Bacteria are the main cause of most periodontal diseases. Where the teeth meet the gums, there is a groove called the gingival sulcus; which is about one to two millimeters deep. Large amounts of food debris and bacteria can be accumulated on dental surfaces and gingival crevices due to poor oral hygiene.
The maxim for prevention and treatment of periodontal diseases holds that “Prevention is better than cure. Early detection and early treatment.” For optimal oral hygiene, regular check-ups by a dentist are required.
Most of the children's permanent teeth begin to sprout around the age of 6-7, starting with the first molar.
Washing hands properly and frequently is good personal hygiene, and it is the single most effective way to prevent and reduce the spread of communicable diseases, if it is done correctly.
The occurrence of oral cancer is closely associated with the cellular degeneration caused by long-term stimulation of the oral cavity, especially smoking, b