Seven keys 'antibulos' for healthy white teeth

It is in one of the first things we repair with dissimulation when meeting another person. With them we smile, with them we seduce, with them, above all, we eat. Teeth take us sleep and give us life. We collect all the keys published throughout the history of BUENAVIDA to show off a perfect denture. Teeth, teeth ...

1. Proper hygiene guarantees nothing: Why do teeth yellow in spite of brushing them daily? The passage of time is relentless, and the enamel leaves with youth. Peace of mind: there are gestures that are in your hand that slow down the yellow nightmare, such as loosening with tea and wine.

2. Whitening treatments work: Steps to recover the dental shine and its white enamel. LED light is one of the most recommended methods by specialists. It is of little use to him if he is going to smoke again: he is informed.

3. Celery is good for teeth, but does not bleach: Are there really foods that smooth the teeth? Certain foods help dentures: chew clean celery and lemon is good for the gums. However, using them as bleach has dangerous side effects.

4. Night brushing is mandatory: When is it better to brush your teeth: after dinner or just before bedtime? Knowing the vericuetos of this gesture of hygiene that we undertake every night is an effective way to fight with the bacteria that (yes, the reality is that hard) populate our mouth.

5. There is a whole oral hygiene instrument that fights halitosis: Mouthwash is not enough: 5 keys against bad breath, interproximal toothbrushes, dental floss, tongue cleaner and mouthwash are among them. There are more remedies.

6. The worst thing about gnawing your own nails is not the appearance of the hands: Nail snappers, attention: the next thing to fall will be the teeth. Bad habit wears dentures, tends to deform the jaw and can cause gingivitis.

7. Homemade remedies for toothache are not worth: What you should never ask your dentist. Industry experts recall the barbarities posed by their patients, such as the disconcerting power of alcohol to alleviate toothache ('he ended up drunk, but in pain').

Dr. Armellini received her dental degree from the Central University of Venezuela. She received an MBA from the University of Michigan and embarked on a clinical fellowship in Implantology Prosthodontics at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.


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