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6 things that ruin your smile

by Mihaela Schwartz (follow)
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A simple gesture through which people transmit emotions, feelings or moods, the smile succeeds in saying more than a thousands words. A nice smile can make one’s day better, but how can we make sure we have a nice smile? First of all, it is related to oral hygiene and to the presence of dental caries. Even if you brush your teeth daily, floss and go to see your dentist twice a year, this does not mean that you have done everything to have a beautiful, healthy and expressive smile.

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Dental decay occurs when bacteria in the mouth produce acids that attack the teeth. Untreated tooth decay leads to the development of infections and ultimately to permanent loss of the tooth. Here are 6 things that can ruin your smile:

1. Fizzy drinks

These drinks have become increasingly popular during the last decade, but they can cause serious oral health issues. According to medical studies, the pH of these drinks causes enamel erosion because of the high concentrations of acidic ingredients. Also, these drinks contain high amounts of sugar.

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2. Smoking

Smoking does not only cause yellowing of teeth, but it affects entire oral health. Tobacco affects your teeth and gums and increases the risk of various types of cancer. In addition, tar, which is deposited as a film on the teeth contains bacteria that promote acid production and create irritating toxins - both causing inflammation, tooth decay and loss of teeth.

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3. Wine

Regular wine consumption affects tooth enamel. According to the doctors, wine acidity affects the tooth structure.

4. Slimming pills

Slimming pills are a simple and easy way to lose a few extra pounds, but they can cause gum disease and tooth decay. Like most medicines, slimming pills make the saliva flow decrease. A dry mouth increases the risk of gum disease, tooth decay and other oral health issues.

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5. Sweets

Sugar itself does not affect the teeth, but the acid produced while eating sweets and carbohydrates can affect the teeth. These acids attack the tooth enamel, causing a number of oral health issues like gingivitis and cavities. To prevent this, doctors recommend brushing the teeth and flossing immediately after a sweet indulgence. If you cannot brush your teeth, take a sugar-free gum to increase saliva flow and neutralise acids.

6. Hot drinks

Coffee and tea contain tannins which are deposited on the surface of tooth enamel, especially in areas where there are injuries, leading to tooth decay and producing bacteria.

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I don't know, maybe happiness :) Yummy things are not healthy most of the time.
is there anything that doesn Not ruin your smile?

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