Posts Tagged ‘teeth’

Enemies of the teeth

Friday, November 26th, 2010

teethOur teeth have three main enemies. The first is a coating in which microorganisms thrive – in the course of its life activity they produce lactic acid, destroying the teeth. The second enemy is sugar as an adhesive coating adheres to the teeth. The third is the lack of fluorine. We offer several traditional means – cheap but very effective, which will help you cope with the damage:
• Fine, you can brush my teeth using a brush with natural bristles and salty boiled water. You are using and salt.
• savory is a very powerful disinfectant. Powdered dry leaves to dry brush and carefully rub the teeth in all directions, her then rinse your mouth.
• Activated charcoal well cleaned tooth coating. Crush a few tablets charcoal, place them on the wash and brush their teeth for 3 minutes. Finally, rinse the mouth thoroughly.
• horsetail prevents tooth decay. Key horsetail from humid location, dry it and isters flour. It also stops bleeding and strengthens gums. With it you can brush your teeth 2 times a day.
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The sugar is not the only one problem for the teeth

Thursday, July 15th, 2010

SweetsUse your teeth permanently – while eating, talking and smiling. Therefore it is essential to keep them healthy. We present some fact about them that are little known, but this does can be useful in everyday life for everyone – to protect the health of your teeth and your entire mouth:
1. Yogurt is just as harmful as sweet
Sugar is not the only enemy of our teeth. Acidic, low pH acidic foods such as confectionery, soft drinks and fruit juices soften the teeth, a result is the appearance of erosions of the enamel and reducing the size of the teeth themselves. Studies show that citric acid is extremely harmful. The worst nightmare for children’s teeth are very acidic and sweet foods that adhere to them. They “melt” teeth like a piece of ice left at room temperature. Moreover, children’s teeth are not fully formed since enamel maximum yield strength only ten years after the growth of teeth. In childhood it is softer and therefore more easily susceptible to the harmful effects of acids. Adults also consume no small amount of acidic foods that pose a threat to the health of teeth. However, if you decide to eat something sour, do it best with the main meal – it will reduce the harmful effects. More is better then chew gum containing xylitol because it helps the prevention of caries.
2. Email is the most solid substance in the human body, but it is brittle
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Some “truths” about the teeth health

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

Dental HealthMany people believe that dentistry understand enough to assess the risks of one or another condition of the teeth and mouth. Therefore, there is more widespread “truths” turned into myths associated with the treatment and maintenance of teeth. We offer some of them.
1. Crushed aspirin tablets with alcohol or cotton affixed to the patient’s tooth, immediately remove the pain.
This is not even just a myth, a dangerous delusion. Scheduled chemicals onto the lining, her threaten to burn, which will be added to the toothache, which, of course, will not disappear.
2. Washing your teeth with baking soda is a great whitening agent.
Teeth whitening is a special procedure. Washing soda is equal to the use of sandpaper on teeth. Soda is a hard abrasive, which violates enamel and will soon send the dentist’s office.
3. After removal of tooth mouth should be rinsed as much as possible with more frequent disinfection solutions.
Rinsing is necessary, but better solution is to be retained in the mouth. If too often wash the wound can be washed clotted blood, which ensures the successful healing. So it is better this place is not touched at all and treated for 2-3 days.
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The teeth depend from the gene

Saturday, March 27th, 2010

TeethToday the prevailing opinion among people that the health of teeth depends exclusively on heredity. In part this is indeed so, as the information to the construction of solid tissues and in particular the teeth actually is inherited. However, if you are born healthy and white teeth, but quit to care for them, hereditary factors, you will not save. On the health of teeth and other circumstances affect: and pass the accompanying diseases, nutrition, quality of milk teeth in childhood hygiene characteristics of the mouth, etc. In the process of development of healthy teeth play an important role quantity of fluoride contained in drinking water. This should be especially aware of pregnant women, because the formation of milk and permanent teeth of children begins in 6 months of pregnancy. If the quantity of fluorine is not enough, there is the possibility to form incomplete enamel, ie subsequently the child suffers from multiple caries. Excess amount of fluorine is also very dangerous. As a rule in 1 liter of water must contain 1 mg of fluoride. With a shortage or a large amount of fluorine can fight differently. If fluoride is less able to use fluoridated salt, toothpaste, fluoride, as well as teeth 2 times a year may be covered with so-called. fluoride varnish, and the procedure must be performed by a dentist.
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Foot and Nails care

Monday, October 12th, 2009

NailsAlthough the feet are one of the most visible body parts (especially for male eyes), they need daily care – just like brushing your teeth. To keep your feet in optimum condition is not sufficient to keep only the elementary rules of hygiene. Are needed special care at least from time to time without necessarily attending a beauty salon. Cuticles around nails require periodic coating of a special tool to soften them, to make it easier to be removed. The feet should be spread with softening and moisturizing cream, and then massaged. It is necessary to use tools that are designed specifically for feet and have a number of specific properties – anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, softening, etc. People often visit a sauna and swimming pool, should benefit and means to counteract the emergence of fungi, because high temperatures and humidity promote the development of infection. Nails should be trimmed regularly (at least once every 2 weeks) using a nail or nail-cutter. Corners must be rounded to no shave the skin. If necessary they can pile and with colorless nail polish that protects nails from fungus and mechanical damage.
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Dental problems are a chain of consequences from the lack of hygiene

Sunday, October 11th, 2009

Dental ProblemsSome believe that healthy teeth should be washed after each meal, but this is not true. Only two hours after feeding on the teeth begin to form a coating. If he is not removed in 12 hours, this place begins to form tartar. The Dental Insurance Blog reported about research of English Dentists. Tartar can cause gum inflammation, increased mobility of teeth and unpleasant smell in the mouth. Moreover, it contributes to the development of caries. The easiest way to preserve the health of your teeth and gums is regular cleaning of the teeth (n less than twice daily), rinsing the mouth with special fluids, the use of sutures for teeth. Oral hygiene will be most effective, if their choice of toothpaste, toothbrush, etc., consult a dentist. In addition to the rules of personal hygiene, twice a year to visit a dentist for examination and prophylactic removal of tartar. Do not delay this visit – every one of the problems associated with the gums and teeth discovered at an early stage, be treated much easier, and much cheaper.
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Tips for nice smile

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

Dental HealthEveryone knows what foods are bad for your teeth. But it knows that there are those that fight bacteria, remove plaque, strengthen enamel and freshen breath. Here are a few such foods. Eat celery or carrots once a day. Chewing hard vegetables stimulates saliva, which neutralizes bacterias. Moreover, massages gums and cleans interdental space. Eating of sesame seeds did remove plaque and strengthens tooth enamel. Prevents bone around the teeth and gums. You can add them to salad or steamed vegetables. Suffice it three times a week. Cheese is good for the teeth for several reasons – it contains carbohydrates and very little calcium and phosphate. These factors maintain the balance of pH in the oral cavity and not allowing bacteria to damage the teeth. Protect enamel and produce saliva, which kills bacteria. Before going to bed you can eat cheese. Great care was eating gum morning. The kiwi has a high content of vitamin C stops the destruction of collagen in the gums. Green tea destroys bacteria cause of bad breath and removes the one that turns sugar into plaque. Drink green tea every day.
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Coffee prevent caries

Monday, August 17th, 2009

CoffeeThe results of the study of Italian researchers showed that the drink, considered by many one of the most harmful, in fact delayed the process of destruction of the teeth, reported BBC. After conducting a series of laboratory tests, scientists from the University of Microbiologists Ascoli reach the conclusion that coffee prevent the emergence and development of caries. They argue that the hot beverages containing caffeine, has not only excitant action which helps to facilitate waking up morning and enhance employability. In their coffee kills bacteria that cause the emergence and development of caries.
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Sick teeth can hurt all authorities

Saturday, August 15th, 2009

TeethOf certain bacteria in the mouth outbreak or toxic substances are sprayed on the body for long periods in the blood or lymph nodes along the nerves. Thus irritant reach other organs and can cause severe inflammation, for example, heart, lung, brain or joints. Often appear in large yeast deposits as eye, liver, colon, or even infections in the throat and pharynx, or in related tissue may be due to bacteria. If they grow unhindered in the blood, there is a threat of lethal blood poisoning. Initial outbreaks of these diseases are often chronic inflammation in the tooth root. They may arise through unilateral pressure on certain teeth or caries-deep through our pits. Sometimes the bacteria are hiding and killed teeth (eg after treatment of roots), because there immune system can not harm them, go target positions where the tooth is removed. But no fear! Because it usually does not happen inwardly. Toothache, swelling, fever and sometimes thickened lymph nodes on the bottom of the mouth and throat are often a sign of such bacterial outbreaks.
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