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Are you worried your friends and colleagues may be getting bowled over by your breath?
Bad breath affects over half of us.
It can be caused by a bunch of factors, including plaque, inflammation of the gums and decay in the mouth, smoking or even medication.
It’s also often caused by something we’ve eaten.
We all know that garlic makes it worse.
Good oral hygiene, of course, is still the best way to keep your breath sweet.
But some kinds of food and drink can actually fight bad breath. Go ahead and grab one of these choices to freshen your breath between meals.
1. Say cheese
A piece of cheese after you’ve eaten can neutralize some of those dietary acids, which may be stuck on your teeth and giving you that bad breath odour. A serving of unsweetened yogurt can also help. A small study found that volunteers with halitosis who ate yogurt twice a day had reduced levels of hydrogen sulfide, a compound that can cause bad breath.
2. Munch on stuff with crunch
Since it’s the soft and sticky foods that are most likely to be trapped on your teeth, causing bacteria buildup and bad odours, reach for a snack that’s neither. Apples, carrots and celery all scrub your teeth as you eat, helping to strip away those leftover bits of raisin.
3. Sugarless candies and gum
Any snack that increases saliva flow in your mouth, like sugar-free candy or gum, will help reduce odour in your mouth. Wondering what flavour to opt for? mint may temporarily mask a bad smell. Cinnamon, on the other hand, may actually help to stop it at the source. The plant essential oil that’s often used for flavouring cinnamon gums and candies, known as cinnamic aldehyde, can reduce odour-causing bacteria.
4. Wet your whistle with water
A dry mouth can make your breath pretty unbearable. In some ways, water acts like artificial saliva, since it can wash away those leftover bits of garlic bread. Keep a water bottle in your workspace’your colleagues will likely thank you for it.
Fruits and vegetables which require continuous biting like apples, carrots and corn should be avoided as it can become quite difficult while the braces are on.
1. Bite firmly on the gauze pads covering each extraction site for atleast 30 min to help stop the bleeding.
2. Do not rinse vigorously, suck on straws, smoke, drink alcohol or brush teeth next to the extraction site for 48 hours.
3. Do not forget to take the medicines as prescribed by the doctor.
4. If possible chew on the opposite side of your extraction site. Drink lots of liquids and eat soft, nutritious foods. Strictly avoid hard, hot food & drinks for first 24 hours.
5. Avoid excessive mouth opening, yawning, spitting etc
6. If bleeding continues, call your dentist.
If the teeth have lost more than 40% of the supporting alveolar bone around them, a diagnosis of “severe” periodontal disease is made.
However, if the tooth roots are abnormally short or thin, or if the bone around them is not particularly dense, the teeth may be loose when less than 40% of the volume has been lost.
Your dentist can tell you if your teeth are loose enough to require periodontal stabilization splints.
Another factor that comes into play is the status of the periodontal disease.
If you have active disease, and the bone around the teeth is softened from inflammation, simply bringing the disease under control through other types of periodontal disease management can make the teeth less mobile.
- Reducing tooth mobility makes the teeth more efficient at chewing.
- Splinting the teeth together reduces the forces that are placed on individual teeth, which can slow the damage to the already weakened periodontal ligaments and alveolar bone. By way of comparison, think how much easier it is to push back and forth on a single fence post and loosen it than it is to loosen that same post when it is attached to other posts as part of a fence.
- Connecting the teeth helps to prevent bite collapse. Essentially, when teeth become loose, chewing forces can cause them to tip toward the cheeks or otherwise shift in the jaw (pathologic migration). When this happens, the patient’s jaws rotate closer together than normal, the chewing muscles shorten, the lower face changes shape, and the jaw joints may develop pain.
What if I do nothing?
- Not stabilizing loose teeth can cause them to be lost earlier than splinted teeth.
- Not stabilizing loose teeth can cause bite collapse, and all of the potential negative consequences of that condition.