You need to plan a visit to the dentist twice a year for examinations. Although the views may differ, the dentist will most often examine your teeth and gums for possible problems. You can also make x-rays in order to make sure there are no hidden problems. The teeth can also be professionally cleansed to remove soft and hard deposits (gums) above or below the gingival level and prostrate them to remove plaque and stain on the surface of the tooth. And do not forget: The dentist can give you expert instructions in barking and cleaning the dental floss. Nutrition is important. More attention is devoted to the health of the tooth and mouth cavity, and the emphasis is placed on the early beginning of the creation of hygiene habits, even in early childhood. Tooth health greatly affects the quality of your life. A nice smile completes your exterior appearance, and healthy teeth allow you to have healthy and proper nutrition.
Choosing the best toothpaste is not an easy task. On shelves I can often find dozens of different kind of toothpaste and various manufacturers. It is important to choose a paste containing fluorine. Some of the dental caverns offer protection against the formation of tooth deposits of hard minerals. If you choose toothpaste for your baby, pay attention to its taste to make the teeth more comfortable for the baby. Teach your child that dough is not food and it needs to sprout and not to swallow. Always use only a small amount of toothpaste, grain size of the peas, tooth brushing of the baby, so that in the case of swallowing the baby would not have swallowed too much fluoro. Toothbrush: The problem of choosing the best toothbrush is nothing short of the problem of toothpaste selection. When buying a toothbrush, choose one that has soft flaps that are not sharp or rounded at the ends. Depending on the size of the tooth cavity, pay attention to the size of the head of the cuttlefish. The head of the toothbrush should be small enough to reach all parts of the lip cavity and to all teeth. Replace your hose with a new one every 1-2 months. When buying a cot for your baby, keep in mind that their gums are sensitive, and that using the wrong toothbrush can damage the soft tissue. Therefore, it is of utmost importance that your baby’s crotch has soft nylon faux lace. While the baby is still a little, the cedar should be very small. As a child grows, some bullet head size is enough to brush one to two teeth at the same time. Your baby’s crotch should be small enough to catch all the teeth in the oral cavity, including the molars. Change your cats as with adults every 1-2 months or earlier if they are worn out. If the cot wears out significantly earlier than 1-2 months, your baby may swell the teeth with too much pressure. Electric toothbrushes for children can be fun to use. The advantage is that you have multiple cycle cycles in time, thus reducing the time of active busting. They can be of practical importance even in children with special needs, for longer sitting or disciplined barking can be a problem. Moisturizing Fluids: There is a difference between the oral cavity rinse and fluids containing fluids. Rinse aid refreshes the breath, but does not cure or protect the teeth. Most of these drugs also contain alcohol, and are not suitable for children younger than six years because they can swallow them. If your child suffers from a chronic mouthache, perhaps another health problem may be causing it. Foaming fluids containing fluorine around the teeth create a protective layer of fluoride, which prevents the appearance of caries. Consult your child’s dentist to know if your child should use such products. Also, make sure your child is able to follow the instructions, or spit the fluid after washing. You can check this by taking the baby out of the mouth with a little water, then swallow it, but swallow it.
The danger to the teeth is also the slow ripening of sweetened drinks, teas and coffee, but the danger of lurking and of natural candies: dates, grapes … Everyday care, proper nutrition and regular dental control can prevent the most common diseases of teeth, caries and paradentos. The best way to prevent the onset of the disease of the tooth, gum or oral cavity is to develop proper dental care habits. It is very important to create the routine of tooth brushing after each meal and cabbage, and before bedtime. It is necessary for children to develop awareness of the importance of oral cavity hygiene. For the first four to five years of your child’s life, help him cleanse the tooth and dental flesh until the child gains the confidence to do it alone. Proper Tooth Care The tooth should be followed after each meal and at least twice a day, after breakfast and before going to sleep. However, it is very important to know that the teeth should not be monitored immediately after eating. During this period due to increased acidity, the dental enamel is particularly sensitive, so it can be damaged by brush cracking. Therefore, especially after consuming meals containing sugars or acids, such as cakes and fruits, teeth should be caught for at least 30 minutes. Tooth care should take about 3 minutes. The brush should be as patient and as thorough as possible in the small circular movements of the dental flesh to the tooth, first covering the outer, then the inner surface, and then the grizzly surfaces of all the teeth. When brushing your teeth with light circular movements, brush your teeth with dill and do not forget the tongue in which bacteria are collected.
Dental floss is an important addition to the oral cavity hygiene. At the dentition, clean the area between the tooth where it can often create deposits from the residual food that remains there after brushing and toothpaste. It is recommended to use the dental floss at least once a day, and the different types of dental floss are in fact adapted to the special needs of the mouth. If you have all your teeth and all stored contacts, it is advisable to use a wound dental silk that protects dental implants from damage to the fiber itself. Choose the one that suits you the most. Dental flosses for children can be obtained at pharmacies.