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Check Out These Surprising Things that Can Damage your Teeth. Brought to you by Rundle Dental - Your Smile Our Focus. For more info: check it: https://rundledental.com . At Rundle Dental we are dedicated to helping our patients achieve optimal dental health throughout their entire life. We try to make sure your dental experience is as comfortable as possible. <br>
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Oral Health • You are probably destroying your teeth with your habits without realizing it. For example, if you often use your teeth to remove the price tag from your newly purchased clothes or you're a nail-biter. • Such actions might result in permanent damage to your oral health. Stop them and focus on your dental hygiene by brushing twice daily, flossing regularly, and eating a balanced diet. All these are good for you and will protect you from damaging your enamel and teeth.
In relation, this presentation offers information about some of the surprising things that can damage your teeth without your knowledge.
Neglecting Baby Teeth • Baby teeth are temporary, but this doesn't mean that they are not as important as the permanent ones. As a matter of fact, they help predict how healthy adult teeth will be. • Baby teeth have a certain timeline. If they decay and pulled out sooner than their timeline, there may be not enough space available for the grown-up tooth to grow.
Thumb Sucking • According to dental experts, thumb sucking is also considered as a trauma. What this habit does is to push on the upper palate that forces the permanent teeth to spread or move apart. • And this is one of those hard habits to break. With these, it is vital for kids to see the dentist once their first teeth appear. Oral professionals can inform the parents about the proper dental care for their kids, as well as how to break the habit.
Heavy Brushing • Aggressive brushing can abrade your teeth. It can cause the gums to recede and strip the teeth of their enamel, which promote cavities and decay. • What you can do is to think of brushing as a massage for your teeth and gums.
Using your Teeth as Tools • Some people are influenced by certain activities they learned from peers including opening a bottle of beer using the mouth. • If you use your teeth as a tool to rip off tags, open bottles, or for any purposes other than chewing food, it can lead to serious fractures which can worsen over time and become infected.
Check this Out! • To conclude, always keep in mind that your teeth deserve better care. So, always be aware of your habits that may cause harm to your oral health. For more information on taking care of your dental health, seek advice from the dentist. • Brought to you by Rundle Dental - Your Smile Our Focus. For more info on dentists in NE Calgary, check it: https://rundledental.com. At Rundle Dental we are dedicated to helping our patients achieve optimal dental health throughout their entire life. We try to make sure your dental experience is as comfortable as possible.