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How to Keep Your Smile Healthy and Happy!

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You must always keep a proper dental and oral hygiene, as told by
your dental hygienist or dentist, in order to prevent gum disease. Go to
your dentist regularly, at least every six months for an oral and
dental health check up, and a regular professional cleaning.Always,
keep your mouth and teeth, healthy and clean by proper brushing and
flossing routines. This prevents you from plaque or other gum diseases,
due to the formation of bacteria, on teeth surfaces, leading to dental
decay, tartar, gingivitis and periodontitis.This is all as a
result of improper cleaning. Plaque deposits on the hard surfaces of
teeth as a result of sugary and starchy food that you eat. It is used by
the bacteria, that results in releasing acid. This acid is quite
dangerous for your teeth; it affects your teeth by corroding the tooth
enamel and making holes or cavities in the tooth. It would also irritate
the gums, causing painful bleeding, which leads to bad smell.Constant
accumulation of plaque can lead into a yellow or brown mineral deposit
called tartar or calculus. For severe conditions, you must consult
dentists and ask for diagnostic services, for X-ray imaging and oral
cancer screening.Brush and floss your teeth, regularly and
thoroughly but not too vigorously, as it would irritate or damage
sensitive oral tissues. Your gums might get sore or bleed in the first
few days, which is quite normal in flossing. However, ask for your
dentists advice, if any bleeding, soreness or abnormal condition that
goes beyond one week.You can use fluoride, for the treatment,
containing, sealant application and scaling to help to scrape off the
hardened plaque, now tartar.Some dentists would recommend
fillings, crowns and bridges to restore and retain teeth.Eating a
balanced diet is quite essential for a dental health. This includes
fruits and vegetables, milk products, meat, fish, and so on. Food
containing high sugar contents, like cakes, ice cream, any acidic drinks
with a low pH value, can damage the tooth enamel.Many sticky
foods do not wash away from the tooth surface easily, hence increasing
the contact of teeth to sugar and acids, and the resulting consequences
are, tooth decay.Eating sweets only with main meals and not
between meals would neutralize most of the acids and wouldn't cause much
damage to teeth surface. Milk and water must also replace sugary,
acidic drinks.

If you're ready to take the next step in maintaining your good
oral health, ask your dentist what you can be doing at home to maintain
your radiant, healthy smile.When I asked my dentist, he
recommended I get a Sonic
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emits sound waves that loosen plaque and which penetrate your gums.I've
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sonic care brush heads every 6-12 months, but the investment is well
worth it since your dental health directly impacts your overall health.Visit
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