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How to prevent mouth cavity diseases?

Oral cavity diseases
The most widespread mouth cavity diseases are parodont inflammations usually faced by people of 15-19 and 35-40 years. Gum bleeding while cleaning teeth and eating solid food are becoming more and more frequent (even with children of 6-7 years). Such problem can bring to tooth loss. Nowadays this problem attracts attention of numerous dentists and researchers. If you do not take measures the disease will develop and lead to forming of paradontal recesses, resorption of the jaw bone tissue, teeth mobility.

The hygienic condition of the mouth cavity depends on the development of paradont diseases. Dental deposit influences this condition in a bad way because during the first stage it contains aerobic microorganisms that demineralize the enamel.the latter stages contain anaerobic bacteria causing gingivitis and periodontitis. Such bacteria get under the gum and produce toxins and enzymes destructing the paradont tissues.

Dental calculus makes the situation even worse.

Papillary surface of the tongue is the place where streptococci, ray fungi and other microorganisms can live and cause paradont diseases. They cannot be removed mechanically. Tongue is a resort for bacteria causing paradont pathologies. It is worth saying that the mouth cavity microflora is an indicator of all changes in the human organism. Disbiosis of the mouth cavity makes things even worse while successful elimination of disbiosis promotes more effective cure of the primary disease. Mouth cavity hygiene is the best way to prevent paradont inflammation. It is important not only to effect teeth mechanically with the help of the toothbrush but also using preventives to avoid inflammation. If we eat and drink food debris remain in our mouth and get between our teeth. If we do not remove them at once we risk to get unhealthy dental deposit and it is a perfect place for bacteria. Kids should start cleaning their teeth as soon as they start growing. At first you can use cotton balls and when the teeth are numerous teach your child to use toothbrush. There are the so-called training toothbrushes. Their handles are covered with thick rubber.

Children can bite them to reduce pain while teething. Sometimes people do not care about milk teeth hygiene but it is a mistake as healthy milk teeth are the basis for secondary teeth. Early exfoliation can be the cause of a problem called wandering tooth. To solve this problem one shall have to spend much time and money to pay for continuous maxillary orthopaedic measures. Suppurative inflammation are also very frequent with milk teeth. Moreover, they can influence the process of growing of permanent teeth in a bad way. To avoid such problems take your children to see a dentist regularly since they are 3 years old. Do not describe dentists like monsters. It can give birth to fear and unwillingness to see a dentist in future.

We would also like to remind you about the importance of choosing a good toothbrush. It is recommended to use toothbrushes with medium length of the head (25-30mm). Using such toothbrush it is easier to get to the out-of-the-way places. In order not to injure gums choose toothbrushes with rounded bristles. Do not forget to clean your tongue. It reduces saliva viscosity. The amount of dental deposit is reduced as well as the risk of paradont inflammation. Nowadays there are special devices - toothbrushes with tongue scrapers. The toothbrush must be made of a series of separate rounded bristles creating the best cleaning surface so the pressure while cleaning is being rationed out on the teeth and gums surface.

For most people the bristles of the toothbrush must be moderately hard. If you have some problems with your teeth consult a dentist before you choose a toothbrush. The toothbrush must be made of synthetic fibers. When you choose a toothbrush for your children pay attention to the handle. It must be thicker than the one of a toothbrush for adults. You can use a toothbrush with replaceable head. Then you will not have to throw the handle of the toothbrush away.

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