The study of tooth extractions and dental operations, or orthodontics has moved its way up of the branch of dentistry as it becomes a very practical operation in people’s lives these days.
The generation of making a healthy dental habit has been long foregone with the advent of different mouth and teeth solutions that promise total dental care. But, it does not go as well as promised. Many dental products these days offer complete oral hygiene and at the same time they do away the habit of brushing by replacing it with the habit of taking in tooth vitamins or even mouthwash that cleanse the mouth and teeth, as they tout.
Getting that perfect smile seems to be relatively easy with orthodontics especially with inventions like Invisalign.
It can be seen that orthodontics becomes more and more relevant as people have not been compliant with good dental habits. Smoking and not regularly brushing the teeth are dangerous habits done because of the lack of a healthy dental understanding. Unlike before, where people brush their teeth first thing in the morning, people now just gargle with a mouthwash and expect to expel bacteria that dig holes in the teeth. Well, even if the mouthwash can do the 80 percent of the task in cleaning the entire mouth, brushing the teeth is still the most effective daily routine in cleaning teeth. If you want to get rid of tooth decays due to bacteria in your mouth digging up the food remains in your teeth, brushing is the simplest and easiest way more than a mouthwash can wash away.
Orthodontists are quick to point out that dental operations like having dental braces and tooth extractions should only be done sparingly and should not be used in replacement to proper and regular dental hygiene. The best dental care lies with the things we do every day. It is still best to brush our teeth regularly, at least twice a day. In that way, we ensure that our teeth that does not engage those micro organisms residing in the mouth to dig in and put more cavities in our teeth.
Just to cite, bad breath is symptomatic of tooth decay in the mouth. But, people disregard it often by just taking in fresh mints or some other food that mask the breath that still contribute to the micro organisms eating up food residue in your mouth.
However, for some people, bad breath is still not associated with tooth decay, making it harder to emphasize the point of oral hygiene. Most people take in the problem of mouth odor as a separate problem with tooth decay when, in fact, these two problems are intertwined.
Tooth decay can be addressed by simple regular tooth brushing. Brushing your teeth at least twice a day reduces the chance of forming cavities in your teeth and as well as a fresher breath for your mouth due to less micro bacteria activity that produces the bad breath.