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5 MYTHS ABOUT DENTAL HEALTH

Author: Éulia Iliescu
Article source: easyarea.com
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Brushing teeth, using dental floss and two annual appointments at dentist are mandatory for an enviable smile.

But not only has the aesthetical aspect something to win if we respect a la carte the dental hygiene ritual.

Experts from Dental Medicine from Tuffs University are talking about many other benefits that include the entire health of our bodies.



They have been identified 5 myths that regard teeth and they come with recommending. 

1.
Only teeth have to suffer if we don't have a proper dental hygiene and balanced nourishment.

This is just a myth and pregnant women should know that any deflection from the rules of a balanced life affects the fetus. A diet poor in nutrients will grow the risk for cavities for the future baby.

Doctors believe that any calcium, vitamin A and proteins deficiency grows the risk for oral malformations such as harelip or wolf mouth. Moreover, doctors say that any dental suffering will determine the baby to choose soft food, like sweets, in detrimental of the tough ones like vegetables or fruits.

Consequently, cavities can increase the risk of obesity.


2.
The more we consume sugar, the more we risk having cavities.

This is also a myth, believe the experts. It doesn't matter the quantity, but the time of exposing the teeth to sugar. Therefore, the most dangerous are the lollipops, but the same disastrous effect has the carbonated drinks.

These weaken teeth enamel if they are consumed for long terms.


3.
Milk teeth cavities don't represent a problem because the little ones will lose them anyway.

This is another wrong theory according to the American experts. This is so because any cavity of a milk tooth can leads to affecting the definitive ones that are beginning to develop.

If milk teeth are extirpated too soon there is the risk for the definitive teeth to need orthodontic treatment.



4.Ο
steoporosis affects only the spine and the hips.

Well, the decrease of the bone-mass density and can lead to teeth loss. This is so because the jaws are also exposed to the effects of the osteoporosis.

In the absence of a strong support, teeth can lose their stability and they can simply fall.


5.
Cavities affect only younger, healthy people.

Well, things are not like this. The elders can confront with the affection of dental roots because of the medications such as anti-depressives, diuretics, sedatives and antihistamines.

Moreover, the decrease of saliva production once with appeared with aging can increase the risk for cavities.


In conclusion, we must take good care of our teeth anytime and anywhere, no matter the age, the sex or the general health condition that we have.
A proper oral hygiene will make only good for each and every of us.



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