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  • Food and drink: Coffee, tea, wines
  • Tobacco
  • Poor Oral hygiene: Inadequate brushing and flossing
  • Several diseases affect enamel and dentin
  • Antibiotics tetracycline and doxycycline use
  • Dental material- Amalgam filling
  • Advancing age
  • Excessive fluoride
  • Trama - Damage from a fall can disturb enamel formation

  How to Eliminate Discoloration

  • Brush and floss teeth regularly
  • Use whitening toothpaste
  • Regularly dental scaling
  • Tooth whitening treatment

  Causes of Bad Breath

  • Poor oral hygiene
  • Signs of gum inflammation
    • Red, tender, bleeding  or swollen gums
    • Loose or sensitive  teeth
    • Pus coming from around the teeth
    • Pain on chewing
  • Respiratory tract infection
  • Smoking, alcohol and unclean tongue
  • Dry mouth
  • Stomach and intestinal disturbance

  Tips to Eliminate Bad Breath

  • Brush and floss teeth properly
  • Clean tongue especially its surface
  • Use chlorine Dioxide mouthwashes
  • Get dental check-up twice a year
  • Check signs of gum inflammation and dental problems
  • Chew sugar free gum
  • Drink much water

  Gum Disease & Care

Gum disease is an infection of the tissues and bone supporting and anchoring the teeth. Untreated gum disease can lead teeth lost

  Signs of Gum Disease

  • Bleed when brush or floss teeth
  • Gums are red, swollen or tender
  • Infection including purulence(pus) between the teeth and
  • gums when the gums are pressed
  • Permanent  teeth that are loose or separating
  • Any  changes in the way teeth fit together when biting
  • Any  changes in the fit of partial denture
  • Bad breath, Itchy sensation &  itchy sensation

  Prevention Tips

  • Brush teeth twice a day for at least 3 minutes.
  • Daily floss
  • Use toothpaste containing fluoride
  • Use toothbrush with soft and polished brittles and replace them every 3-4 months
  • Eat a healthy diet. Avoid snack or junk foods
  • Do not smoke

  Tooth Sensitivity Causes

  • Brushing too hard
  • Recession of the gums
  • Gum disease. Inflamed and sore gum tissue
  • Cracked tooth
  • Teeth grinding, tooth wear-down
  • Recent routine dental procedure- teeth whitening, scaling, root planing, crown placement, tooth restoration

  Tooth Sensitivity Elimination

  • Maintain good oral hygiene
  • Use soft-bristled toothbrush
  • Use desensitizing agents- desensitizing toothpaste and tooth mousse
  • Use fluoride dental products
  • Avoid teeth grinding
  • See dentists regularly

  How to Care First Permanent Teeth

  • Start brushing as soon as teeth appear
  • Brush thoroughly twice a day ( Just before bed is important)
  • Help your child brush until they are able to do it well by themselves- Usually around the age of seven
  • Use a fluoride toothpaste and encourage your child to spit after brushing
  • Do not rinse afterwards as this reduces the benefits of the fluoride in the toothpaste
  • Use a tiny smear of toothpaste for babies and a pea-sized amount for children
  • Use children’s toothpaste with reduced fluoride until they are able to spit well
  • Visit a dentist regularly

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