Dental health can be defined as the condition of the teeth, gums surrounding the root of the tooth. This is called biological dentristry. The oral cavity is the cavity of the mouth that is directly accessible from the oral cavity. The other cavity is called the maxillofacial cavity, which is the space between the teeth and the root of the tooth. The maxillofacial cavity is not directly accessible and is the second cavity.
What is biological dentristry?
In order to understand oral health, one needs to know more about the structures of the teeth. The permanent teeth are the teeth that are used for chewing and biting. These teeth are made up of the dentin, the enamel, and the supporting bone called the denture. The permanent teeth are called permanent dentures.
The permanent teeth have a layer of enamel that is attached to the dentin that is called the denture. The denture is made up of the teeth, the underlying bone and the supporting tissue called the pulp. The pulp is made up of the bone, nerves, blood vessels, and nutrients that support the teeth and the supporting tissue. The oral health of a person is mainly affected by his lifestyle and he should ensure that he has a proper diet and gets enough sleep. and exercises regularly.