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Did you know that poor gums are main reason of tooth loss along with caries, trauma and oral cancer in 90% of cases? ...We can prevent our gums just by doing few simple routines at home . Practicing good oral hygiene is the most important action that a person can take to prevent and treat gum disease. Most people tend to overlook their gums when it comes to oral health and focus on getting a bright, white smile instead. However, healthy teeth require healthy gums. Gum disease can lead to tooth loss. Fortunately, a person can take many steps to prevent and even reverse gum disease. These include:
1.Brushing the teeth properly
2.Choosing the right toothpaste
3.Flossing daily
4.Taking care when rinsing out the mouth
5.Using mouthwash
6.Having regular dental checkups
7.Stopping smoking
8.Fibrous and healthy diet
9.Adequate water intake

It is best to avoid the following foods and beverages:

1.Carbonated soft drinks that contain phosphoric and citric acids as well as sugar.
2.Alcohol, as it can dry out the mouth.
3.Sticky candies and sweets that stay in the mouth for a while.
4.Starchy foods that can become stuck in the teeth.




Every aspect of your mouth is connected to your body’s health physiologically.
Your mouth might dry when you are nervous or salivate when you are hungry. Have you ever wondered why???......
It is because our mouth mirrors our body’s emotions and physiological process. It is said that, "A healthy mouth leads to healthy life".......

There are lot of researches proving connection between state of gums and overall health... The mouth serves as a “window” to the rest of the body, providing signals of general health disorders. For example, mouth lesions may be the first signs of HIV infection, aphthous ulcers are occasionally a manifestation of Coeliac disease or Crohn’s disease, pale and bleeding gums can be a marker for blood disorders, bone loss in the lower jaw can be an early indicator of skeletal osteoporosis, and changes in tooth appearance can indicate bulimia or anorexia. The presence of many compounds (e.g., alcohol, nicotine, opiates, drugs, hormones, environmental toxins, antibodies) in the body can also be detected in the saliva.

Oral conditions have an impact on overall health and disease. Bacteria from the mouth can cause infection in other parts of the body when the immune system has been compromised by disease or medical treatments (e.g., infective endocarditis). Systemic conditions and their treatment are also known to impact on oral health (e.g., reduced saliva flow, altered  balance of oral microorganisms).

This shows that, the status of our gums has been directly related to diseases like diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular diseases, artherosclerosis, nutritional deficiencies, blood disorders and many more.
Bad gums can lead to premature delivery of a baby in few pregnant females. Therefore, it is important for a couple to undergo complete oral health check up before family planning to avoid any oral health related complications during pregnancy.
Hence, achieving healthy gums should also be your priority as they are also a part of your body.
Visit your nearby dental centre for further details.....




...........Do you get up every morning to the ritual of brushing your teeth to feel fresh and awakened??
But somehow you fail to feel fresh and awakened even after brushing your teeth.
Some of you may notice sticky mouth , bad breath and feeling of not being fresh even after brushing your teeth twice or thrice per day. This may be a sign of gum disease.
Swollen gums, reddish pink gums and gums which bleed on brushing teeth or even slight movement indicate the gums are inflamed and you need to go to your dentist NOW!!

If not treated these inflamed gums can progress to cause multiple oral health problems like loosening of teeth, increased spacing in between teeth, longer looking teeth and constant pain in gums, eventually leading to falling of teeth.
If you notice any of the above mentioned signs please do visit us for treatment solutions.


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