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As per dentist's advice, in order to prevent gum disease, always
maintain an appropriate dental and oral hygiene. It is also necessary to
implement an every six months regular oral and dental health check up,
and professional cleaning.
To keep your mouth clean and healthy, correct brushing techniques and
flossing routines should be applied at all times. This will ensure you
are protected from plaque and other gum diseases that are caused by
formation of bacteria on teeth surfaces, often leading to dental decay,
tartar, gingivitis and periodontitis.
These diseases are the outcome of improper cleaning. Frequently, plaque
deposits on the hard surfaces of teeth are the outcome of years of
consuming sugary and starchy foods. Bacteria work with sugar and starch
to produce acid, which is very harmful for your teeth. They affect your
teeth through corrosion of your tooth enamel and create breaks or
cavities in the tooth. They also cause your gums to bleed and breath to
have a bad odor.
Continual buildup of plaque can develop into a yellow or brown mineral
deposit commonly known as tartar or calculus. For acute conditions, you
must seek help from dentists and request for diagnostic services, for
X-ray imaging and oral cancer screening.
Exercise proper brushing and flossing regularly and completely, but
careful enough not to irritate or injure sensitive oral tissues. In the
first few days of flossing, it is quite normal to experience tenderness
or bleeding of gums; however, should you feel the condition endures
beyond a week, consult your dentist.
For the treatment and removal of hardened plaque, you can use fluoride
that contains sealant application and scaling to help scrape off tartar.
Filling, crowns and bridges are some of the options a dentist would
suggest to repair and/or preserve teeth.
As always, a nutritious, balanced diet is necessary for a well dental
health. Foods that are rich in various nutrients such as fruits and
vegetables, milk products, meat, fish, and so forth, should be included
in everyday meals. Foods containing high sugar content should be taken
in minimal for they injure the tooth enamel.
Sticky and sugary foods are not easily washed away from the tooth
surface, therefore raising the rendering of sugar and acids to teeth,
and the aftereffect is tooth decay.
Milk and water should take the place of sugary, acidic drinks. Sweets
should also be eaten together with main meals and not between meals to
reduce the effects of the acids to teeth exterior.
If you are considering obtaining the next level in preserving your good
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