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2013-01-18
Name: Editor How to teach dental hygiene to preschoolers? Which dental problems are faced by preschoolers? How to prevent dental problems in preschoolers?

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2013-01-21
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Name: Preeti Goyal
Subject:  Dental cavities
My six year old son went for his dental checkup two days ago. He has a cavity in his molar. The dentist asked me to maintain a proper dental hygiene. He brushes his teeth twice a day still he has cavities? I am very worried.
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2013-01-21
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Name: Shanthi S
Subject:  Oral Hygiene Tips
Hi Preeti, If your son has dental cavities then it means that something is lacking in his oral health care routine. Make sure he brushes his teeth in the right manner. Also floss his teeth and clean his tongue. Teach him the proper eating habits.
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2013-01-21
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Name: K. Ravishanker
Subject:  Oral health
Oral health refers to the general health of oral cavity that includes the mouth and the teeth. It should be an important part of basic education in schools. Dental hygiene prevents oral health problems.
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