taking care of your teeth ok:)

Thursday, August 26, 2010
assalamualaikum kawan!

hari ni aku nak bercerita tentang gigi pasal tadi aku pegi jumpa dentist n aku dah kene bedah sampai air mata hati aku menangis teresak2 dan keadaan aku macam orang yg meneran kesakitan nak beranak,,huhuhu(over eh?relax ah.hehehe)

tadi aku gi jumpe doktor untuk check up gigi aku n doc tu just bersihkan gigi aku ni.aku ta taw la byk mane plague yg ada pasal dah lame aku tak melawat clinic gigi ni(tak semenjak darjah5 kot.isk)tapi kau,punya la sakit tyme dia cokeh2 tuu,.aku rasa cam nak nanges koot,aku cakap kat doc tuu,sakit tapi dia cakap biase laa..biase doc?oh!huhu

memang berdarah habis ah tadi,bukan setitk dua,tappi semangkuk dua ada laa..

balik je bilik aku terus brush gigi..ha!tadi doc pesan,kalau nak elakkan gum or gigi rosak,berus 2X sehari,sebelum brush gigi sapu luh ubat gigi kat gigi(bukan mulut) n biarkan 2-3 mint..then brush gigi dengan penuh minat dan kesungguhan..jangan lupa berus gak lidah..bakteria lagi byk kat lidah dari gigi..

dan sempena aku ke dental ni ingin aku berkongsi tips pasa gaga olala niii

tips to take care of our teeth

Dentists say that the most important part of tooth care happens at home. Brushing and flossing properly, along with regular dental checkups, can help prevent tooth decay and gum disease.

If you're like most people, you don't exactly look forward to facing a dentist's drill. So wouldn't it be better to prevent cavities before they begin?

Giving Plaque the Brush-Off

To prevent cavities, you need to remove plaque, the transparent layer of bacteria that coats the teeth. The best way to do this is by brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing at least once a day. Brushing also stimulates the gums, which helps to keep them healthy and prevent gum disease. Brushing and flossing are the most important things that you can do to keep your teeth and gums healthy.

Toothpastes contain abrasives, detergents, and foaming agents. Fluoride, the most common active ingredient in toothpaste, is what prevents cavities. So you should always be sure your toothpaste contains fluoride.

About 1 person in 10 has a tendency to accumulate tartar quickly.

Tartar is plaque in a hardened form that is more damaging and difficult to remove. Using anti-tartar toothpastes and mouthwashes, as well as spending extra time brushing the teeth near the salivary glands (the inside of the lower front teeth and the outside of the upper back teeth) may slow the development of new tartar.

If you have teeth that are sensitive to heat, cold, and pressure, you may want to try a special toothpaste for sensitive teeth. But you'll still need to talk to your dentist about your sensitivity because it may indicate a more serious problem, such as a cavity or nerve inflammation (irritation).

Tips on Proper Brushing

Dentists say that the minimum time you should spend brushing your teeth is 2 minutes twice a day. Here are some tips on how to brush properly:

  • Hold your brush at a 45-degree angle against your gumline. Gently brush from where the tooth and gum meet to the chewing surface in short (about half-a-tooth-wide) strokes. Brushing too hard can cause receding gums, tooth sensitivity, and, over time, loose teeth.

    Use the same method to brush all outside and inside surfaces of your teeth.
  • To clean the chewing surfaces of your teeth, use short sweeping strokes, tipping the bristles into the pits and crevices.
  • To clean the inside surfaces of your top and bottom front teeth and gums, hold the brush almost vertical. With back and forth motions, bring the front part of the brush over the teeth and gums.
  • Using a forward-sweeping motion, gently brush your tongue and the roof of your mouth to remove the decay-causing bacteria that exist in these places.
  • Use an egg timer or play a favorite song while brushing your teeth to get used to brushing for a full 2 to 3 minutes. Some electronic toothbrushes have timers that let you know when 2 minutes are up.

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Anonymous at: February 27, 2011 at 2:44 AM said...

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