Dental Caries

Tooth decay, or dental caries, is a widespread chronic ailment affecting people globally. It results from the interplay of acid-producing bacteria, fermentable carbohydrates, and various host elements, leading to cavities—small holes in teeth. Untreated decay can cause infection, pain, and eventual tooth loss, impacting all age groups. Factors increasing caries risk include cariogenic bacteria, insufficient saliva flow, limited fluoride exposure, subpar oral hygiene, improper infant feeding practices, and socio-economic challenges.

  • Treatment of cavities
  • Digital dentistry in caries treatment
  • Primary and secondary prevention and treatment

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