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موقع لعرض الصور والديكورات و الخلفيات والالوان الجذابه ولعض الاخبار الجديده والمقالات المميزه

الأربعاء، 31 يوليو 2019

The relationship between oral and dental health and body health



The relationship between oral and dental health and body health





On the other hand, the deterioration of oral health will expose the human body to many diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, complications of diabetes, diabetes, lung diseases, kidney disease, and the risk of premature birth.


The development of diseases of the teeth and gums can have a reflection not only on the safety of the body organs, through the possibility of passage of bacteria to the circulatory system, especially when dental diseases and gums or in the absence of cleanliness of the mouth and teeth, but also to:

Sound pronunciation.Digestion Process.Aesthetic face.Gaining self-confidence.Ability to build relationships.

Problems with mouth and teeth


First: tooth decay


Is an acquired disease that may appear at the onset of the teeth and cause progressive destruction of the solid tissues of the tooth leading to the necrosis of the surface of the tooth, reaching the ivory in the pulp containing the nerves, and then leaks through the roots where the pulp rotates and becomes a focal point, which may lead At the end to swelling in the area surrounding the injured tooth.


As it is known, the mouth contains harmful bacteria, but if found with food residues, especially sugars, these bacteria become harmful as they contribute to the formation of bacterial plaque, and in the absence of cleaning the mouth and teeth, the latter over time to transfer the remnants of food to acids Enzymes cause decreased age mineralization and erosion of the hard layers of the tooth, which appear as dark dark spots




Second: Gingivitis

Among the most common causes of gingivitis, the microbial plaque, which is not seen by the naked eye in the early stages of its formation, consists of germs and food residues, which are firmly attached to the parenchyma and the gums.


If the bacterial plaque is not removed regularly by the toothbrush, its thickness becomes gradually thickened behind the lower front teeth and next to the upper molars, producing a calcareous layer.


In the absence of treatment by the dentist, the inflammation extends to the tissues, and when they reach the bone surrounding the tooth, the latter becomes corrosive, showing pockets between him and the age. As the pockets become deeper, the teeth become dilapidated and non-permanent, and the bones surrounding the teeth continue to damage the bones of the jaws, leading to a change in the way the teeth of the jaws are closed.


Signs of gingivitis:


Change the color of the gums from light pink to dark red.Bleeding of the gums when eating or while cleaning teeth.Emitting foul odor from the mouth.Feeling strange and unpleasant in the mouth.Swollen gingival edge.



Third: yellowing teeth


There are many reasons for yellowing teeth or changing their color from natural whiteness, among which are the following:


Do not keep your teeth clean;


  • Smoking cigarettes and chewing tobacco products.

  • Some types of food and beverages that contribute to change the color of teeth such as coffee, tea, soft drinks, etc ...

  • Calcium is collected around the tooth.

  • The use of certain antibiotics tetracycline (tetracycline), which is known to affect the color of teeth.

  • Use of some types of mouthwash (bain de bouche) containing Cetylpyridinium and Chlorhexidine.



Fourth: bad breath



Halitosis can be produced through:


  • The failure to use the brush daily after each meal leads to the accumulation of food particles between the teeth and the tongue, which provides a suitable environment for the growth and reproduction of bacteria that produce bad smell.

  • Diseases that the mouth is exposed to such as tooth decay, gum infections, dry mouth (a condition caused by lack of secretion of saliva inside the mouth).

  • Practice some unhealthy habits such as smoking or eating certain foods such as garlic and onions.

  • Respiratory diseases such as tonsillitis, pneumonia, and trachea.


Nutrition and oral hygiene

There is a close relationship between the quality of food and oral and dental health, for example:

Fresh vegetables and fruits: help to clean teeth, they also contain natural sugars.

Calcium and vitamin D: Works to build and strengthen bones and teeth.

Vitamin B: Helps to grow and restore gum tissue.

Vitamin A: helps to form the outer crust of the tooth (enamel).

Protein: helps to form teeth;

Iron: protects the gums from bleeding.


In contrast, unbalanced food by eating too many high-acid foods, sugars, sweets, and soft drinks leads to tooth decay and gum disease. Some bacteria in the mouth grow and multiply in an environment that contains foods and drinks rich in sugars and carbohydrates. In the case of non-cleaning teeth, these bacteria convert sugar into acids that dissolve the outer shell of the tooth (enamel), resulting in small cracks, allowing them to enter the inner layer (ivory) causing decay and severe pain.



Basic rules for oral and dental hygiene

There is a close relationship between the quality of food and oral and dental health, for example:

A healthy and balanced diet.

1-Drink plenty of water because it contributes greatly to moisturizing and increases the amount of saliva in the mouth.

2-Avoid as much as possible foods that stick to the teeth.

3-Avoid eating too much between main meals because it helps to form a calcareous layer and lead to tooth decay.

4-Avoid excessive drinking soft drinks and stimulants such as coffee and tea.

5-Eat high-fiber foods (apples and carrots) to strengthen gingival tissue.

6-Brushing and toothpaste immediately after eating, especially before bedtime, while keeping an extra toothbrush at your workplace to clean your teeth after each meal.

7-The use of toothpaste is rich in fluoride, which strengthens and protects the external cortex of the teeth.

8-Use a soft toothbrush to avoid bleeding of the gums.

9-Replace your toothbrush with a new one every 3 months.

10-Use the dental floss once every day, as it will help you to reach bacteria positioned in places where the toothbrush can not reach.

11-Clean the tongue constantly as it is considered the largest store of bacteria in the mouth.

12-Regular visits to the dentist once every 6 months or at least once a year for observation and treatment.

13-stop smoking.







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