June is National Candy Month….Candy==ToothDecay or Cavities.

Prevent #cavities by reducing the amount of #plaque and #bacteria in your #mouth. The best way to do this is by #brushing and #flossing daily. We @ #DrPatelOffice can evaluate your #riskofcaries and then suggest appropriate #fluoridetreatments. Fluoride in water strengthens teeth from within, as they develop, and also on the outside. #Cariesisaprocess. Sometimes bacteria may infect the pulp inside the tooth even if the part of the tooth you can see remains relatively intact. In this case, the tooth will need #rootcanaltreatment. Before it gets worse consult us at #NikhilPatelDMD office #508-756-5141 and get rid of those mouth problems immediately.

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