More than 93% of people of all ages suffer from tooth decay.
There is no one adult without caries, it must be prevented in childhood. Unfortunately, regular brushing may not be an essential factor for avoiding caries as the main cause of unpleasant diseases are bacteria that cause tooth decay.
These bacteria infect children, while transfer is with kisses and cutlery. Parents often make fatal mistakes in their children’s health …
Some mothers and fathers really don’t like to brush their teeth of children and do this procedure priority to their child. There are other extreme cases, parents forced their children to rinse their mouth with a water solution of sodium for the complete destruction of bacteria. Since this procedure destroys enamel and caries,but quickly destroys small teeth.
Also remember that sugar is the best friend of caries. Even the drinks that are labeled “sugar free” still contain it, although not in such large quantities.
This mother gave regularly to drink soda his 3-year-old child labeled “sugar free” and as a result, the dentist had to remove 11 teeth of the boy!
The causes of caries in Children
- Streptococcal bacteria are transmitted from parent to child.
Disease and stress during pregnancy, antibiotics.
Failure to comply with oral hygiene.
Frequent and long used sweet.
Here are some practical tips from an experienced dentist to help prevent tooth decay in children and adults. It is our duty to tell you about it, think!
- Regularly wash your teeth not only with a brush, but also with threads.
Never eat sweet, as the last dish. Candy must precede hard vegetables or fruits, then rinse your mouth and chew gum, containing xylitol.
Avoid candy, and don’t drink sweet beverage between meals.
Never eat sweets at night.
Too sweet and too acidic drinks and drinks that consume a straw
Carefully stick to hygiene rules and respect the culture of consumption of the carbohydrates, you can never know what is broken in your mouth! It should not be forgotten by the children’s parents and those whose children have long since grown up.
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