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What happen if we drink anything without brushing teeth ?


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    What happen if we drink anything without brushing teeth ?

    Hi, I know a unnecessary question but i want to know that if it could be cause for our health to drink or eat something without doing brush in early morning ? Plz giv your comments on this I really want to know dis !!!!!

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    Rajeev Maheshwari
    Rajeev Maheshwari is offline Just in!
    What happen if we drink anything without brushing teeth ?

    Dentists say that the most important part of tooth care happens at home. Brushing and flossing properly, along with regular dental checkups, can help prevent tooth decay and gum disease.
    If you're like most people, you don't exactly look forward to facing a dentist's drill. So wouldn't it be better to prevent cavities before they begin?
    To prevent cavities, you need to remove plaque, the transparent layer of bacteria that coats the teeth. The best way to do this is by brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing at least once a day. Brushing also stimulates the gums, which helps to keep them healthy and prevent gum disease. Brushing and flossing are the most important things that you can do to keep your teeth and gums healthy.

    Toothpastes contain abrasives, detergents, and foaming agents. Fluoride, the most common active ingredient in toothpaste, is what prevents cavities. So you should always be sure your toothpaste contains fluoride.
    Eating sugar, as you probably already know, is a major cause of tooth decay. But it's not just how much sugar you eat when and how you eat it can be just as important to keeping teeth healthy.

    When you eat sugary foods or drink sodas frequently throughout the day, the enamel that protects your teeth is constantly exposed to acids. Hard candies, cough drops, and breath mints that contain sugar are especially harmful because they dissolve slowly in your mouth. Many experts suggest that you take a 3-hour break between eating foods containing sugar.

    Sugary or starchy foods eaten with a meal are less harmful to your teeth than when they're eaten alone, possibly because the production of saliva, which washes away the sugar and bacteria, is increased. Eating sugary foods before you go to bed can be the most damaging (especially if you don't brush your teeth afterward) because you don't produce as much saliva when you sleep.
    For most people, it's hard to cut out sweets completely, so try to follow these more realistic guidelines:
    Eat carbohydrates (sugars and starches) with a meal.
    If you can't brush your teeth after eating, rinse your mouth with water or mouthwash, or chew sugarless gum.
    Don't eat sugary foods between meals.
    If you snack, eat nonsugary foods, such as cheese, popcorn, raw veggies, or yogurt.

    Going to the Dentist

    The main reason for going to the dentist regularly every 6 months is prevention. The goal is to prevent tooth decay, gum disease, and other disorders that put the health of your teeth and mouth at risk.

    Your first consultation with a dentist will probably consist of three main parts: a dental and medical history (where the dentist or dental hygienist asks you questions about your tooth care and reviews any dental records), a dental examination, and a professional cleaning.

    The dentist will examine your teeth, gums, and other mouth tissues. He or she may also examine the joints of your jaws. The dentist will use a mirror and probe (a metal pick-like instrument) to check the crown (visible part) of each tooth for plaque and evidence of looseness or decay. The dentist also will check your bite and the way your teeth fit together (called occlusion).

    Your dentist will examine the general condition of your gums, which should be firm and pink, not soft, swollen, or inflamed. He or she (or an assistant) will use the probe to check the depth of the sulcus, the slight depression where each tooth meets the gum. Deep depressions, called pockets, are evidence of gum disease.

    After examining the visible parts of your teeth and mouth, your dentist will take X-rays that might reveal tooth decay, abscesses (collections of pus surrounded by swollen tissue), or impacted wisdom teeth.

    Professional cleaning is usually performed by a dental hygienist, a specially trained and licensed dental professional. Cleaning consists mainly of removing hard deposits using a scaler (a scraping instrument) or an ultrasonic machine, which uses high-frequency sound waves to loosen plaque deposits. The particles are then rinsed off with water.

    So if you drinking anything without Brush can cause anything and depend what you have eaten last and how much germs/bacteria deposited in your teeth and gums.

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    ambest is offline Just in!

    Good post

    Very Informative post....I agreed that Brushing and flossing are the most important things that you can do to keep your teeth and gums healthy....thanks for sharing.

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    janesi is offline Just in!
    I think that you should brush your teeth 2times per day at least. If you don't brush your teeth in the morning, the smell is terrible and gums/ bacteria on your teeth still remain. You eat food, they are born at high speed. Of course, there are many different gums or mouthwash but i actually don't believe that it can kill all the bacteria

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