Taking Care Of Your Teeth
Taking Care Of Your Teeth
When you get your photo taken, you usually smile and
reveal to the world your teeth. Healthy teeth can be a
indicator of one’s personality. Slobs usually have
teeth that are rotten and they have bad breath.
However, people who keep their teeth in tiptop shape
are the ones who are known to be successful and
responsible in their careers. Personal dental care
differs from one person to another, but it all comes
down to one important fact: the healthier your teeth
are, the greater you would look.
Aside from the aesthetic value of healthy,
good-looking teeth, they also help a person chew foods
properly. Remember, for a person to have a good
digestion, the foods that he or she would eat should
be chewed properly. Having a good set of teeth also
enables a person to speak clearly and confidently.
People who have a poor set of teeth are usually shy
and hesitant to talk in public and fail to effectively
communicate with others. Although sometimes, the shape
and structure of one’s teeth may be genetic, dentists
and orthodontists can usually help re-shape and
improve crooked, ugly teeth.
The Importance Of Healthy Teeth It is very important
that individuals take care of their teeth because it
will prevent plaque formation which pertains to a
clear film that sticks to the surface of the teeth.
You might think that having a clear film stuck to your
teeth is harmful (since it’s clear, anyway) but you
might change your mind when you discover that the film
is very sticky and it has a magnet-like aura that
attracts bacteria to stick to it.
Sinfully Sugary Sweet Bacteria are attracted to sugar
stuck on your teeth like ants in a picnic. The
bacteria that is attracted by the sugary substance
left in your mouth after you eat candies or cake
breaks down the sugar into acid.
The acid is the one responsible for eating away your
tooth enamel, which would then cause holes in your
teeth called cavities. Too much plaque also causes a
disease called gingivitis. It is a gum disease that
makes gums red, sore and swollen.
The first indicator that you have gingivitis is when
your gums easily bleed even with just simple and basic
brushing. Practicing personal dental care is really
important because if one wouldn’t take care of his or
her teeth, the cavities and unhealthy gums will make
the gum very sore and rotten.
Getting awful toothaches can also be a result of lack
of personal dental care. Having toothaches and other
mouth-related diseases due to lack of personal mouth
hygiene will surely make eating, as well as
communicating with other people difficult.
Brush Properly If you are already getting paranoid
about all the bacteria that is staying inside your
mouth, don’t be! You can actually combat the bacteria
in your mouth by two simple weapons: toothbrush and
By brushing your teeth at least two times a day, you
can break down the plaque and prevent it from building
up to cause cavities and other teeth and mouth
Being a responsible owner of pearly whites is not
difficult. You just have to make sure that you don’t
forget about your personal dental care amidst your
busy work or lifestyle.