7 signs that shows your oral health is getting affected
Having a healthy mouth involves brushing and flossing
- Cleaning the tongue
- Using the mouthwash
- Including fruits and vegetables in your diet.
- No smoking
Practicing these measures on regular basis is the best way for someone to prevent being diagnosed with any dental problem
7 signs of poor oral health
Is a common oral health issue that is surprisingly easy to look?
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It is caused when bacteria (plaque) are not removed by daily brushing and flossing.
How to Prevent gum disease?
1 Proper brushing and flossing
2 Using mouthwash
3 Regular checkup and cleaning
Bad breath medically Called halitosis can result from poor dental habits it can be worsen by the types of foods you eat and other unhealthy lifestyle habits.
How does what you eat affect breadth?
All food eaten begins to be broken down in your mouth. if you eat foods with strong odors ( such as garlic or onions) brushing and flossing even mouthwash merely covers up the odor temporarily.
When your mouth makes little or no saliva, affects more than just your thirst. Saliva helps you taste and digest what you eat and drink. It flushes food particles from your teeth and reduces the acid that causes tooth decay.
Erosion is the loss of tooth enamel caused by acid attack. Enamel is the hard, protective coating of the tooth which protects the sensitive dentine underneath.
Every time you eat or drink anything acidic, the enamel on your teeth becomes softer for a short while, and loses some of its mineral content. Saliva will slowly cancel out this acidity in mouth and get it back to its natural balance.
However, if this acid attack happens too often, your mouth doesn’t have a chance to repair itself and tiny bits of enamel can be brushed away.
AVOID Fizzy drinks.
Acidic foods and drinks such as citrus fruit juices.
- Gingivitis- first stage of gum disease. Symptoms include tender and swollen gums.
- Medications- blood thinners, decreases the blood ability to clot, leading to bleeding at the gum line.
- Flossing routine- If your gums bleed after flossing , when they have never bled before , the flossing can be the cause.
During the pandemic time , we need to focus more on our oral health. While everyone’s oral health condition will be different, there are a few basic strategies know to improve overall oral health. Making an appointment with dentist at least twice a year for thorough examination. During these difficult times you can trust on us.
Another strategy is to avoid eating or drinking high in sugar.
Sugars greatly encourages the growth of bacteria and can easily cause someone’s oral hygiene to diminish over time .