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The Importance Of Salivary Flow & Cavities

What is Saliva?

Saliva is a clear liquid that is produced by several salivary glands in the mouth. The parotid, submandibular and sublingual glands are the main producers of saliva and determine salivary flow. While the mouth can produce up to 500 ml of saliva a day, the average amount found in the mouth at any...
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Saliva And Your Oral Health

What Is Saliva?

Saliva is a complex watery substance that is produced by salivary glands located in the mouth. Human saliva contains water, electrolytes, mucus, and enzymes which all plays a protective role in oral health.

Salivary Functions

  • Helps to keep your mouth moist
  • Aids in chewing, tasting and swallowing
  • Combats germs in the mouth and helps to prevent bad...
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Nicotine And Your Oral Health

What Is Nicotine?

It is a chemical compound found in tobacco. Whenever it is smoked or inhaled, the nicotine is absorbed through the lining of the sacs in the lungs. If it is chewed, it will be absorbed through the membranes of the mouth and the nose. Nicotine will enter the bloodstream regardless of how it is...
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Follow These Holiday Tips For A Healthy Smile

Holiday Tips For A Healthy Smile

During the holiday season, there are a lot of temptations around. Holiday sweets and desserts surround us from all angles. It is easy to see why it can be hard to protect your smile and keep it healthy during the holidays. Fortunately, you don't need to avoid all the holiday...
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