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We All Need The Healthy Teeth

We rely on strong, healthy teeth to help us eat our food to gain nutrients, as well as convey emotions such as happiness and friendliness. It is incredible how the health of our teeth affects our overall health-dentists estimate that flossing can increase our lifespans by one to six years. As you can see, taking care of your teeth is incredibly important to maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

 
First, it's important to understand the structure of the teeth. A tooth is divided into two main parts, the crown and the root. The crown is the part visible above the gum, while the root stretches down through the gums and into the jawbone. Besides this basic structure, the interior of the tooth is composed of several different layers.
 
There are several things that contribute to the health of our teeth. Our mouths are full of bacteria, both good and bad. Throughout the day, our teeth build up a layer of plaque, which acts as tape for the bacteria. Once bad bacteria is stuck all over the surface of our teeth, it breaks down the sugars that we consume. These sugars turn into acids that eat holes in our enamel, called cavities. When the plaque acts on the gums, it can cause the painful disease of gingivitis.
 
A decayed/ broken/aching tooth will interfere with the child's ability to chew food and consequently lead to inadequate nutrition in the formative years of life.
 
A healthy disease free mouth, ensures proper development of speech, nutrition, and adds the glitter of a beautiful smile to assist in social interaction.
 
Moreover, the milk teeth have to be cared for, to enable the development of healthy, properly arranged permanent teeth set.
 
As far as the removal or extraction of decayed/aching milk tooth is concerned, your dentist decides depending on the age of the child and the feasibility of successful treatment with dental air compressor. Even if the tooth is removed, before its due time for falling off, the dentist would suggest how to maintain the space for allowing proper eruption of permanent teeth and development of functions. Do visit the dentist as soon as the first tooth erupts and inculcate the habit of dental visits once every 6 months right from childhood. It would go a long way in nipping dental problems in the bud, ensuring healthy smiles throughout life and moreover, reduce the financial burden and loss of time and work due to complicated treatment procedures in future.