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24 Apr 2015 - 04:42:01 am

Oral Hygiene 101 - The Experts Speak Up


Periodontal or gum disease may develop because of gingivitis and cavities, which are also the outcomes of bacteria present in plaque buildup. Practicing regular cleanliness is a good solution to keep the mouth clean. Plaque forms in your teeth as a sticky layer of content consisting of bacteria. Bacteria normally accumulate on your teeth that are not reach by your toothbrushes. You can get bacteria into your mouth through the foods you consume and these bacteria then produce acids. Foods rich in sugar are sources of plaque, but you might not aware of other sources.†



You are adding potential sources of acids inside your mouth any time you consume bread, biscuits, cereals and other foods made of starch. Without proper hygiene, these chemicals may cause irritation, redness and bleeding in your gum as cavity enducing plaque begins to exist in your mouth. Plaque buildup can result to gum disease, which then greatly affect the foundation of the teeth. In worst case circumstance, youíll left with no other option but to permanently get rid of your damaged teeth. Luckily, prevention of these typical oral problems is very easy through every day brushing with soft-bristled toothbrush.†



Have a tooth decay fighter toothpaste available in the market. A toothpaste full of antimicrobial and fluoride substances are highly recommended to help prevent tooth cavities. Floss or interdental cleaners have been proven to effectively clean your teeth, particularly those barely reached by your toothbrushes. In brushing, ensure you clean your external tooth surfaces, inner tooth surfaces and chewing tooth surfaces. Include your tongue in cleaning to take out bacteria that grow on it. Just clean your tongue smoothly to avoid any issue over time. In flossing, it is advised to use 18 inches of dental floss and wind it around the center fingers of your two hands. Rub it delicately between your teeth.†



In addition to your regular brushing and flossing, you can use a mouth wash to further ensure the cleanliness of your mouth. You can minimize the plaque and bacteria activity in your mouth through gargling mouth wash with anti-microbial substances. Mouth rinses with fluoride can additionally provide you with immediate protection against dental cavities. However, donít forget to consult your dentist to whatever new products you're going to consider. Not all are suitable to use fluoride mouth rinse. As one example, fluoride rinses are not advised for six year-old children and below because they have the temptation to swallow them.†


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