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9 ways to clean your teeth

Many patients are afraid of trips to doctors in principle. But, there are some specializations of doctors, a visit to which causes quiet horror in patients. These include dentists 🙂

How to do so in order to minimize the need for a visit to the dentist and the teeth while remaining healthy?

Everything is extremely simple, and in this article we will describe ways that will help to avoid frequent visits to the dentist and will be able to maintain the health of your smile.

Method 1
It’s time to stop being afraid of the dentist. A timely visit to a specialist will provide professional monitoring of the state of your oral cavity. It’s not at all a fact that everything is bad in your mouth. Perhaps a minor doctor intervention is required, and very small costs. Until you visit a specialist, you will not know about it. But the delay of planned preventive procedures ensures that there comes a time when you urgently need the help of a specialist.

Method 2
Brush your teeth 2 times a day. Everyone knows that you need to brush your teeth. But, for some reason, many neglect this. Or consider that 2 times in the morning “scratched” teeth with a toothbrush and approx. And this is not at all true. Caries “comes at night” and this is true. It is not enough to brush your teeth only in the morning, before going out into the light. 70% of the success of a healthy smile is toothbrushing at home.

It is very important to brush your teeth before going to bed, then not making raids on the refrigerator. After all, when a person is sleeping, his mouth is closed all night. There is no access to oxygen, and microbes are actively beginning to multiply. In the afternoon we communicate, drink, eat – our mouth constantly opens and closes.

Method 3
We are what we eat. Why do people need teeth? For chewing food that provides energy. For its outward appeal. After all, a beautiful smile disposes to a person.

To get the required number of calories per day, you can eat 2 cheeseburgers, 2 french fries and 2 pies with cherry jam. This will block your daily energy requirement. And you can eat 200 grams of porridge with raisins, 100 grams of boiled meat, 300 grams of salad and 200 grams of baked potatoes, 1 apple and 1 banana – and this will also block the daily need for calories.

But what kind of food is good for teeth ?! Of course, the second option. Why? Everything is simple. Teeth are necessary for biting, tearing and chewing food. Fast food is “soft” food, it is easy to chew, teeth are not 100% loaded, there is a lot of soft food plaque, which in turn does not bring health benefits to teeth. But porridge, meat, vegetables and fruits – will load your teeth to the fullest. In addition, raw vegetables and fruits will help to cleanse your teeth, and not stimulate the formation of soft plaque.

Method 4
Not only food, but also the fluids that people drink affect both the health of the body as a whole and the quality of the teeth. You need to drink from 1.5 to 2.5 liters of pure water per day, depending on age and your occupation. Tea, coffee, juice, compote – all this is not water, but food.

Carbonated drinks should be banned – sugar and carbon dioxide that are part of them destroy tooth enamel, resulting in sensitivity, enamel cracks, multiple caries and, as a result, teeth are destroyed.
Unfortunately, our tap water does not meet sanitary standards. And even boiling does not help. Best of all, put water filters at home that can provide acceptable quality with the right amount of essential minerals in drinking water.
Method 5
Timely professional oral hygiene and installation (if necessary) of fillings. If you visit a dentist every 6 months and have professional removal of dental plaque, you can avoid many complications.

Firstly, your teeth will be whiter, they will not have time to accumulate pigmented plaque.
Secondly – this procedure is the prevention of gum disease.
Thirdly, the doctor will be able to assess the condition of your teeth and treat “small” caries in a timely manner, and not when the “floor of the tooth has broken off”, which in turn will help to avoid the treatment of canals (“nerves”). After all, healthy gums and live teeth will last you much longer.
Method 6
Orthodontist to help. Do you often see white, even teeth in the people around you? But to achieve such an effect is not a problem. It is necessary to contact the orthodontist in time. This is best done during the period of a change of bite. This should be monitored by parents and the attending dentist.

If the pathology of the bite is observed in the parents, a similar situation can be expected in children. In a removable bite, plates are used to treat orthodontic pathologies, with which you can easily eliminate the wrong bite. That, in turn, makes it possible in the future to avoid staging bracket systems. And at an older age with the help of bracket systems, you can correct the location of the teeth in the dentition.

Treatment by an orthodontist dentist will take from 6 months or more, depending on the initial situation. Timely orthodontic treatment will help to avoid problems with gums and teeth in the future.

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