Fluoride for teeth: how and how much?

Fluoride is important for its envolvement in the natural process of dental remineralization: meaning that physiological mechanism which strengthens our teeth through the application of minerals from the saliva to the tooth. We should not forget that fluoride also has an antibacterial efficacy, since it can obstruct the presence of the main bacteria responsible for cavities (the Streptococco Mutans). Old ...

Food disorders: effects on our teeth

The incidence of food disorders has increased in the last few years. This is why the smile specialists have a very important role on prevention and patient treatment.           Reading the signs The signs of the consequences of food disorders in the oral cavity are many and affect not just our teeth, but also the mucosa, ...