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Bad Breath Solution to Avoid Being Offended

Causes of bad breath:
>Smoking- excessive smoking can lead to bad breath; the tar nicotine found in cigarettes sticks to the smoker's teeth, creating a yellowish color in the teeth and bad odor in the mouth.

>Lack of brushing- these is the usual case of bad breath; brushing every after meal is important to remove the bacteria left in the mouth and teeth.

>Tooth decay- tooth decay occurs when the teeth is not cleaned properly; bacteria are left in the mouth to reproduce freely. If left untreated, it may lead to dental diseases halitosis and gingivitis, and you may need to see a specialist dentist to treat the problem.

>Excessive eating of sweet foods- Sweet foods are the number one enemy of the teeth especially if the sugar stays in the mouth for a long time. It creates a breeding ground for bacteria to grow easily and cause toothache, tooth decay and other oral diseases.


-Quit smoking to avoid bad breath and other dental diseases.
-Brush your teeth daily especially for adults to avoid denture and other dental problems.
-If you are going to eat sweet foods, make sure to drink a lot of water and clean your teeth before going to bed to prevent tooth decay and bad breath.
-If you feel that you already have dental and oral diseases, consult to a specialist dentist for advice and remedies.
-Have a good and healthy dental hygiene to prevent bad breath. There are a lot of tips and steps on the net that can guide you how to have a good dental hygiene.

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Traumatic Ulcers

Traumatic injuries involving the oral cavity may typically lead to the formation of surface ulcerations. The injuries may result from events such as accidentally biting oneself while talking, sleeping or secondary to mastication. Other forms of mechanical trauma, as well as chemical, electrical, or thermal insults, may also be involved. In addition, fractured, carious, malposed, or malformed teeth, as well as the premature eruption of teeth, can contribute to the formation of surface ulcerations.Nocturnal parafunctional habits, such as bruxism and thumb sucking, may be associated with the development of traumatic ulcers of the buccal mucosa, the labial mucosa, the lateral borders of the tongue, and the palate.
Surface ulcerations usually heal within 10-14 days, but occasionally, they may persist for a significantly longer time due to systemic factors. Healing of the ulcerated mucosa is usually delayed when the lesions overlie the bony areas of jaws.

Treatment modalities for ulcerations include the following:
Removal of the irritants or cause
Use of a soft mouth guard
Use of sedative mouth rinses
Consumption of a soft, bland diet
Use of warm sodium chloride rinses
Application of topical anesthetics and medications

TEETH Care Centre Dental Hospital, Ahmedabad

Choose Mouth Guards For Teeth Grinding...

Teeth grinding could disrupt a good night's sleep, not just yours but your sleeping companions as well. There are different methods on how to treat teeth grinding. But the easiest and perhaps the most effective way is to use night mouth guards. Night mouth guards are bite pads that are supposed to be worn at night as you sleep. There are also mouth guards for day use, though. These guards are usually made of high-grade plastic and should fit the teeth or mouth perfectly. This device keeps the upper teeth from grinding with the lower teeth, offering an instant solution to teeth clenching problems. Teeth grinding can occur in both children and adults. And it is very important that this health condition is not ignored. There are different night mouth guards available in the market today. you can buy custom made mouth guard from dentist also.

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TEETH Care Centre Dental Hospital, Ahmedabad