Q. What is that I can do to preserve my teeth from falling, until I live?

What is that I can do to preserve my teeth from falling, until I live?

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Jun, 2018

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  • ellenberry

    Honestly, I never took too much care of my teeth because I never had any issue with them. My mother brushes them twice a day, sometimes even after food, yet she used to have so many problems. About a month ago, I had a dream about my teeth falling out. It scared me like nothing before! Since then, I am trying to brush my teeth at least before sleep. I read that teeth falling out dream good luck but still, I hate these dreams. I always believed since my childhood that these dreams mean bad luck.

    Like I said, my mother had problems with teeth, even though she took too much care of them. The thing is she is diabetic, so I believe that illness and your vitality plays an important role in dental health. You can take as much care as you want but if you are sick, problems with teeth are inevitable.


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  • pearljam

    Utmost care of teeth.

    1. Brush you teeth twice a day.
    2. Never drink carbonated drinks.
    3. Never administer extreme hot and cold beverages .
    4. Visit to dentist once in 6 months.
    5. Tooth paste should be changed regularly.
    6. Dont eat much sugar i.e. chocolates, camdies, sweets,etc.
    7. Never eat just before sleep.

    I think, these basic precautions you should care for your better dental care.


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"Life is short, smile while you still have teeth." It is advised to brush your teeth every day to keep the dentist away. No matter what we say, we are lucky to have our dentists who are responsible for preserving our white sparkling smiles. Dentistry is the science of disease and conditions of the teeth and gums. Visiting a dentist on timely intervals is vital to maintain oral health and personal hygiene. Dentistry is not just about treatment of dental disease but it also provides us certain daily practices that can help converse our oral health as, a healthy mouth is mandatory for a heath body.

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