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DESERT DENTAL ALTERNATIVES Bruno Lemay, DMD acid to decalcify the tooth. It is called dental plaque and it forms very quick after eating. The better hygiene a person has, the less they will have decay. It takes both sugar and plaque to decay a tooth. The more you brush and floss, the more plaque removed and the less risk of decay. Additionally, elderly patients also tend to have more decay. It is more obvious with elderly patients who are loosing their dexterity, and in general they tend to eat more sweets more often, and not brush as often. There is also another component that needs to be explained here. In the mouth there are several types of bacteria. Some are responsible for gum disease and some are responsible for decay. Some people may have the best hygiene and still have gum disease and some who have the worst hygiene may not suffer from gum disease at all. This is because they do not have the bacteria responsible for gum disease. Same thing for decay. Some people will be more susceptible to decay then others even if they eat just a little sugar and have decent dental hygiene. That is because they have that kind of bacteria in their mouth in a higher rate then another person. But that is not a reasonable excuse. More brushing and plaque control with a topical fluoride application daily, preferably with a special personal tray made at the dental office will help. Very rarely a person will suffer from gum disease and a high rate of decay. It is generally one or the other. If someone has a high rate of decay, in general they will not suffer from gum disease like bone loss, periodontal pockets and tooth mobility. It is a proven fact though, that the better the dental hygiene you have and the better your diet is in terms of limiting sugar intake, the healthier your gums and teeth will be. So, it is not true that decay affect only kids. As long as you have one tooth in your mouth you are subject to get decay if you leave dental plaque on it and eat sugar! The best way to prevent that is to have good dental hygiene at home and brushing after any sugar intake, and to visit your dentist 2 to 3 times a year. Dr. Bruno Lemay Do you think that dental cavities are problems only for children? It is a general belief that cavities are for kids only. But in fact, cavities affect all ages! The reason why cavities are more prevalent in children is mainly the fact that they tend to eat more sugar and have poor hygiene habits. However, when looking at the cause of decay, which is basically plaque with the presence of sugar, it is easy to understand that cavities can happen at any age even if your mouth is full of crowns. Of course there are some people who have teeth that are softer then others and are easier to decay but that affects only 1% of the population. Basically any diet rich in sugar will increase your chance of decay. Soft drinks, candies and anything sweet will have a potency to create decay in the presence of dental plaque. Of course in order to create decay there has to be the bacteria that will transfer the sugar into Dr. Bruno LEMAY 760- 324-4450 69450 Ramon Road Cathedral City, CA 92234

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