Healthy Teeth

Healthy Teeth

Healthy teeth help you bite and chew the food you need for good nutrition. Your teeth also help you form the sounds necessary to say words clearly. In addition, your teeth affect your appearance. If you care for your teeth properly, they are likely to stay healthy throughout your life.

Healthy Teeth

What causes most dental problems?
Tooth decay is the most common dental problem of the people of your age. Tooth decay is caused by the plaque-a sticky layer of bacteria that constantly forms on your teeth and gums. The bacteria in plaque break down sugars from the food you eat to form strong acids.

Healthy Teeth

These acids can cause tooth decay. If plaque is not removed from your teeth every day, it can harden into a substance called calculus. Plaque and calculus can collect in the spaces between the teeth and near the gums, causing gum disease, also called periodontal disease. At first, the gums might become red and swollen and might bleed easily. As periodontal the disease gets worse, gums pull away from the teeth and form pockets. These pockets can become filled with bacteria. The bacteria can destroy the bones and other tissues that hold the teeth in place. Then some teeth might become loose and fall out-----even healthy teeth.

Healthy Teeth:

How do brushing and flossing help your teeth and gums? You can help keep your teeth and gums healthy by brushing and flossing properly. Brushing removes plaque and food particles from the surfaces of your teeth and near your gums. Flossing cleans the spaces between your teeth and under your gums. You should brush and floss your teeth thoroughly at least once a day.

Healthy Teeth

However, brushing also after each meal is the best way to keep your teeth and gums healthy.

Most dentists suggest using a toothbrush with a flat surface and soft bristles to clean your teeth properly and prevent injury to your gums, the above picture shows the correct way to angle your toothbrush against your gums, gently brush back and forth with short strokes.

Be sure to brush all the surfaces of each tooth, after brushing, rinse your mouth well to remove loosened plaque and food particles.

To floss your teeth, break off a piece of floss about eighteen inches long, wrap most of the floss around the middle finger of one hand. Wrap the remaining floss around the middle finger of the opposite hand, and use this hand to take up to floss as it becomes soiled. Using your thumbs and forefingers, gently guide the floss between your teeth. 

The above picture shows how to curve the floss around each tooth at the gum line. Then, scrape the floss along the sides of each tooth. Repeat this procedure for all of your teeth, using a fresh section of floss for each tooth. After you floss, rinse your mouth to remove loosened plaque and food particles.

Here are the few tips to follow and keep Healthy Teeth:

1) Brush your teeth properly, before breakfast, after lunch, and after dinner.

2) Make sure your toothpaste contains fluoride.

3) Do Proper flossing removes plaque and food particles in places where a toothbrush cannot easily reach.

4) Do mouths wash a few minutes after drinking tea, coffee or any sweet drinks?

5) Try to take sugary and acidic foods in less quantity.

6) If you notice any issue or felt pain, gums bleeding don’t start self-treatment before trying home remedies visit the dentist and follow his advice.

7) Don’t do nail-biting, chewing on pens or gnawing on the ice, can abrade your tooth enamel, particularly the biting surfaces of the teeth, and result in tooth wear and enamel loss. 

Try the above mentioned tested tips to keep your Healthy Teeth. Wish you all the best.

Conclusion: I hope I’ve convinced you that how to have healthy teeth, with all the hygiene mentioned above, I am sure that you will give a try and follow the daily health plan according to your need.

Wish you all the best.

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Disclaimer: No advice issued on this blog-website is intended to replace appropriate medical care. If in doubt about your health please consult a qualified medical professional.

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