Visit your dentist regularly
Most people tend to visit the dentist when feeling pain or discomfort. However, it is essential to maintain regular attendance at the dentist and to check your oral health and teeth; dentists can also monitor overall health, as many systemic conditions, including cancer, diabetes and vitamin deficiencies, emulate first in the mouth.
The frequency of your visits usually depends on your oral hygiene, daily habits, and individual medical conditions or diagnoses. While some only attend the dentist once or twice a year, others may need to go more often. Your dentist knows best, so sticking to their recommended appointment schedule is essential! 카지노사이트
Preserve your enamel
Enamel is the hardest substance in the body. Unlike bone, it contains no living cells, meaning it cannot repair or reverse the damage. This is why, when decay occurs, the enamel loses minerals, and eventually, a cavity occurs. Dentists are only able to treat such cavities by drilling and filling – an invasive approach that automatically puts patients on something called “the restorative escalator”: once a filling is placed, it will eventually need to be replaced over time; each time it is replaced, more enamel is removed by the drill.
Thanks to the revolutionary vVARDIS technology, it is now possible to regenerate lost enamel and preserve the life of the tooth – even when decay has started to occur. Our ground-breaking technology can create new enamel by mimicking the natural enamel-creation process. All our products, including those for the exclusive use of dental professionals and those for daily at-home use, contain our patented technology in different formulations and enable both the preservation and regeneration of enamel. Additionally, they are entirely safe, vegan and sustainable.
Brush twice daily and properly
Brush teeth twice daily with toothpaste and a functionally designed toothbrush. Bacteria is rife in our mouths, so regular removal is required to keep the levels of bacteria at a healthy amount, to positively affect the pH of our saliva and freshen our breath.
When brushing, using a toothbrush that is ergonomically designed is best. Though electric toothbrushes are most popular these days, manual toothbrushes can be just as effective, provided they are used correctly (circular motions ensure the tooth surface is reached and positioning the brush toward the gum line). Soft bristles are essential to protect from gum recession and even removal of enamel, which can happen if used too vigorously. 안전한카지노사이트
vVARDIS’s Enamel Caressing Toothbrush, Rheinholz, has been designed with tooth anatomy in mind. It effectively removes plaque while allowing for gentle cleaning of the gums thanks to its combination of soft bristles. Each toothbrush also holds a unique code, tracing it back to the fallen Swiss Beech tree that it was made from …so while increasing your oral health, you’re doing your bit for the planet, too!
Flossing is a must
The most common advice given by dentists is to floss daily. However, that is something that’s usually forgotten or missed!
Flossing daily helps remove food particles and bacteria that can lie between the teeth where toothbrushes cannot reach. This, of course, also prevents plaque build-up in such hard-to-reach areas and, alongside effective brushing, helps reduce the onset of gum diseases.
Scrape your tongue
Tongue scraping aids the promotion of a healthier mouth microbiome (the community of bacteria that lives in the mouth) and aids in fresher breath. It can help restore manageable levels of bacteria in the mouth, thus contributing to improved oral and general health
Though this mechanical action is great for removing bacterial build-up, this doesn’t always solve the problem of bad breath, which is where our Breath Highlighter Mouth Spray comes in; the spray comes in three different flavors and has the versatility to be used anywhere at any time. Most importantly, it contains the vVARDIS patented technology – along with enhancing the breath, it also contributes to good oral health in protecting against enamel decay.
Fluoride is great, but!
Fluoride was a brilliant discovery for dentistry some 60+ years ago in helping prevent tooth decay using making teeth more resistant to acid attacks from bacteria. However, fluoride can only do so much due to its limited ability to reach the depth of the enamel. This means that, though fluoride still plays a pivotal role in ensuring good oral health and is effective in remineralizing the enamel, it can only do so superficially, which is why decay still happens.
The vVARDIS technology has been formulated to infiltrate significantly into the enamel (to the depth of the decay, as opposed to just the fluoride-reaching superficial surface), not just on the surface, meaning, at last, there is a way of deeply remineralizing early cavities whose fate would otherwise be the drill.
vVARDIS New White Enamel Anti-Aging Toothpaste contains the patented peptide technology in combination with fluoride for a double action for the enamel. It protects from acids and decay, and remineralizes lost minerals, with the added effect of a gentle, natural whitening and protection from sensitivity! 카지노사이트 추천
Keep acidic foods to a minimum
Just as our body is affected by what we eat and drink, so is our oral health. Keeping a well-balanced diet, including your recommended intake of fruit and vegetables, is also needed for a healthy mouth. Still, even then, some traditionally considered “healthy” foods can be highly acidic, which changes the pH of the saliva, impeding the enamel’s ability to remineralize; this isn’t to say they should not be enjoyed, though! When consuming acidic foods or drinks, such as carbonated drinks, wine and citric fruits, the best thing to do is incorporate them into a mealtime, if possible, and/or rinse with water or use mouthwash, like our Enamel Highlighter Mouthwash, after consumption; this helps bring the pH back to a more manageable level, thus aiding the ability for the teeth to recover.
In this instance, the vVARDIS Mouthwash – unlike others on the market – gives the additional benefit of the patented technology: added, deeper protection from cavities, gentle on gums and sensitivity sufferers, and combatting the effects of both bacterial and consumed acids.
Overall do’s and don’ts to maintain a healthy mouth
Brush your teeth twice a day using a good technique with a well-designed brush, and a pea-sized amount of toothpaste, ideally containing fluoride and other technology which enhances anti-cavity effects.
Incorporate other oral hygiene measures, like mouthwash and mouth-spray.
Avoid frequent levels of acidic and sugar-based snacks and drinks.
Regular dental check-ups.
Do not smoke.
Don’t exceed recommended alcohol consumption.
Don’t avoid the dentist!
Don’t forget – the mouth is the gateway for both oral and overall health– what you put in makes a difference.