Perfect smile: TOP 3 rules for healthy teeth

Decem­ber 01, 2017, 19:06

A beau­ti­ful smile, sparkling with white­ness and health, is a guar­an­tee of self-con­fi­dence, and there­fore a faith­ful assis­tant in achiev­ing suc­cess. Fol­low these sim­ple guide­lines and you will always be able to afford to smile freely with­out wor­ry­ing about the con­di­tion of your teeth and fresh­ness of breath.

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1. Eat right

Den­tal health is large­ly depen­dent on nutri­tion. To keep your teeth strong, your diet should be rich in cal­ci­um, con­tain a com­plete set of foods from the main groups (fruits and veg­eta­bles, bread, dairy, meat) and a mod­er­ate amount of car­bo­hy­drates. Reg­u­lar­ly con­sume green tea, mus­tard, cheese, nuts, mint, straw­ber­ries, cel­ery, car­rots, and oth­er hard veg­eta­bles or fruits to strength­en gums, keep breath fresh, and cleanse teeth of dis­ease-caus­ing plaque. But toma­toes, cit­rus fruits and oth­er acidic foods, try to eat as part of a dish, and not sep­a­rate­ly. It is also bet­ter to lim­it your­self to sweets. Sug­ar residues on the teeth are a favorite food of microor­gan­isms that con­tribute to the appear­ance of caries.

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2. Visit the dentist regularly

Once every six months, be sure to allo­cate time and mon­ey for a pre­ven­tive exam­i­na­tion at the den­tist. You need to do this, even if you have no vis­i­ble prob­lems with your teeth and gums. Believe me, an expe­ri­enced doc­tor will always find what can be cor­rect­ed and there­by pre­vent the devel­op­ment of caries and oth­er den­tal prob­lems. It is also very help­ful to have your teeth pro­fes­sion­al­ly cleaned reg­u­lar­ly.

3. Keep hygiene

Reg­u­lar prop­er hygiene is the main con­di­tion for main­tain­ing the health and beau­ty of your smile. You need to brush your teeth at least 2 times a day — in the morn­ing and in the evening with a medi­um-hard brush (it will clean your teeth and not hurt your del­i­cate gums).

In addi­tion to a tooth­brush and tooth­paste for a com­plete oral care, den­tists strong­ly rec­om­mend using a mouth­wash. It cares for the gums, pre­vents their inflam­ma­tion, and also gives fresh breath. It is bet­ter to choose rins­es with a pro­longed action.

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