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Five Behaviors That are Ruining Your Teeth


Posted on 8/22/2022 by Lemond Hunter
Five Behaviors That are Ruining Your TeethThere are behaviors that we develop that could be detrimental to our dental health. Some of these behaviors may seem very normal but are harmful in the long run. It is important to ensure that everybody in your family, including children, avoids unhealthy dental behavior. Some of these behaviors are:

Poor Dental Brushing Routine


There are some people who do not give much attention to their dental hygiene. This means that you either skip brushing your teeth or just brush when you feel like it. This is risky behavior that might be costly. You should brush your teeth at least twice per day. If you do not brush your teeth regularly, you may develop cavities.

Excessive Smoking


Tobacco smoking has been proven to cause dental decay. In other words, if you are a regular smoker, you are weakening your teeth and exposing them to bacterial attacks. This is one of the behaviors that are hard to part ways with. However, if you would love to have your teeth much longer, you should get rid of this behavior.

Excessive Use of Toothpicks


Toothpicks are commonly used by all people for their convenience. While they are good and may help clean your teeth they can be harmful at times. Toothpicks may misalign your teeth. They can also cause injuries to your gums if not handled well.

Eating Sugary Foods


Most people love eating sugary foods without necessarily thinking about their effects. Sugary foods can be harmful to your teeth since they encourage the growth of bacteria. Children who eat too much candy and biscuits tend to suffer from tooth decay. The same can be said about adults who love sweet foods. Drinks such as sodas are also responsible for tooth decay. It is, therefore, necessary to monitor what you eat to prevent tooth decay.

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