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Brushing: What Happens To Food That Is Trapped while chewing every meal or snack.

Almost all cavities occur where food is trapped between teeth and inside grooves on chewing surfaces after every meal or... see more
Material Type: Learning Object Repository
Author: Maurice White BDSc. Melb.
Date Added: Jan 09, 2006 Date Modified: Aug 17, 2014
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Supertooth School Plaque Watch tooth care and good food project

Almost all cavities occur where the brush cannot reach plaque and trapped food between teeth and inside pits and fissures in... see more
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Author: Dr Maurice White
Date Added: Feb 04, 2005 Date Modified: Aug 14, 2014
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Why is tooth decay the most prevalent diseases in the community and second most expensive?

Almost all cavities occur where, after every meal or snack, food is left trapped between teeth and inside pits and fissures... see more
Material Type: Reference Material
Author: Maurice White
Date Added: Mar 05, 2006 Date Modified: Aug 31, 2013
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