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Ready To Start Living Healthy - Start With Your Oral health

Oral health is more important to our overall health than we may realize. At the end of the day, if your mouth is not healthy, then you’re also not healthy. A majority of us tend to overlook certain aspects of our oral health such as tender or bleeding gums. However, such symptoms are tell-tale signs that something is wrong with your mouth and should be taken seriously. Studies show that gum disease is interrelated to other health complications such as stroke, heart disease, and diabetes. So, if you’re ready to start living healthy- start with your oral health. Here some few tips on how to maintain your oral health.

  1. Keep your Mouth Clean

Brushing your teeth and flossing at least once in a day are very integral parts of a daily regimen for proper dental health. While brushing, choose a toothbrush with some soft bristles so as not to irritate your gums and erode your enamel. Also, use a fluoride toothpaste since it will help you fight dental cavities. It is also essential to rinse your mouth with an antibacterial mouthwash after brushing.

  1. Regularly check for Signs and Symptoms of Gum Disease

It is important that you know some of the signs and symptoms of gums disease so that you can always be on the watch out. Some of these signs include bleeding, red, puffy and shiny gums. Also, bad breath that won’t go away is a sign of gum disease. Therefore, if you ever experience any of these symptoms, make sure you see your dentist as soon as possible.

  1. Eat the Right Foods for Oral Health

It is common knowledge that good food helps in strengthening the bones. However, most people are not aware that good food is also beneficial to their teeth. Eat a well-balanced diet and reduce the intake of foods and beverages that contain refined carbohydrates and sugars. Also, while snacking, make sure you take healthy snacks such as non-acidic fruits, cheese, and vegetables. If you consume a lot of fruits or fruit beverages, rinse your mouth and brush right after that.

  1. Stay Away from Tobacco products

Chewing tobacco and smoking cigarettes is very detrimental to your oral health. Apart from discolouring your teeth, tobacco can cause oral cancer, gum disease, and periodontal disease. Signs of oral cancer include open sores or bleeding gums that seems not to go away. It also includes numbness, red or white patches and thickening at the bottom of the tongue. If you experience any of these warning signs, make sure that you visit your dentist immediately.

Bottom Line: Visit us at Carrum Dental Clinic for Regular Dental Check-up

Visiting the dentist regularly is an integral part of maintaining a healthy mouth. Statistics have it that at least 48% of people in Australia that have not visited the dentist for a regular check-up are suffering from at least one dental health complication. Regular visits to your dentist are the only way a dental complication can be detected early enough and dealt with. Our doors at Carrum Downs Dental Clinic are always open for you. Remember, a healthy mouth is a vital part of healthy living!

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