Tips of maintaining a good dental Care

Maintaining a good oral health is crucial for overall health of the body. Most of the people still haven’t realized the vital role of a healthy mouth to the general health; either it be by providing essential nutrition to our body, or by making us able to speak. In general, doctors acknowledge it as the window of human body. How? Well, it reflects the symptoms of some of the diseases firstly than any of human’s other organs. Mouth lesions indicating about HIV infection in a human body, bleeding gums and change in their color giving signaling the blood disorders are some of the evidences to the fact.
Dental health is assumed to have a direct effect to the general health. The consequences of poor oral health not only lead to impact the physical health but also to one’s dignity. For a second, imagine yourself as a victim of bad breath and negative vibes it brings about you in front of your pals, co-workers or family. One would never have the same confidence to socialize or open up.
Therefore, maintaining a good dental care is one of the most required hygienic routines to be practiced for a better physical and social life. Here are some advises on sustaining a good oral health.
1.      Brush two times in a day: Dentists recommend everyone to brush their teeth at least for two times a day. Generally, brushing after meals is the perfect time as this enables to remove any residues in between the teeth.
2.      Choose the right toothbrush: Depending on the sensitivity of gums and teeth, right type of toothbrush is to be selected carefully. Some may prefer having stronger bristles while some may go for a one with softer bristles. Normally, toothbrush with softer to medium bristles are healthier to gums preventing any substantial damage or bleeding.
3.      Toothpaste with Fluoride: Fluoride has proved to forbid any kind of tooth decay from decades and also aids in hardening tooth enamel. So, use toothpaste that is composed of Fluoride in it.
4.      Brush for at least 2 minutes: Brush teeth at least for two to three minutes at a time. However, it doesn’t mean that one should only brush at only one part of the whole chain of teeth. Move the brush around every corner gently and use a small-headed toothbrush.
5.      Try not to chew hard objects: Teeth are built up of natural calcium and are brittle. If you ever try chewing hardly breakable objects, or remove bottle metal-caps, remember that your teeth are vulnerable to a possible fracture or breakage.
6.      Careful on your drinks: Lots of acidic drinks are being advertised over the past and are easily drawing the people’s attention towards them. These acidic drinks only react to the calcium of your teeth resulting in its decomposition. It only leads to make teeth much sensible to cold, sour or hot liquids and food. Also, hot water with high temperature has higher potential to damage the enamel (the protective layer of a tooth).
7.      Avoid sweet foods: The more you avoid sweet foods; the better it is for gums and teeth. Plaque in teeth contains bacteria, which converts sugars of sweet foods in to acids. That means teeth get more liable to decay.
8.      Regular dental check-ups: Regular check-ups are compulsory for everyone, at least once a month. Dentists can identify oral problems if exist any and further medication can be carried out accordingly to prevent any oral disorders.