Why Dental care should be a priority?

An unhygienic mouth is the cause of bad breath, tooth decay, gum disease, and many other mouth disorders. With the gum disease, the risk of heart attack, stroke, and diabetes also increases. A healthy mouth prevents many diseases from entering your body. Your mouth gives the signal about your overall body health.

Saliva in your mouth is helpful in testing many of your body conditions. Symptoms for many diseases are found in your saliva.

What are the conditions going to affect your Mouth?

Some of the common problems affecting your tooth and gums are,

Sensitive Tooth

When drinking hot coffee or a cool drink your teeth might hurt which might be because of sensitive teeth. Sometimes, even sweet or sour food and cold air might also hurt.

Tooth Decay

This might be caused because of the damage to the tooth’s external coating like enamel and dentin. Decay is caused when the bacteria’s in the mouth turn the food into acids, which in turn will dissolve the enamel and cause decay.


A toothache is a pain around a tooth that may be caused by:

  • Tooth decay
  • Abscessed tooth
  • Tooth fracture

Some of the symptoms of toothache are

  • Throbbing tooth pain in the tooth
  • Swelling in the parts around the tooth
  • Foul smell in the mouth

Tooth Discoloring

Causes for tooth discoloration is

  •         Coffee, tea or cool drinks
  •         Chewing tobacco or smoking
  •         Excess usage of antibiotics in young age


This is a sticky layer of bacteria found on unbrushed teeth.

Abscessed Tooth

A puss formed in the base of an infected tooth.


These are formed because of tooth decay affecting both the inner and outer layer of a tooth.

Enamel Erosion

The tooth is covered by a thin layer called Enamel. The Enamel covering is the hardest tissue in the human body. Damage to this happens because of improper maintenance of your teeth.


This is formed below and above the Gum line causing gum disease.

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are present in the back of your mouth as the third set of molars. They usually come in between the ages of 17 and 25 and are spotted on X-rays. They can be trapped in your jawbone or gums, causing pain.

Gum Diseases

This is caused by the growth of bacteria in your mouth, causing tooth loss.

How to Prevent Dental diseases?

By taking some basic and proper care you can keep your teeth healthy all through your life. Some of the basic steps are Brushing, flossing, rinsing, proper food, and a regular visit to your dentist.

Brush your twice a day and floss it once a day. Flossing gets rid of food struck in between teeth. Eating sticky food might damage your teeth permanently. Visit your dentist every six months even without any problem.

Do not neglect any teeth or gum problem or do not self-medicate yourself and complicate the problem. By showing indifference to your dental problem you might create unnecessary health issues.

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Charlie Wilson

I am Charlie Wilson, an enthusiast who loves to travel and explore the world. Not only travelling is what I love in fact, I write travel blogs too, in order to entertain people and show them how important travelling is. I am a passionate writer and by profession

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