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Hello everyone, i share you how to have oral health :anjali:

https://www.healthline.com/health/denta ... wo-minutes

Brushing teeth before going to bed, dont drink soda, limit sugar, use fluoride paste, wash your mouth (you can use the same fluoride toothpaste you used when brushing with some water to wash it), Use dental floss, eat fruits and vegetables.
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another Article :anjali:

Follow these tips to keep your teeth and gums healthy:

1-. Brush your teeth twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste.

2-.Clean between teeth regularly, aiming for once a day. Use dental floss or a special brush or wooden or plastic pick recommended by a dental professional. Or try a floss holder, floss threader, or water flosser.

3-.Visit the dentist for routine check-ups and professional cleaning.

If you are at a high risk for tooth decay (for example, if you have a dry mouth because of medicines you take), your dentist or dental hygienist may give you a fluoride treatment, such as a varnish or foam during the office visit. Or, the dentist may recommend a fluoride gel or mouth rinse for home use.

If you are at higher risk for gum disease because of a medical condition (for example, diabetes), your dentist may want to see you more frequently.

4-.Drink fluoridated water. Drinking water with the right amount of fluoride protects your teeth throughout the day. Learn the fluoride content of your community’s water here or check with your water utility company.

5-.Don’t smoke. Smoking increases your chance of gum disease. If you smoke and want to quit, there are many resources to help you: FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products, CDC’s Quit Smoking website, and the BeTobaccoFree.gov website.

6-. If you are planning to become pregnant, have a dental checkup. Because of hormonal changes, pregnant women may develop gingivitis and experience gums that are swollen and bleed easily. During pregnancy, it is especially important to practice good oral hygiene to maintain the health of your gums.

7-.Eat a well-balanced diet. Limit sweets and sugary drinks, such as soda.

https://www.nidcr.nih.gov/health-info/oral-hygiene
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What are the advantages of good oral hygiene?
While your dentist may be able to repair teeth damaged by decay or gum disease, it’s always preferable to stop problems before they start. This is where good oral hygiene comes in. Practicing good oral hygiene offers a wide range of benefits, including:

Healthier teeth and gums.
A beautiful smile.
Fresher breath.
A reduced need for dental work such as fillings, crowns, bridges, implants or dentures.
A lowered risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes and other health concerns.
A reduced risk of oral cancer.
Additionally, preventative dental care is more affordable than restorative or emergency dental care. So, good oral hygiene can save you time, worry and money in the long run.

https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/t ... al-hygiene

What are the signs of poor oral hygiene?
There are several warning signs that could indicate oral health problems. The most common signs of poor oral hygiene include:

Bleeding gums.
Tooth decay.
Chronic bad breath.
Loose teeth.
Gum recession.
Mouth sores that don’t go away.
Toothache.
Swelling of the jaw.
Gingivostomatitis, an infection of the mouth caused by certain bacteria or viruses.
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How to whiten your teeth
https://www.pleasantfamilydentistry.com ... your-teeth


Another site of how to whiten your teeth
https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/wh ... -naturally

https://www.shortpumpdental.com/our-blo ... iten-teeth


1-. Try oil pulling: like brushing with coconut oil, sunflower oil

2-. Dont smoke, drink coffee, or soda.
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