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1. Common Causes of Tooth Decay and Regular Dentist Visits 2. Some Seemingly Healthy Habits that can Damage Your Smile 3. How Drinking Lemon Water can Damage Your Smile? 4. Interested in Getting Tooth Implants? Educate Yourself about all the Options First! Find out more at: – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: All On 4 Dental Implants - Key Facets


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All On 4 Dental Implants - Key Facets
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Synopsis
  1. Common Causes of Tooth Decay and Regular Dentist
    Visits
  2. Some Seemingly Healthy Habits that can Damage
    Your Smile
  3. How Drinking Lemon Water can Damage Your Smile?
  4. Interested in Getting Tooth Implants? Educate
    Yourself about all the Options First!

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Common Causes of Tooth Decay and Regular Dentist
Visits
  • Sports Drinks
  • Do you love sports drinks? Do you think you need
    to go for these drinks to get the energy to
    perform better in any sport? Well, you may soon
    be dealing with dental issues too. Sports drinks
    are extremely popular, but the truth is that they
    have a high pH level, which makes them a little
    too acidic for your teeth. Excessive drinking can
    damage the enamel on your teeth and lead to
    erosion. These drinks are usually high in sugars,
    which is another reason why they can be extremely
    damaging to your teeth. Keep drinking them and
    you will eventually be out looking for a dentist
    for help.
  • Dry Mouth
  • Many people do not know that saliva actually
    helps wash away bacteria and acids and saves you
    from dealing with infections and many other
    dental problems. A dry mouth will provide
    bacteria a feasible environment to grow and cause
    cavities. Not seeing a dentist in a timely manner
    would make those cavities go really bad and lead
    to other more severe dental issues. Be sure to
    drink plenty of water and take special care when
    using mouthwash because they can also leave you
    with a dry mouth.

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Common Causes of Tooth Decay and Regular Dentist
Visits
  • Poor Diet
  • Not following a balanced diet is yet another
    cause of experiencing dental problems. Not only
    does poor diet lead to gum disease and tooth
    decay, it also causes many other health concerns.
    Ensure that you are following a balanced diet
    that contains loads of vitamin, vitamin B,
    folate, calcium, and protein.
  • Caffeinated Beverages
  • Many people say that caffeine helps them function
    well throughout the day, and it may be true
    because it stimulates your central nervous
    system. However, caffeinated beverages can be
    extremely harmful to your teeth. Similarly, black
    tea is rich in tannin that can leave you with
    stained teeth. Moreover, coffee and tea promote
    the retention of bacteria on tooth enamel, which
    can lead to tooth decay and make you look for
    dental implants and procedures like all on 4
    dental implants.
  • Wine
  • A moderate amount of wine may offer many health
    benefits, but excessive drinking is dangerous and
    cause serious dental problems because of its
    highly acidic nature. It causes enamel decay and
    promotes staining.

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Some Seemingly Healthy Habits that can Damage
Your Smile
  • Brushing after Each Meal
  • Many dental experts say you should brush your
    teeth after each meal, and it helps keep your
    teeth healthy in most cases. However, you need to
    understand that regular brushing is important but
    so is your brushing timing. You are going to
    hurt your teeth if you brush after eating
    something acidic like tomatoes or oranges. The
    reason is that acidic food directly affects your
    tooth enamel and makes it soft and vulnerable to
    damage. The best thing is to wait for at least
    half an hour after eating anything acidic to
    brush your teeth. Waiting this long is important
    because it gives your saliva a chance to lower
    the acidic of the oral environment.
  • Taking Medications that Cause Dry Mouth
  • Your saliva helps maintain the right pH in your
    mouth, so it is important to take steps to avoid
    a dry mouth. A dry mouth also promotes the growth
    of odor-causing bacteria, which can also cause
    serious damage to your teeth. The problem is that
    you may have to take many medications to treat
    certain health conditions, but those medications
    come with a side effect of dry mouth. Many
    medications like pain meds and antidepressants
    can reduce saliva flow and increase your risk of
    developing serious dental issues.
  • Exercising with No Dental Protection
  • Exercising is good for your overall health, and
    there are no two ways around that. However, the
    thing is that not taking certain precautionary
    measures while exercising can increase your risk
    of developing dental health problems.

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How Drinking Lemon Water can Damage Your Smile?
  • In the recent years, there has been a big rise in
    the number of people dealing with dental problems
    and so many of them trying procedures like all on
    4 dental implants to correct more than one tooth.
    Even though people are careful about brushing and
    taking other precautionary measures, they still
    find it difficult to prevent dental problems. One
    big reason is that they unknowingly do things
    that would damage their teeth. One such thing is
    to drink lemon water on a regular basis.
  • There are many other benefits of drinking lemon
    water, but you need to take a while before you
    start including it in your diet. You need to
    understand that lemons are highly acidic, and
    anything acidic can damage tooth enamel, exposing
    your teeth to the bacterial onslaught. Moreover,
    brushing after drinking lemon water can increase
    your risk of tooth decay. Even when you dilute it
    with water, you are still raising the pH levels
    in your mouth that can increase the risk of
    erosion. Therefore, it is better to get your
    vitamin C dose from other foods.
  • However, if you really want to drink lemon water,
    you should avoid drinking it often. You should
    also take other precautionary measures. For
    instance, brushing your teeth before you drink
    may help. Do not opt for the concentrated lemon
    juices and use fresh lemons only. Consider
    drinking through a straw to limit the contact of
    lemon water with your teeth. Taking all these
    steps will help you enjoy the benefits of lemon
    water without damaging your teeth.

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Interested in Getting Tooth Implants? Educate
Yourself about all the Options First!
  • Conditions that Might Need a Dental Implant
  • Dental implants have their benefits, and there
    are certain situations when they are the most
    suitable choice. For instance, you consider going
    for a tooth implant if you have a missing tooth.
    You can opt for dental implants if parts of your
    jaw are missing. Your dentist will use implants
    to replace these missing teeth.
  • Types of Implants
  • First, there are endosseous implants, which are
    shaped like a cylinder or screw. There are
    generally made of metal, but you can also find
    these implants made of metal and covered with
    ceramic. Your dentist will place these implants
    within the jawbone. Then, you will find
    subperiosteal implants. Consisting of metal
    framework, these implants sit on the top of your
    jawbone however, they still stay underneath your
    gum tissue. Finally, there are transosteal
    implants, which are usually made of a metal pin.
    Some of these implants are also made of a
    U-shaped frame that passes through the gum tissue
    and jawbone.

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