Tips for Healthy Teeth

Puff Points of Healthy Teeth
Tips for Healthy Teeth

In order to have healthy and beautiful teeth, it is necessary to pay attention to many points. Doç.Dr.Erol Akın gave information about the subject.


Tooth sensitivity is one of the dental problems experienced by many people. When cold, hot, sugar or sour food/drinks are consumed, a sudden reaction and tingling occurs in the teeth and pain-stinging occurs. This form of tingling is sudden, deep and sharp. This sensitivity is most common in the gums. It occurs due to the root surfaces exposed by the extraction of the teeth. Brushing the teeth hard can also prepare the ground for this problem. Also, attention should be paid to the foods consumed against tooth sensitivity. Frequent consumption of foods containing too much acid should be avoided.


Consuming onions, garlic, and spicy foods, especially in summer, will cause bad breath. Not consuming these and similar foods in summer will allow you to eat lightly. It will also help us control your bad breath. In addition, regular dental check-up is also important.


Calcium, which is an important part of bone and dental health, can cause serious health problems in its deficiency, as well as adversely affect the dental health of the person. Tooth decay is unfortunately a very common problem in our country. Dentist check-ups every 6 months, taking 3 minutes in the morning and night to brush every surface of the teeth, and finishing meals with calcium-rich foods such as yogurt and cheese are caries. will minimize its occurrence.

gingival retraction

Periodontitis, i.e. gum recession, also known as gum disease, is a serious gum infection that negatively affects the soft tissue around the teeth and, if not treated, causes the destruction of the bone that supports the teeth. It is mostly due to inadequate or poor oral care and cleaning. Using dental floss, brushing teeth regularly, staying away from smoking and not disrupting dental checkups help prevent this problem from occurring.


Dental calculus, also known as tartar, mostly occurs on the inner surface of the lower teeth, in the upper teeth, on the cheeks of the back teeth. Due to irregular brushing or not brushing at all, saliva precipitates on the gums and those hard structures surround the teeth. Sometimes they can progress towards the lower part of the teeth. Depending on the gingival problems, they may also cause bad breath.

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