2 edition of etilology and prophylaxis of tooth-caries found in the catalog.
etilology and prophylaxis of tooth-caries
Reprinted from the Journal of Stomatology, vol. 3, 1921.
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Anthropology of Indian tradition
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Tooth decay can occur when acid is produced from plaque, which builds up on your teeth. If plaque is allowed to build up, it can lead to further problems, such as dental caries (holes in the teeth), gum disease or dental abscesses, which are collections of pus at.
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