had cavity. How...
If you alreadyhave cavities than get fillings done and you should have lot of healthy food to prevent decay and brush at night too.
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