Avoiding black rotten teeth

There are many factors contributing to the teeth turn black and rot. Three factors must be present in the mouth for dental putrefaction occurs: the tooth, bacteria and carbohydrates. Poor hygiene dental, lack of care dental and consumption of substances that break down tooth enamel also contribute to discoloration and tooth loss.

However, there are ways to restore teeth and prevent putrefaction. Combining a variety of dental cleaning techniques along with proper care and regular dental appointments, you can take steps against tooth putrefaction.


Regular maintenance:

  1. Brush your teeth every day at least twice, once in the morning and before going to sleep.
  2. Massage your gums with toothbrush using a circular motion. The massage technique helps increase blood flow to the gums and teeth, which promotes healthy gums and teeth.
  3. Pass the floss between meals and after snacks. It carries a flossing device with you and remember to use it after eating.
  4. Rinse your mouth with water after drinking or any fruit that contains high amounts of acid. Citric acid breaks down the tooth enamel and causes permanent damage to your teeth over time.
  5. Rinse your mouth with water after taking food or drink with sugar. This includes sweets, fruit drinks, sodas and alcohol.
  6. Rinse your mouth with mouthwash after brushing your teeth in the morning and afternoon. Mouthwash eliminates the remains of food particles and gives the mouth and teeth an additional force to fight cavities.
  7. Keep the inside of your mouth moist. Dry mouth is caused by a lack of saliva, which helps fight tooth putrefaction, because it washes food debris and plaque on the teeth. Substances in saliva help counteract producing bacteria putrefaction.
  8. Drink plenty of water. Water helps drop any food stuck between the teeth, leading to decay.
  9. Drink and eat enough food and drinks containing calcium. This includes skim milk or milk products.

Regular visits to the dentist:

  1. Make an appointment with your dentist at least once a year. Make check your teeth and clean them, to fill cavities and to repair broken or chipped fillings.
  2. Discuss treatment options and plans with your dentist. Ask a lot about your treatment plan.
  3. Ask your dentist whether to recommend any product that you can use to strengthen your teeth and keep them healthy.
  4. Schedule a follow-up appointment.

Tips & Warnings:

  • Stop smoking. If you do, the chemicals in cigarettes not only your teeth yellow, but also lead to a buildup of plaque and tartaric acid on the teeth.
  • Prolonged use of drugs such as methamphetamine’s can lead to some black and rotten teeth or losing them.

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