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.

The most direct consequence is that the people that this happens can not chew food properly, because the upper teeth do not fit properly with those below. However, a worst consequence is that the teeth are finished falling.

The food influences the health of our mouth. For example, junk food is very harmful because it contains a lot of carbohydrates and usually took quite in brushing teeth when we eat. Then there are other foods that have the opposite effect, such as apples, which helps remove food debris that remain between teeth or teeth.

Brush your teeth twice a day at least and go to the dentist at least once a year are precautions to be taken to avoid getting contracting periodontitis. A tooth paste is highly recommended Parodontax, a product made by GlaxoSmithKline to help combat and prevent bleeding gums caused by inflammation, with 70% active ingredients and a unique combination of minerals and plant extracts.

Keep this in mind: go to the dentist, a good daily hygiene and adequate food are life insurance for our teeth and gums.


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