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  1. photo Eat more cultured and fermented foods if you want to be smart, slim and healthyEat more cultured and fermented foods if you want to be smart, slim and healthyNoticia
    for their efficacy for use in the prevention and treatment of bacterial vaginosis and urinary tract infections is also mounting. In addition, probiotics may be useful for preventing respiratory infections, dentalLee mas
  2. photo How to naturally cure tooth decay and gum diseaseHow to naturally cure tooth decay and gum diseaseNoticia
    If you're weary of high dentist bills -- as well as exposure to X-rays, fluoride and toxic fillings -- a natural and straightforward approach to dental health comes as a welcome relief. ConsideringLee mas
  3. photo Is severe <b>dental</b> fluorosis an adverse health effect?Is severe dental fluorosis an adverse health effect?Noticia
    For decades, public health agencies, dentists, and scientists have stated that severe dental fluorosis was an adverse health effect. The National Academy of Sciences is charged by the federalLee mas
  4. photo Unhealthy teeth and gums linked to chronic diseaseUnhealthy teeth and gums linked to chronic diseaseNoticia
    According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, "Dental caries (tooth decay) remains the most prevalent chronic disease in both children and adults." In addition, accordingLee mas
  5. photo British government suddenly trying to force citizens to drink toxic fluoride - even if you have no teeth!British government suddenly trying to force citizens to drink toxic fluoride - even if you have no teeth!Noticia
    , but most levels fall well short of the optimum for dental health, which is one part per million. Proponents maintain that since fluoride appears to reduce the incidence of dental cariesLee mas
  6. photo Enjoy a cavity-free future by fortifying yourself with these foodsEnjoy a cavity-free future by fortifying yourself with these foodsNoticia
    Before heading off to the dentist to have cavities drilled and filled, save your hard-earned cash and use nutrition to heal dental caries instead. Following the wisdom of traditional dietsLee mas
  7. photo EFSA 'Adequate Intake' for fluoride is based on a faulty assumptionEFSA 'Adequate Intake' for fluoride is based on a faulty assumptionNoticia
    : "Epidemiological studies have shown an inverse correlation between the presence of fluoride in drinking water and the prevalence of dental caries in children." This is where the faulty assumption comes in. WhatLee mas
  8. photo Environmental group seeks ban on toxic mercury used in <b>dental</b> amalgam fillingsEnvironmental group seeks ban on toxic mercury used in dental amalgam fillingsNoticia
    to change, excluding dental amalgams as an option for filling caries. A position that the U.S. and other Western nations would do good to adopt, the Philippines plans to completely phase out the use of dentalLee mas
  9. photo Getting braces for crooked teeth is evidence of modern day malnutritionGetting braces for crooked teeth is evidence of modern day malnutritionNoticia
    in straight without crowding. Likewise, holistic dentistry accepts that nutrition is the cornerstone of preventing dental caries. Current standard dietary recommendations lack the important fat soluble vitaminsLee mas
  10. photo Turmeric is an effective medicinal herb with many applications in dentistryTurmeric is an effective medicinal herb with many applications in dentistryNoticia
    comprising a mixture of acrylic monomer and turmeric extract for minor dental caries (decay) detected with the assistance of a coloring system that also uses turmeric. Seems healthier than mercury fillings.ALee mas

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La caries es una enfermedad multifactorial que se caracteriza por la destrucción de los tejidos del diente como consecuencia de la desmineralización provocada por los ácidos que genera la placa bacteriana. Las bacterias fabrican ese ácido a partir de los restos de alimentos de la dieta que se les quedan expuestos. La destrucción química dental se asocia a la ingesta de azúcares y ácidos...Más