• 5 Ways to Prevent Onset of Dental Cavities

    Herbalista | published on Jan 7, 2016

5 Ways to Prevent Onset of Dental Cavities

One of the most unfortunate problems to deal with is tooth ache. Cavities, being the most common teeth problem, can happen to absolutely anyone (with teeth)! Tooth decay, in simple words, is the destruction of the external and internal layers of the tooth. There is no reversal of it; if a tooth is affected, the most that a dentist can do is to extract the affected part and refill it with artificial materials. A process that is not only costly but also quite painful. So the obvious choice is to prevent tooth decay.

Below are a few tips that are simple and effective in preventing the onset of dental cavities:

1. Toothpaste, Brush and Floss: Any dentist will tell you that this is the first and foremost rule for oral hygiene. Brushing after every meal is preferable but at least twice a day should be mandatory. For people that already have cavity issues creeping in the Dabur Herb’l Cavity Protection Toothpaste is highly recommended .It has unique germ fighting and cavity prevention properties that helps strengthen teeth and gums. It helps relieve toothache too and comes in clove variant which is very helpful for mouth care.

2. Gargling: When fighting with cavities gargling with lukewarm salt water is essential. Gargle once a day at least to prevent and battle cavities. It is good to rinse daily with a fluoride-containing mouthwash. Most mouthwashes also have antiseptic ingredients to help kill bacteria that cause plaque.

Dental Cavities

3. Avoid drinking bottled water: It is much safer to carry a bottle of water which has been boiled at home than buying packaged drinking mineral water.

4. Limitations: As much as this is against all the desirability norms that we make for ourselves, limiting can help massively with prevention of cavities. As a rule, you should have nutritious and balanced meals and limit snacks. Avoid sugar based drinks and carbohydrates such as candies and chips, which can remain on the tooth surface. If sticky foods are eaten, brush your teeth soon afterwards.

5. Sealants: This is a rare but viable option if you are keen on preventing cavities at all costs. Food can get stuck on the inside molars of your teeth causing bacteria and hence cavities. A sealant is a thin plastic coating on the teeth that prevent bacteria from forming. This is a dental process and is recommended to be carried out by a professional.

Share it on:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recent Posts

  • Best Skincare Routine For Your...

    Is there any woman in her 30’s who would not want naturally radiant skin? ...

  • 11 Rules To Always Follow For ...

    Wanting luscious hair is something that every woman dreams about! And why ever n...

  • 10 Easy Ways To Get Your Body,...

    There might not be any fountain of youth but the way you take care of yourself c...

  • 7 Super-Easy Girl Hacks For Lo...

    Girls want to and know how to look pretty all day and that too every day! Hours ...

  • 5 Simple Tips For Getting A Go...

    Women always have so many things going on at the same time, don’t they? It can...