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What is worth knowing about oral hygiene

What is an ideal toothbrush like?

It is suggested to use a medium toothbrush with small head and rounded bristles. With a small head toothbrush, it is easier to reach the back teeth, the inside part of the lower fore-tooth and the teeth that stand out of the row or being piled up. Thus, in fact, the most ideal toothbrushes for adults are the ones for children. Hard ones can wear down the epithelial cuffs at the lower teeth, so, if possible, we should use medium toothbrushes.

It is worth changing the toothbrush every three month because its bristles gradually wear down and are not hygienic.

How to choose the right toothpaste?

The ideal toothpaste is like not only the one with which we like to brush teeth but also which cleans the teeth efficiently.
General principles:

  • Foamy toothpastes help the plaque clear out from the interdentium.
  • Granular toothpastes (the ones with gentle granules!) also help the plaque and the filmy pellicle clear out from the interdentium.
  • It is adviced to choose toothpastes that are pleasant to the taste and contain minimal quantity of additives. Children should learn the desire for hygiene and clean teeth in a playful way. Good habits that are developed under the age of 3 guarantee physical well-being and healthy teeth.
  • To prevent illnesses of the periodontium it is suggested to combine granular toothpastes with the ones that contain chloro-hexidin.

How often should we consult the dentist?

It is expedient to check our teeth every half a year or year, because there can be a hole in the teeth and cases that are discovered in time are treated with better chances. Isn’t it better to solve the problem with a small filling than root-treatment or other more serious operations? The dentist can help with the prevention of decaying for the younger ones, and with problems of the periodontium for the older ones. The chances of the develpoments of problems are less likely under regular checking!

We provide information among other things as follows:

  • Advice about oral hygiene and nourishment,
  • Information about detoxicating methods,
  • Practical help for small children, help to develop customs that are good for the health.
  • Special dentist care for pregnant women
  • Individualized advice for teeth-cleaning and other techniques to prevent the decay of teeth.

Why is it expedient to scale teeth?

  • Hardened plaques cause unpleasant smell. Since tarta is calcified plaque, it is almost imperceptible. At first, it is only a tiny white pellicle, into which bacteria and viruses settle in a short while. Pellicle containing sticky carbo-hydrates is an excellent fostering soil for the parasite to multiply.
  • It can lead to serious diseases
  • Dental deposit at first is only a small gingivitis, later on, it leads to gum bags that bleed freely. The organism responds with the withdrawal of the gum, that is, atrophy, that leads to more serious periodontitis problems, that can result in the loss of teeth. Owing to this damage, the absence of chewing will lead to the development of further difficulties such as stomach and other digesting problems.
  • The inflammation caused by the scale, initiates body destructing processes. The constant existence of the scale presses the body to continuous defence, thus the defence of the major part of the immune system is used up at the oral cavity.
  • The permanently extant inflammation and the following destructing processes lead to such a slow devastation in the mouth that the teeth become loose, and fall out.
  • Scale worsen our life expectancy!
  • It’s long-lasting existence can lead to serious diseases. Statistics have shown that mortality probability of myocardial infarction or cerebral embolism is 40% higher if the person had bad periodontitis conditions before the diseases.
  • There are certain views in academic circles that gingivitis can play a part in myocardium-, cardiac valve- and endocardium inflammation, and also in premature birth.
  • It was measured that having a 5 mm deep bag on his tooth means that he has an open wound of about 70-80 square centimeters, which corresponds to an open wound of 7-8 cm. This is quite large, moreover, the tooth is in a medium that contains bacteria, thus the surface of the mouth cannot heal. That is why it is essential to terminate gingivitis that is caused by tartar, because it effects the general illnesses of the whole organism.

It is not impossible to lose a completely healthy tooth!

It can happen to anybody in our rushing world. The undergoing processes are mostly imperceptible. We always rush, and devote less time to cleaning our teeth, perhaps the toothbrush is not good enough, already worn away, or we might never buy a suitable, effective toothbrush because we have no knowledge about what is an ideal one for us – these factors seem to be unimportant, but can lead to very serious consequences.

We should brush teeth after each meal if possible!
If we remove the plaque immidiately after meals, we will not have dental deposit. Good oral hygiene is the guarantee for preserving the teeth and periodontitis.

What is the dental floss good for?

The dental floss is a waxed covered thin strip that helps to clear out accumulated plaque from interdental positions.
It is used after the interdental is cleared. It is suggested to be used 2-3 times a week, especially in cases where the teeth are too close to each other and the toothbrush cannot reach to the gaps between the them.

What is an oral irrigator?

The oral irrigator helps the removal of plaques stuck in between the teeth. It is possible to remove bacterial pellicles and also delays the development of scales and periodontitis diseases. It is forbidden to use it with gums with boxes.

How to brush teeth properly?

  • It would be ideal to brush teeth after every meal, however, it is difficult to do. The point is that there should be at least one professional cleaning per day to remove scale from the teeth.
  • The time for tooth brushing should be between 3-5 minutes, if possible.
  • Evening teeth-cleaning is especially important. Acidifying bacteria that are in a warm and wet environment can undisturbingly work in the mouth during the night. This disadvantageous process will lead to a hole in the tooth in time.
  • We are adviced to prefer the circular technique!
  • It is better to avoid horizontal polishing on the side of the teeth because it can result in ephitelial degradation!
  • - By moving the toothbrush elliptically on the external aspect of the lower and higher teeth lead it from beinning to end – then on the internal aspect. It is highly important to brush the internal aspect of the lower teeth – towards the tongue – because these are the places where dental deposit developes first. - The molars can be cleaned horizontally on the chewing surface, but the sides only with circular technique. - The internal aspect of the teeth should also be cleaned! Plaque is often left on the internal surface of the molars 6, 7, 8.
  • All sides of the teeth should be cleaned!
  • It is easier to reach the teeth that are in an irregular position with a toothbrush that has small head.
  • It is advicable to clean the gum as well. Thus the bacteria that causes tooth decay is easier to remove, the blood supply of the gum will improve, and better oxygen supply helps the maintenance of healthy gum conditions.
  • It is useful to rinse the mouth repeatedly with water in order to clear away the toothpaste and the pellicle.
  • If the surface of the tongue is very coated it is possible to be cleared with a medium toothbrush with a small head. This is the way to reduce the quantity of bacteria that causes bad breath to ensure pleasant breath.