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Tooth decay occurs because of building up of plaque acids on your teeth. After every meal or snack, bacteria in the mouth start working and they accelerate their process in carbohydrates and sugary medium. The bacteria feed on them and form acids. For reducing plaque, limit sugary food and drinks or at least swish with water and brush your teeth after having sweets. Plaque acids build up quickly, within 20 minutes after eating, and can be destructive to your dental health. Try to reduce sweets and include more protein rich food in your diet. Have vegetables at lunch and dinner, and fruits at breakfast or for a snack. This is not only good for dental health but for overall health and proper functioning of body. A diet that is rich in vitamins, minerals, fresh fruits, and vegetables can help prevent gum diseases.

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Brushing and flossing are important to prevent dental problems and gum diseases. Brush twice a day and floss once a day; use soft-bristle toothbrush, though you can use power brush for extra brushing strength. Your teeth and gums will be infection free and you can have a big and broad smile confidently in public. Clean, white and properly arranged teeth, infection-free gums and pleasant breath leave an emphatic impression and the best style statement that you carry naturally. A beautiful and healthy smile transforms your visual appearance, enhances your personality, refreshes your attitude and mind-set, and leaves a first charming impression on people.

Sources of protein such as meat, fish, eggs, beans, or other non-dairy sources of protein, and some milk and dairy foods (lower fat) are good for dental health. Discourage the habit of frequent nibbling and sipping of acidic foods and drinks, which contain carbohydrates, throughout the day. The decay-causing bacteria produce more acid and weaken the enamel of your teeth. Three meals and two snacks per day are sufficient and chewing and swallowing the food is essential for obtaining the nutrients we need for good health.

Hard-cheese increases the production of saliva and sugar-free gum stimulates saliva to prevent your mouth from drying out. Saliva protects both hard and soft oral tissues. Use fluorides toothpaste and don’t forget to scrape your tongue every morning to remove tongue plaque and freshen your breath. Salt and milk are good fluoride supplements. Quitting smoking helps reduce staining, bad breath, gum disease, tooth decay, and mouth cancer. You can use vinegar to remove yellow stains, whiten your teeth, and kill bacteria. Oral hygiene is an excellent care for preventing tooth decay, gum disease, and bad breath.

An oral health is the key to a beautiful smile. Oral health refers to healthy functioning of mouth, especially the teeth and gums. The orthodontists in Pune do regular dental check-ups and detect the potential problems that can lead to incidences of dental caries, tooth loss, infection of gums, and bad breath. Regular check-up is vital, and besides giving regular advice on oral care, the orthodontists in Pune implant affordable modern cosmetic surgery, perform dental care, dental surgeries, and dental treatments. Have a nice smile and pleasant breath as your categorical signature for first impression and long-lasting last impression.

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Dr. Nitin Oswal

Dr Nitin Oswal completed his B.D.S from Bharati Vidyapeeth Dental College & Hospital, Pune in 2003 & M.D.S in the field of Oral & Maxillofacial surgery from Dr Dy Patil Dental College & Hospital, Pune ( Pune University) in 2008. He has a practice restricted to Oral & Maxillofacial surgery and is a consultant at Sahyadri hospital , Inamdar hospital & Ranka hospital.

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Dr Nitin Oswal completed his B.D.S from Bharati Vidyapeeth Dental College & Hospital, Pune in 2003 & M.D.S in the field of Oral & Maxillofacial surgery from Dr Dy Patil Dental College & Hospital, Pune ( Pune University) in 2008. He has a practice restricted to Oral & Maxillofacial surgery and is a consultant at Sahyadri hospital , Inamdar hospital & Ranka hospital.
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