How to take care of your mouth and teeth
Many people think that a baby’s milk teeth are short-lived and do not require care. The reality is that children’s milk teeth need to be kept healthy until they fall out.
Reason for Unhealthy teeth
For proper nutrition: Healthy teeth digest food through proper chewing, keeping appetite and taste normal.
Adverse effects on permanent teeth: Permanent tooth formation begins under the roots of milk teeth, infection of milk teeth can damage permanent teeth, and one of the reasons for permanent teeth to be uneven or high-pitched is early or late fall of milk teeth.
Clear pronunciation and facial shape: Healthy baby teeth are essential for normal speaking, reciting poetry or singing and maintaining jaw structure and facial shape. Baby teeth also guide permanent teeth into their correct positions.
Mental development: Temporary milk teeth play a role in the mental development of the child, including memory, self-confidence, vitality, and concentration in studies.
Any tooth infection can spread to the blood vessels and affect other vital organs such as the heart, brain, and bones, while infection in the jawbone can cause major complications.
Therefore, after pregnancy, along with nutritious food, calcium-rich food and proper oral care of the baby should be followed after delivery. Pregnant women should be given small meals five times instead of three times.
Because due to nausea and lack of appetite, some pregnant mothers eat little food or don’t want to eat at all. At this time, teeth and mouth care should be taken more than usual. Folic acid is essential for both mother and baby during pregnancy. In this case, folic acid must be given in the first three months. Everyone needs to know that folic acid deficiency can lead to cleft lip and cleft palate.
If you want to stay healthy, you should first take proper care of your teeth and gums. The health of our mouth has a huge impact on the whole body. So we all should pay special attention to oral health. In this case, both teeth and gums should be taken care of healthy life.
If you don’t take care of your dental health, you have to face many problems in your daily life. Due to lack of proper care, various bacteria are born inside the mouth. As a result, there is a risk of bad breath and various infections.
Tooth infection (How to take care of your mouth and teeth)
> Improper mouth washing and brushing can lead to cavities, gum disease, and other dental problems including infections.
> Patients with diabetes or autoimmune diseases are at higher risk of tooth infection.
How Can I Help Keep Healthy Mouth and Teeth
> Brush your teeth twice a day. Use fluoride toothpaste. Fluoride strengthens tooth enamel and prevents tooth decay.
> Floss at least once a day. Flossing removes food particles from between the teeth.
> Use an antiseptic mouthwash. This will help kill the bacteria in the mouth.
> Avoid sugary, extra cold drinks, hot foods and starchy foods. Eating more of these increases the risk of cavities and gum disease.
> Visit the dentist from time to time for teeth cleaning and examination. In this, any problem in the teeth or gums will be detected as soon as it occurs and treatment will be started quickly. Also, consult a doctor first if you have any dental problems.
> Using a hard brush can erode tooth enamel faster. Brushing with a soft brush will take care of the teeth.
> It is important to give up smoking and drinking habits to keep teeth healthy.
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