Dentle helps you avoid caries

Caries, better known as tooth decay, is a common problem that can be prevented with good routines for brushing and using floss every day.

Certain diets also increase the risk of caries. Any food that contains sugar or tends to stick to the teeth can easily cause caries. This is because it increases the amount of plaque. Examples are juices, fizzy drinks, cereals, toffees, raisins and bread.

Avoid constantly snacking during the day as well. Lots of snacks mean the plaque has more time to attack the teeth. If you go on a particular diet or you really have to snack, make sure you brush your teeth within 30 minutes of eating.

Dentle helps you avoid plaque

Plaque is a sticky, whitish bacterial deposit that forms on the teeth. Apart from the fact that plaque contributes to tooth decay, it also causes gum problems, as well as forming the basis for tartar, which forms when calcium in the saliva is deposited on top of the plaque.
Everyone gets plaque on the surfaces of their teeth, and new bacteria are constantly forming in the mouth. They use the nutrients in our food and saliva to grow. Together with sugar, plaque forms an acid that attacks the teeth and eventually leads to tooth decay. As this process is repeated the acid eats into the enamel and eventually forms holes.

Gingivitis is an inflammation of the gums that occurs due to plaque. This inflammation is reversible; if the quantity of plaque is reduced it can be reversed in two or three weeks. The most effective way to fight gingivitis is to use dental floss and to use an electric toothbrush to clean your teeth. It is important to ensure you treat gingivitis as soon as possible, otherwise it can result in loose teeth.

To avoid the formation of too much plaque, make sure you brush your teeth at least twice a day, and keep the gaps between your teeth clean. Limit the number of sweet snacks.

Dentle helps you avoid tartar

Tartar forms from minerals salts found in the saliva, which are deposited on top of the plaque and then harden.

This type of tartar is called salivary stones. They are a pale colour and can form in 2-3 days. The most common place for salivary stones to form is behind the front teeth in the lower jaw.

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