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Are your teeth healthy?

Teeth are one of our best friends in our lives but also one of the organs that we often overlook. Authoritative medical reports indicate that if we do not clean our mouth within 30 minutes after eating, it will gradually turn into an acidic environment (at about pH 5.5) and will acidify the teeth, easily leading to a breeding ground for bacteria, and easily causing various dental problems.


In order to maintain oral health, other than building tooth-brushing habit in the morning and at night, choosing the right toothpaste that is safe and trustable and can best dissolve oral bacteria is the most scientific and effective way to solve and prevent all the root causes of oral problems.

Have you ever had these?

Top              Oral Problems



1 /  Periodontitis

When oral bacteria accumulate, dental plaque forms at the gingival sulcus and on the surface of teeth. Dental plaque secretes toxins which stimulate the tissues around the teeth, causing inflammation. Along with irregular living habits and hence poor immunity, the periodontal and gum inflammation becomes worse, resulting in periodontitis.  


4 /  Dentine Hypersensitivity

When we eat, the oral acidity begins to erode the teeth. When the teeth are not cleaned thoroughly, the enamel on the tooth surface will be damaged. Hence, dentin will be exposed and the teeth are then less protected. With irritation such as by cold, heat, acid and alkali, the teeth will be prone to sore and sensitive feelings.


7/  Bad Breath

A variety of oral inflammations, such as periodontitis, gingivitis, and dental calculus, can make the mouth odors unpleasant. Tongue coating is one of the main causes. The dense bulge on the tongue is a kind of oral mucosa. It metabolizes like skin, the aged surface cells will fade. When the faded cells mix with saliva, food residue and oral bacterial, a thin, sticky and mossy substance will form, emitting a bad smell.


10 /  Insufficiency of Oral Immunity

Teeth can reflect our physical health. For instance, when red blood cells are insufficient, gum will turn white and more iron food is needed. Also, stress, lack of sleep, smoking and drinking alcohol will reduce the secretion of saliva which boosts oral immunity. It will directly affect oral health and make the oral cavity prone to inflammation. Without thorough sterilization when brushing the teeth, oral bacteria will be more likely to accumulate.


2 /  Gum Bleeding

In most cases, the cause of bum bleeding is we do not brush our teeth properly. Food residues left in the gaps between the teeth breed a lot of bacteria and form dental plaque. When dental plaque accumulates around, on and between the teeth, and is not removed and cleaned completely, it stimulates the gum and leads to bleeding.


5 /  Dental Calculus

Dental calculus is made of hardened dental plaque. It can be found on the tooth surface and below the gum line, usually in yellow-brown or black. It not only affects the appearance, but also keeps stimulating periodontal tissues, hence affecting gum blood circulation and leading to bad breath and periodontitis.


8 /  Yellow Teeth

Regular drinking dark-colored beverages, such as coffee, tea and cola, will leave pigment on the surface of teeth for a long time, if the mouth is not rinsed in time. It may affect the tooth calcification process and make the tooth surface yellow, affecting one’s perception and social.


3 /  Dental Plaque

There are about 500 to 700 kinds of bacteria in the oral cavity. Some of them are harmless to human body, but many harmful germs stay on the surface of the teeth and form dental plaque. Without being cleaned properly, bacteria on dental plaque secrete toxins which cause a series of damages to oral tissues and health.


6 /  Tooth Decay

When we eat, the sugar and carbohydrates in the food provide a lot of energy for the dental plaque on the tooth surface to reproduce bacteria. Through the bacterial metabolism, organic acids are produced. These acidic substances stay on the surface of the teeth and gingival sulcus for a long time, dissolving the protein and forming cavities, followed by a sore sensation.


9 /  Erosion of Enamel

Enamel is the human body’s hardest and most mineralized tissue. After eating, the acid in the oral cavity erodes the teeth and softens the tissues slowly. To a certain extent when the softening occurs, the tooth surface will easily collapse. If coupled with improper tooth brushing, the excessive force will also speed up the destruction of dental issues and hence the formation of cavities.

The oral cavity is an ecology and with the most bacteria inside the body. Building tooth-brushing habits and thoroughly cleaning your teeth every day is the key to preventing oral problems.


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