Tips For Teeth Care





The everyday tips on teeth care are very helpful in keeping your teeth and mouth in good condition. Read and follow the dental home dental care tips to keep your teeth, gums and mouth healthy for your whole life.

Read below the home remedies for toothache and tips to ease the pain. Some of these may cure even severe pain.

  1. Brush your teeth twice daily i.e. in the morning and before go to bed with fluoride toothpaste and clean between your teeth daily with floss or an interdental cleaner. This takes just a few minutes a day. Use a correct toothbrush, and brush and floss correctly.
    Follow the correct tooth brushing technique. Brush immediately after eating or drinking staining food. Use a soft or medium head toothbrush and change it every two or three months.
  2. Brush with a good fluoride toothpaste (homemade toothpaste ingredients) which will help to prevent plaque buildup and keep your teeth white and healthy. Brush with table salt or baking soda once a week. It will help to remove stains and white your teeth quickly.
  3. Floss your teeth (How to floss) at least once a day removes plaque and food particles in between teeth.
  4. Rinse your mouth with a good antiseptic mouthwash (homemade mouthwash recipes) at least twice a day.


  5. Clean your tongue in the morning with a tongue scraper to remove tongue plaque. Tongue cleaning will help prevent bad breath (Bad Breath remedy).
  6. See your dentist regularly for a dental examination and professional cleaning - a key to helping prevent tooth decay and gum disease.
  7. If you experience the following, then you have chances of a periodontal disease (Gum Disease Treatment):
    Gums bleeding during brushing (Bleeding Gums Causes)
    Red and/or swollen gums
    Gums that have pulled away from the teeth, Pus between the teeth and gums
    Bad breath
    Loose teeth
    Periodontal disease of gums is common in adults and in older people. The dentist can remove plaque from teeth, reducing the number of bacteria - a key to helping prevent tooth decay and gum disease (how to remove plaque).
  8. Ask your dentist about cosmetic options for improving the appearance of teeth that are stained or chipped.
  9. Don't use tobacco products; they can increase your risk of gum disease and cancer of the mouth and throat.
  10. Don't chew on hard objects that could crack a tooth.
  11. Don't ignore gums that bleed when you brush or floss or changes in the way your teeth fit together when you bite.
  12. Wear a mouth guard when playing active sports.
  13. Don't use tobacco products; they can increase your risk of gum disease and cancer of the mouth and throat.
  14. Don't chew on hard objects that could crack a tooth.
  15. Wear a mouth guard when playing active sports.
  16. Eat a balanced diet for good overall health, selecting a variety of foods from the five main food groups (bread, cereals, and other grain products; fruits; vegetables; meat, poultry, fish and alternatives; milk, cheese, and yogurt), and limit snacks.
  17. Eating sweetened cereals dry is bad for teeth, always add milk.
  18. Drinking frequent cups of tea or coffee with sugar added will increase the risk of teeth decay.
  19. When less saliva is available on very hot days, one should not consume foods containing sugars that stick in the teeth.
  20. Chewable vitamin C tablets with or without sugar are acidic and are a hazard for not only children's teeth but also to adult's teeth. Do not use lemon juice for whitening because vitamin C will cause the teeth to lose calcium damaging teeth quicker than anything else.

    For Babies Teeth

    • Don't give babies a bottle containing milk, juice or a formula in bed, this is a not good for their teeth. The sugars from milk or juice around the mouth for long periods can lead to decay in a baby's little teeth.
    • Prolonged breast feeding with small feeds every few minutes can also lead to tooth decay.
    • When babies get teeth, it is important to give them foods to chew. Young children need help to clean their teeth properly.
  21. Eat a healthy nutritional diet. Include loads of Vitamin B foods to make teeth strong and healthy (Good Foods For Teeth). Also eat crisp foods like apples, carrots, celery, popcorn, etc. to clean teeth as they are eaten and munched. Chew these foods at the end of your meal. Avoid foods with sugar.
    Eat a balanced diet for good overall health, selecting a variety of foods from the five main food groups (bread, cereals, and other grain products; fruits; vegetables; meat, poultry, fish and alternatives; milk, cheese, and yogurt), and limit snacks.



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Jesus, IP: 94.23.1.28  11:18pm on Thursday, September 27th, 2012

It's really great that people are sharing the tips.


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