Proper oral hygiene is the be-all and end-all for healthy and beautiful teeth. To keep your teeth healthy, daily dental care, regular visits to the Sky Dental for prophylaxis and a healthy diet are necessary. Proper oral hygiene is the only way to avoid unpleasant and painful consequences such as caries, tartar and periodontitis.
Why is dental health so important?
Good oral hygiene affects the health of the entire body. If harmful bacteria are not removed from the oral flora, they get into the bloodstream and promote diseases.
If the oral flora is not properly cared for, the bacteria collect on your teeth in the form of plaque. Plaque can be removed by brushing your teeth and cleaning the spaces between your teeth. With insufficient oral hygiene, however, the plaque settles and tartar forms. You can then remove it yourself. During a professional tooth cleaning, the tartar on the gum edges and in the spaces between the teeth is removed with suitable instruments. In addition, the teeth are polished, which makes it more difficult for new bacteria to adhere, and fluoridated to protect the teeth from tooth decay.
What can a broken tooth cause?
Single diseased teeth can negatively affect the entire body. If diseases such as caries or periodontitis are not treated immediately, there is a risk that the bacteria will spread throughout the body. In the worst case, this can result in cardiovascular diseases, respiratory diseases or diabetes being promoted.
Professional dental services can prevent and relieve toothache
Toothache can be caused by a variety of reasons. However, good oral hygiene can prevent pain. It is important that you use the right toothbrush and toothpaste and not only clean the tooth surfaces, but also the spaces between the teeth. Also, pay attention to your diet.
If you feel a toothache, always see a dentist. Self-treatment should only serve as a first-aid measure. Pain treatment depends entirely on the cause of the pain.
Sky Dental prevents and treats periodontitis
Periodontitis is often the result of gingivitis caused by a build-up of bacterial plaque. The bacteria attack the gums and the jawbone, so that the tooth no longer has a secure hold and, in the worst case, it falls out. The most common causes of periodontitis are poor oral hygiene or genetic conditions. In order to be able to recognize and treat periodontitis at an early stage, you should arrange regular prophylactic check-up appointments with the dentist.