Caring for your teeth

Teeth are an important part of the face, so you have to keep in good health, so we bring some tips to not have to hide your smile with others.

You should use a soft toothbrush as recommended by dentists, because the stiff brushes may cause abrasion of the tooth enamel and cause the gums to recede.

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The teeth whitening

Dentistry as well as other branches of health is not alien to the new technologies and other beauty treatments, implant placement currently is not such a traumatic experience.

Among other treatments we can name the bleaching, which is used to improve the color of teeth, this is a very safe procedure and does not have any contraindications.
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Benefits of quitting smoking

Nicotine is the component generating snuff addiction, this substance reduces appetite, muscle movements along the entire digestive system and reduces the function of the gallbladder and other digestive secretions.

There are many cons of smoking, but in the case that we have decided to leave this addiction, we will see how it benefits our body.

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Take care of your oral hygiene and your diet

Did you know that 7 out of 10 people suffer from the problem of gum disease or periodontal?

These oral problems appear as a result of plaque that builds up around the teeth and gums. If not properly removed, this board is becoming increasingly harder, and results in the appearance of tartar, which are the black stains that we see sometimes in our teeth. This gets tartar below the gums and make these become inflamed and bleed. If unchecked, the tissues that support the teeth suffer, the bone around the teeth and teeth decreases start moving.

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    It is important to maintain oral health of our children, so we have to remind them to brush their teeth for 3 minutes after each meal, to thereby prevent caries.

The cause infections in teeth and enamel are destroying them, and this destruction is increased if you consume foods rich in sugars and carbohydrates.

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Reasons for The Lack of Dental Health among Hispanics

    Recently conducted a survey titled “Hispanics Open Up About Oral Health Care” led by the Hispanic Dental Association (HDA) and was sponsored by the Crest® and Oral-B Procter & Gamble (P & G ). ? According to statistics, 65 percent of Hispanics experienced at least one dental health problem in the last year, compared with 53 percent of the general population.
     The survey revealed that in addition to lack of knowledge, the high costs of professional care, language barriers and cultural differences, are in addition to many Hispanics have good dental health obstacles.? An alarming fifty percent of the Hispanic population, believes that dental visits are not really necessary provided they perform good oral care.

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