What It Takes to Have a Healthy Smile

Not all people have been gifted to have the perfect set of teeth for that beautiful smile. A white smile indicates perfectly healthy gums and teeth and how confident one feels. People who are conscious about their smile often don’t feel god about mingling and interacting with other people. And those with that confident smile have no problem socializing with other people. Fortunately, there are many possible ways to have that beautiful smile even for people without the perfect set of white and sparkling healthy teeth.

The importance of getting healthy teeth cannot be emphasized enough in today’s society especially with the advent of many new high-tech ways to keep the teethhealthy. A healthy set of teeth has its functional utilities served well – grinding, chewing and tearing food to help in the digestive system. Additionally, there’s the cosmetic value of having shiny white teeth which is key to boosting self-image and self-confidence. Having a healthy smile is having good dental and internal health. A person may have unhealthy teethdue to some medical conditions like diabetes. Such medical conditions may prevent a person from having good set of teeth.

What then does it take to have that healthy smile? For one, improper dental care and hygiene often results to dental problems – toothache, cavities, tooth decay, etc. Excessive sugar and plaque can cause tooth decay and gum disease. When debris and bacteria collect on theteeth, and are not removed by oral cleansing, plaque build-up can be expected. A lost tooth or a chipped tooth is an example of tooth injury. When cavities formed one gets toothache. When a person has a toothache, or has chipped tooth or a missing tooth, smiling becomes pretty hard and an unwanted activity.

In order to flash that healthy smile, one must take care of the teeth properly. Proper brushing of the teeth after each meal will prevent plaque formation and help eliminate sugar inside the mouth. Using toothpaste with fluoride will help keep the teethhealthy and stronger. Fluoride toothpaste also kills bacteria. In addition, rinsing the mouth, chewing sugarless gum or apple also helps clean the teeth. If consuming sugary and gummy foods, good oral rinsing is required to remove bacteria that can cause tooth decay. Aside from brushing the teeth, plaque formation below the gum line and between the teeth may be effectively removed by flossing.

In general, keeping a healthy dental ritual and routine will help keep your teethhealthy. A visit to the dentist every 6 months to look after one’s dental and oral health is necessary. And so is brushing of the teeth two times a day for 2 to 3 minutes will also do wonders for the teeth. Bedtime flossing will prevent buildup of bacteria that causes tooth decay. Avoiding staining foods like coffee and tea, tobacco and cigarette, cola and soda can help keep the teeth sparkling and shiny white. In other words, good dental hygiene practices are necessary if one wants to keep their teethhealthy and flash that confident smile.

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