We have already talked about the importance of proper oral care routine, but nevertheless are not exempt from developing stones, tooth decay, bad breath and gum problems.
Not all agencies are equal and some are more likely to develop certain oral problems by genetic factors. That is, the quality of the teeth and gums can vary from one organism to another. That is why some people develop cavities more easily despite having excellent oral care habits.
It is also very important to visit the dentist every six months to diagnose and correct problems that may jeopardize our oral health and establish an appropriate prevention plan that includes the recommendation of the brush, cream, dental floss and mouthwash suitable for our specific case.
Dentists with special attention to certain areas of the mouth to make an accurate assessment of our oral health.
These are the most common concerns:
- Plate (transparent layer of bacteria that forms on the surface of teeth, including and in the gums).
- Gum problems
- Caries (cavities result of the destruction of tooth tissue by the acid attack of the bacteria in plaque).
- Accumulation of tartar (hardening of plaque on the tooth surface).
- Spots (formed on the surface of dental enamel color molecules present in wine, coffee, snuff and certain foods).
- Sensitivity in the teeth (pain or discomfort when you eat or drink sweet, hot or cold foods).
- Bad breath (caused by bacteria in the mouth and tongue).