Bad Effects of Ignoring Dental Hygiene

Views:
 
     
 

Presentation Description

The truth is that if you ignore your dental hygiene completely for a long time, you could face far more serious consequences than a simple toothache or some unsightly stains. Here we discuss some of the negative effects of poor dental hygiene on your body. I hope you consider them - a proper dental care can protect more than just your teeth -- it can save your life!

Comments

Presentation Transcript

slide 1:

Bad Effects of Ignoring Dental Hygiene You should visit the dentist at least once a year same time your dentist will suggest you brush twice a day for two minutes and floss once a day. If you choose to ignore their advice youll get cavities sure. Did you know that other more serious health problems can also result from poor oral hygiene The truth is that if you ignore your dental hygiene completely for a long time you could face far more serious consequences than a simple toothache or some unsightly stains. The study revealed that while almost 50 percent of people suffering from teeth sensitivity. But they don’t take oral health as seriously as they should. Not taking care of your teeth can lead to worse conditions.

slide 2:

Here we discuss some of the negative effects of poor dental hygiene on your body. Periodontal Disease Known as gum disease it is a condition where bone deterioration around the teeth leads to loosening and eventual tooth loss. 25 of US adults over 65 have lost all their teeth. In fact most of the diseases mentioned below can start from having gum disease. Tooth Loss Do you ever think about losing your teeth if not you should start About 10 of Americans between the age of 50 and 64 have absolutely no teeth left because of both cavities and gum disease can end in tooth loss. Respiratory Problems While the connection might not be completely obvious at first think of what might happen from breathing in bacteria from infected teeth and gums over a long period of time. Bad breath Bad breath has another name that clinically called halitosis that may affect nearly about 65 percent of the population. After a meal the food particles stick in your teeth can start to stink due to the less you brush and floss. That worked as a contributor to bad breath. Diabetes Excess poor dental health may also be a risk reason for insulin resistance sometimes called "pre-diabetes" and diabetes largely because it increases inflammation. Keep proper dental hygiene is required due to many ways you might not have thought of before. Practice good oral hygiene by brushing and flossing daily and using a mouth rinse to kill bacteria. You should also visit your Downtown

slide 3:

Toronto dentist regularly for cleanings and the prevention of other dental and health problems. A proper dental care can protect more than just your teeth -- it can save your life

authorStream Live Help