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Tips To Maintain Oral Health

Tips To Maintain
Oral Health

Tips To Maintain Oral Health!

It is a fact that healthy teeth play a major role in influencing an individual's confidence. We all desire a perfect smile, healthy pink gums, pearly white teeth and a fresh breath. Achieving all of these factors is a tough task, however not impossible! You just need to alter your habits a bit.

The reason for having a good oral hygiene does not limit to gaining confidence or improving your smile. Poor oral hygiene can also cause you a number of dental and medical problems in the long run. These problems may include

  • Gum disease
  • Bone loss
  • Infection
  • Heart disease
  • Strokes, etc.

So, in order to stay away from the above-mentioned issues and more, here are a few tips to maintain a good oral health and keep those pearly whites shiny forever.

  • Use the right toothbrush

    Using the right toothbrush means a multi-tufted and soft-bristled toothbrush, with a head that's small enough to get comfortably all around your mouth, and a handle with a good grip. Also, don't forget to change your toothbrush when the bristles start wearing out. One must change his brush every three months, on an average. Learn the best ways to clean your toothbrush or seek advice from your dentist.
  • Brush Twice a Day

    Brush your teeth at least twice a day, preferably after meals in order to keep them healthy. Use short strokes back and forth to clean the chewing surface, outer surface and the inner surface.
  • Don't brush too hard or too often

    You may feel that if brushing twice is good, brushing thrice or more than that may be awesome! But that's completely wrong. Brushing too often or too hard may damage the root surfaces of the teeth and also cause gum recession. Put in a gentle and sustained effort to brush your teeth.
  • Stay away from Tobacco

    If you are somebody who consumes tobacco, this one habit of staying away from tobacco will be a boon to your teeth. The very first thing is that it will prevent oral cancer and periodontal complications. Second, it will protect you from the innumerable ill effects caused by the agents one uses to eliminate the smell of tobacco. For example, the candies or toffees a smoker consumes after having a cigarette. It causes great harm to the teeth as well and doubles the damage.
  • Make flossing a habit

    Flossing is many times forgetful. You might forget to floss if you are in a hurry or too sleepy and just want to jump into the bed. Flossing is vital as it helps you get rid of the food particles that normal brushing can not. It allows you to reach the gap between your teeth where the toothbrush bristles can't reach. Thus, flossing should be done every day.
  • Consume good amounts of beneficial Calcium and other Vitamins

    You need a good amount of calcium for your teeth. It is vital for the teeth as well as your bones. It is beneficial to include cheese, broccoli, yoghurt, orange juice etc. Calcium and Vitamin D play a major role in maintaining healthy gums and teeth. Vitamin B complex helps protect bleeding and cracking of the gums and teeth.
  • Chew sugarless Gum

    Munching on a sugarless gum with natural sweeteners following the meals or snacks can help in cleansing the mouth.
  • Dump soda

    Most of the teenagers today consume high amounts of soft drinks. These drinks are laden with sugar and can give birth to cavities. Also, the acidic flavour additives can erode and damage the tooth enamel.
  • Do use fluoride toothpaste

    Make sure that you use a Fluoride toothpaste. Research has shown that it does not only play a key role in preventing cavities, it can also repair tooth enamel.
  • Drink enough water

    Consuming water throughout the day can help remove excess bacteria and food debris. Mouth dryness increases plaque accumulation and increases the risk of tooth decay and periodontal gum disease. Thus, keeping your mouth moist is essential. Mouth dryness is usually caused by caffeine, alcohol, smoking etc. Drinking plenty of water keeps sensitive tissues hydrated and promotes the healthful action of saliva, which plays a key role in helping the mouth fight germs and also protects the teeth from decay.
  • Consume aloe vera juice

    Aloe vera plant has a long history of healing power. According to a study, aloe vera juice was found be as effective as chlorhexidine in treating plaque. It also controls bacteria that causes cavities. So, consume aloe vera juice regularly. If you can't make one at home, get aloe vera juice online.

Apart from following all these healthy habits, it is really important to visit your dentist on a regular basis to help spot oral health problems early on for the easy and affordable treatment.

Disclaimer:

The purpose of this blog is to promote broad consumer understanding and knowledge of various health and wellness topics. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health care regimen, and never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.

 

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