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The tongue is the first organ that comes in contact with food and allows us to savor and experience delicious tastes and flavors. Now imagine, what if something was wrong with your tongue and you couldn’t taste the spice or the sugar in your food! Horrible, right? Well to make sure your taste buds are fully functioning and always intact, we are discussing tongue problems and how these conditions can affect your basic oral functions.

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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.

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The only remedy decades ago for losing a tooth or teeth was a fixed bridge or removable dentures. This not only was difficult to maintain but also arduously discomforting.
A breath of fresh air was the introduction of dental implants.

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One of the first things you see in the morning is your toothbrush. Along with seeing your dentist regularly, your toothbrush also plays a part in being responsible for the hygiene and health of your teeth. Like all other things its life also has to end sometime. After all, a lot of bacteria and viruses live on the bristles and surrounding areas which are transferred from your mouth.

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Have you ever thought as to why you have bad breath when you wake up in the morning? That evident smell is the outcome of the activity that’s taking place while you sleep through the night in your mouth. Although you feel your body is shutting down, you’re mistaken. There is a lot going on. During the day, saliva is constantly produced in your mouth helps cleanse the inside of the mouth. This constant cleaning forestalls the bacterium which is why as compared to night, during the day your breath isn’t bad.

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Your quick 5 minute trivia for the day about teeth is sure to keep you thinking all day! Read now!

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