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The Role Of The Oral Hygiene

Good oral health safeguards the general well-being of your family. Healthy teeth not only helps you chew and bite your food properly but also enhances your looks, make your speech perfect and also helps you feel confident when moving with people.

 
First impression counts and this is why having a winning smile is so important. Maintaining good oral hygiene prevents tooth decay and gum disease. It helps keep teeth clean complimented with healthy pink gums. If you have healthy teeth, you feel no pain or bleed when brushing or flossing. Bad breath will no longer be a problem. A healthy mouth means a healthier body and happier lifestyle.
 
Today tooth decay has become common in children. It is quite painful and gum infection can also cause setbacks with regard to diet, physical growth, school participation and speech.
 
As parents you must understand that oral healthcare starts before your baby's teeth eruption. Parents should help in brushing and flossing with dental instruments till a child reaches seven years. A beautiful smile indicates good oral hygiene, so if you do not like what you see, it is vital to check with your dentist.
 
Permanent teeth appear around when your child is around six to seven years. This is when orthodontic problems start to show while the bones are growing. It is an ideal time to evaluate a child and decide if any orthodontic treatment is required immediately or later. Oral hygiene also checks sleeping problems, behavioral and growth issues.
 
Gently slide the strand between the teeth and slowly move back and forth using a rubbing motion. Once the floss reaches the gums, curve around the individual tooth and gently press between the tooth and gum line. Utilize slow up and down movements to release the strand from the teeth. When flossing, remember to do so between all teeth, including behind the back teeth - which is often commonly forgotten.
 
Be aware, slight gum bleeding may occur. This is normal, often occurring from bearing down a little hard and may have lightly cut the gum line. No issues should remain upon rinsing. Beware, bleeding after every floss could be a early signal for gum disease; visit your oral hygienist or dentist for further assistance. If the gum disease is early, proper flossing along with ultrasonic scaler often clears any problems.
 
Flossing daily generally is acceptable for healthy gums and teeth. For best results, try flossing after each meal, because tartar build up begins in under 24 hours. Talk with your oral hygienist or dentist for proper toothbrush and dental floss use and demonstrations.