extraction procedure is just one of many dental jobs that may need to
be carried out on a patient if their teeth are not properly looked after.
One aspect of
a person’s diet and lifestyle that can lead to such a treatment being needed is
foods that are high in sugar. Most people are aware of the effects sugar can
have on someone’s teeth, but not many people are aware that it is not
necessarily that you eat sugar, but how much sugar one consumes.
thrive on sugary foods as professionals (such as dentists in London) will
tell you. They may also tell you that the mouth takes an average of 40 minutes
to neutralise any acidic qualities that are present. Therefore it is important
that a person limits how much sugar (both food and drink) they take into their
body. Some experts may suggest only eating sugary foods around mealtimes.
effective way to prevent a build up of bacteria and remove sugar from the teeth
is to brush them regularly. Most dentists and experts would recommend brushing
them at least twice a day; though some may even tell you to clean your teeth
after every meal.
of bacteria on the teeth can not only cause such problems as tooth decay and
plaque (which may lead to the treatment mentioned above being carried out), but
it can also cause bad breath.
mouthwash is a good method of maintaining fresh breath. However, it should not
be used as an alternative to actually cleaning the teeth.
speaking, keeping up with regular brushing (using recommended toothpaste from
your dentist), flossing the teeth to clean the areas a brush cannot reach and
keeping sugary foods to a minimum are the best ways of keeping teeth free of
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