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Teeth Safety

Keep your mouth shut and safe. Avoid using teeth to cut things (string, plastic bags, fishing line), holding a pen or pencil, biting my nails, crack nuts, crunch or ice jumped under the popcorn, or open bottles or hairpins.

Sports and protective equipment

Young adults participating in various events. It is important to wear protective gear for each activity. The use of helmets for football, baseball, snowboarding, skateboarding, Biking and motorcycling. Some sporting events require a protective mask, and contact sports mouthguards. Kappa absorb energy during impact; they are a necessity in contact sports, because of their ability to prevent dental and craniocerebral injury, trauma.

General health

Healthy teeth are also important for the overall health of the body, like many systemic diseases appear in the mouth. Adolescents and adults suffering from poor oral hygiene not be productive, both the school and in the working environment. Oral infections may be associated with high blood sugar levels in diabetes, cardiovascular and respiratory diseases.
Tooth decay and gum disease are chronic diseases, which are caused by lifestyle.

Good oral hygiene habits

Teenagers should continue good oral hygiene habits:
  • Brush toothpaste with fluoride after Breakfast and before bedtime.
  • Floss their teeth once a day, preferably before bedtime.
  • Brush the tongue well for removal of bacteria and prevents unpleasant smell from the mouth.
  • Drink water that contains fluoride in the recommended levels.
  • Use fluoride daily, and in braces to prevent white spot lesions (starting caries).
  • The sealants checked on hold.
  • Visit their dentist, as recommended.
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