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Emergency dentistry prevention ‘could also halt halitosis’

Thu

Simple emergency dentistry prevention could be enough to halt halitosis.Carrying out a proper emergency dentistry prevention regime could also stop halitosis in its tracks.

This is the medical name for bad breath and Health Day said in an article for Business Week that it can be caused by a number of things, including medical problems and not eating regularly enough.

However, it is also caused by rotting food particles that get trapped between the teeth, so taking action to avoid emergency dentistry could also remove this hazard.

Health Day recommended brushing and flossing every day, but advised seeking the advice of a medical professional if it is thought the issue could be a symptom of something more serious.

The British Dental Health Foundation sates it is important to brush the teeth and gums for two minutes twice a day using fluoride toothpaste.

It is also wise to brush the tongue to prevent bad breath, as it can harbour bacteria.
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Fizzy vitamins ‘could harm dental health’

Mon

Fizzy vitamins could be harmful to teeth.

A study carried out at the University of Helsinki has shown drinking fizzy vitamin supplements every day could be harmful to a person’s teeth. effect of fizzy drinks on teeth

The research showed that when teeth were soaked in these drinks for 100 hours, demineralisation occurred in all cases – even in the supplements that contained addition calcium.

“When you drink fizzy vitamins, you wouldn’t expose your teeth for anything near this length of time,” said Dr Mervyn Druian, spokesperson for the British Dental Association.

“However, if you drink one of these dissolved tablets each day, it is likely that they would weaken your teeth.”

Elsewhere, Business Week recently reported in its Executive Health section that many people suffer from a dry mouth but do not realise the harmful effects it can have on oral health.

The publication noted symptoms of the disorder can include a sore throat, a burning sensation, hoarse voice, nasal dryness and difficulty speaking and swallowing and the condition can lead to a build up of plaque, as saliva is needed to help rid the mouth of debris left behind while eating.

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