Tips For The Health Of Your Teeth And Mouth 

Tips For The Health Of Your Teeth And Mouth

For the health of your teeth and mouth, in general brush your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste. Floss regularly. Visit your dentist routinely for a checkup and cleaning. Tell the dentist about any medical conditions you have and medications you take.


Tips For The Health Of Your Teeth And Mouth 


1. Eat A Balanced Diet: Good Food Is Medicine On Its Own

The mealtime beverage also helps to wash away food particles on teeth. The best beverage choices include water (especially fluoridated water) and unsweetened tea. Limit your consumption of sugar-containing drinks, including soft drinks, lemonade, and coffee or tea with added sugar.

  • Eat less of/avoid sugary foods/drinks: Those microbes that destroy the teeth dwell more on sugary matters
  • Drink water often: Dry mouth worsens bad breath (mouth odor)
  • Brush (preferably after eating) at least twice daily

2. Avoid Smoking/Tobacco Use

  • Smoking/tobacco use increases the risk of oral cancer, and gum diseases, as well as stains the teeth
  • Floss regularly: To remove particles hanging between teeth
  • Brush your tongue well: The tongue is part of the mouth
  • Brush the gum & tongue gently to avoid wound

3.Don’T Use A Hard Brush: Life No Suppose Hard Reach That Level

  • Brush with salt, water & chewstick if fluoride toothpaste & brush are not available: They both work almost equally efficiently
  • Gaggle with warm water & salt from time to time

4. Replace Old Toothbrush With New One Within 3 Months

  • If you wear braces or dentures, keep to the rules your doctor gave
  • Don’t forget! Bad breath (mouth odor) is treatable
  • Misaligned, jagged, stained teeth, etc are all correctable, with your smile restored

5. Avoid Eating/Chewing Hard Things That Can Crack Your Teeth/Injure Your Mouth

  • Create time to visit your dentist, at least annually:
  • Don’t wait till your teeth start getting holes or palates ulcerated before you do that

6. Tap Water.

  • Tap water is a cavity-fighting machine; while sugary drinks leave behind a film of sugar on your teeth for bacteria to feed on, water cleans your mouth with each sip.
  • It flushes out food debris and dilutes the acid produced by the bacteria in your mouth

7. Avoid Too, Much Coffee

  • Despite the health benefits, drinking too much coffee can leave a lasting mark on your smile.
  • In fact, research shows it can increase your risk of cavities because it’s acidic, which can erode your enamel.
  • As your enamel becomes thinner, it can also lead to tooth sensitivity

8. Drink More Milk

Can milk whiten teeth?

  • The study concluded that casein, the primary protein present in milk, is responsible for the teeth-whitening property of milk.
  • Casein attaches itself to the tannins and stops the yellowing of teeth. The team also observed that the dairy component present in milk also works to protect the natural color of teeth.

Neglect these things at your own peril.



  • Practice good oral hygiene.
  • Brush teeth thoroughly twice a day and floss daily between the teeth to remove dental plaque.
  • Visit your dentist at least once a year, even if you have no natural teeth or have dentures.
  • Do not use any tobacco products.



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