10 common sense that baby teeth must know
01 Brushing time should not be less than 2 minutes. Brushing time should be at least 2 minutes, at least twice a day, every three months.
02 Oral cancer is one of the most deadly cancers. People often ignore oral masses or blistering, which can cause serious problems such as oral cancer. Therefore, no matter how small the signs are, seek medical attention as soon as they are found.
03 Before going to the doctor, wipe off the lipstick or lipstick. Otherwise, you will get to the doctor's gloves and even stain the teeth and gums, which will affect the doctor's color diagnosis.
04 Exercise can also cause dental problems. Strenuous exercise can lead to dehydration and weaken the function of saliva to prevent oral diseases. As a result, the risk of tooth decay and bacterial accumulation increases. Many sports drinks contain unexpected sugars and acids.
05 The oral cavity indicates general health. The oral cavity affects other parts of the body. If there is a problem with the gums, the risk of heart disease is 4 times higher than that of the average person. If the first molar is relatively short and there is pain, it means digestion.
06 Stop using painkillers before the teeth. Some people often take drugs such as aspirin, but it will cause you to bleed heavily during tooth extraction.
07 Gum bleeding is very serious. Gingival bleeding is an inflammatory manifestation, it is likely that you have already developed an infection.
08 Abrasives contained in toothpaste are not all harmful. Many people think that abrasives in toothpaste can damage teeth. In fact, on the contrary, soft abrasives such as anhydrous silicic acid and papain contained in toothpaste can polish and whiten teeth.
09 Eating sugar does not necessarily mean tooth decay. Eating sweets as long as it is cleaned in time is not a big problem. Moreover, a balanced diet is the key to a healthy smile. For example, often not eating, can lead to excessive acidity of the mouth, causing tooth decay and gum problems.
10 The tongue also has a health code. The tongue is bright red, indicating a possible thyroid or heart problem; the tongue is yellow-green, which is a liver or gallbladder problem; slightly grayish brown, usually with digestive diseases.