Oral Hygiene: How to care for your teeth
The teeth on a daily basis are exposed to many factors. For example, temperature changes in the use of various foods provoke cracking enamel. Clicking seeds, opening bottles of teeth - the cause chipping. The structure of the teeth also includes salt. The acid dissolves and washes away. Since the teeth are destroyed prematurely. In order to comply with oral hygiene, you should learn how to care for your teeth.
About oral hygiene to prevent exposure to bacterial acids on the enamel of the teeth after eating, rinse your mouth with water or mouthwash, gnawed apple or carrot. Food residues are removed from the surface, and a breeding ground for bacteria will be eliminated. Caring for your teeth as possible and with the help of food consumed. Eat foods that contain calcium, such as milk and milk products. You can take calcium gluconate: one or two tablets (previously ground) three times a day with water. Some doctors believe that the calcium tablets contain little. They recommend taking drugs that combine calcium and vitamin D. About toothbrushes to quality care for your teeth, toothbrushes should be replaced every three months. So, how to distinguish a good brush teeth from a fake - a good toothbrush can not be cheap (less than 50 p.); - Evaluate the quality of the packaging - without packaging suitable brush except for shoes; - Bristles on good brushes neat, smooth, fastened beams, pen - rubberized; - Bristles made of special materials, poor brush is made of coarse fishing line; - After the first application of a bad brush bristles lose its original shape. About cud chewing gum to replace the brush and is not able to provide full dental care is also unlikely to be able to, so dentists recommend using it only for a single oral hygiene preferably after a meal. When chewing gum on an empty stomach, this process may contribute to the appearance of gastritis and, if there is disease, exacerbation of peptic ulcer disease. Chewing gum only after a meal, you solve the problem of cleansing the teeth, and are contributing to further secretion of gastric juice, it is necessary for the digestion of food. Please be aware that the use of chewing gum more than 5 times a day is very detrimental to the maintenance of oral hygiene. One portion of the chewing gum is not acceptable for more than 15 minutes. Firstly, aromatic, flavoring and refreshing components of the product within 10 minutes of intensive chewing lose sharpness. Second, long-term, and even more frequent chewing adversely affects the temporomandibular jaw joint. Gum does not eliminate the need for proper care of your teeth - will still have to brush your teeth twice a day.