Learn More About Oral Hygiene
Sri Aakrithis Dental Lounge & Maxillo Facial Centre
Indiranagar, Bengaluru Feb 9, 2017
A good oral hygiene concludes in a mouth that smells & looks healthy which means:
- Your teeth are free of debris & are clean.
- Your gums do not hurt or bleed when you brush or floss & are pink in color.
- Bad breath is not a continual issue.
In case your gums hurt or bleeds during brushing or flossing, or you are suffering from constant bad breath, you should see your dentist. Any of these circumstances may denote an issue. Here are few suggestions which can be helpful for you in maintaining your good oral hygiene.
Brush your teeth:
Brush your teeth with fluoride-based toothpaste, as well as toothpaste based on baking soda. The pH in your mouth can be brought up by the baking soda, making it more alkaline & thusly diminishing the danger of cavities.
Smoking can bring destruction on gum & tooth well-being.
Drink green tea:
Drinking green tea enhances the well-being of your teeth & gums, as it declines irritation, makes your mouth more antacid, hinders the development of cavities which bring bacteria, stops tooth loss, may lower down the growth of oral cancer & freshens the breath by killing the bacteria which cause odor. And above all - it can help you to lose fat, as well.
Chew xylitol gum after meals:
Xylitol expands saliva creation & stops the bacteria in your mouth from creating the acids that cause cavities. However, don't go over the edge, in light of the fact that regardless of the possibility that sugar alcohols won't hurt your teeth; they can bring about gas & bloating.
Eat nutrient dense foods:
It is recommended to eat a nutrient dense food which gives a lot of vitamin D, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus & vitamin K (particularly K2). Foods such as green vegetables, plain yogurt, nuts, fish, seeds, meats, mushrooms, beans, hard aged cheeses, eggs & organ meats all work here. And ensure you take some sunlight.
Consume some raw & crunchy fruits & vegetables daily:
Crude veggies clean your teeth to some extent (apples, carrots, ringer peppers, and so forth). Having an apple after lunch will evacuate the material that has been sticked to the surface of your teeth. In addition, apples contain xylitol.
Limit added sugars:
Limit adding extra sugars to your foods & drinks. Sugar incorporates soda. Fruit juices, candies, caffeinated/ energy drinks & so forth, they all contain sugar. Energy beverages are especially harming as they join a high sugar stack with an unbelievably acidic pH. If your eating regimen is made around caffeinated drinks & energy bars, you most likely be without any teeth on your 45th birthday.
Maintain a lean/healthy body composition:
Surplus body fat can advance poor systemic well-being, including poor oral well-being.
Increase the measure of arginine in your eating routine:
Eat more nuts, whole grains, spinach, soy, seafood, eggs, meat & lentils.
Get regular exercise:
Exercise appears to safeguard against periodontal ailments.