Tooth sensitivity occurs when the enamel layer of the teeth is damaged or removed due to several factors like incorrect brushing, eating of certain foods, health conditions, dryness of mouth and other intense factors like ‘bruxism’ (grinding of teeth).
It’s easy to spoil children. Let’s face it, when the little brat throws a fit, as anyone who is even slightly responsible for them, the easy way out is to just give in to them and restore the balance in your universe. Very often, the means through which these objectives are achieved are by spoiling the young ‘uns teeth
Have you ever wondered why oral hygiene is given so much importance? It includes practices that we must promptly adhere to do in our day-to-day lives and not following them can cause problems that are beyond just health related. Let’s draw a comparison; when you walk into a building, the cleanliness and charm of the entrance and front desk sets a good impression about the whole building. Similarly, the condition of our teeth falls under the first impression category simply because it’s the first thing you see when someone greets you with a “Hello!” If you have poorly maintained teeth, bad breath and damaged gums, your first impression sets off on the wrong foot. It naturally brings down your confidence and gives room to insecurities.
This is an era where everything happens in the blink of an eye. In order to keep pace with life, all of you, especially, in the morning, are in a tearing a hurry! Brushing, taking a shower, grabbing something to eat and off you go!
You hear about it all the time – on toothpaste boxes, from TV commercials, and even from your dentist. In a nutshell, we all know plaque is bad and nobody wants it. But what is it? How does it occur? Read on to find out.