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How to self-test oral health?

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The standard of oral health is tooth cleaning, no caries and pain, normal gum color and no bleeding.You can self-test whether your mouth is healthy according to the following methods. If you find abnormalities, see your teeth in time to avoid increasing the difficulty of treatment.How to self-test oral health?1. Bleeding gums When you brush your teeth, see if there are blood stains on the spitting foam and toothbrush. When eating fruits such as apples or pears, see if there are any signs of bleeding.Take a look at the gums in the mirror. If the gums are red, swollen and pus, you need to be alert for gingivitis.Gum bleeding caused by local factors is common periodontitis and gingivitis.2. Yellow and black teeth. Carefully observe the tooth surface and occlusal surface to see if there is any yellowing or blackening.Most adults and children have yellow and black teeth. If you see obvious stains and calculus, you need to go to the hospital to wash your teeth.3. There is an odor in the mouth. Use your tongue to lick your arm and close your mouth. Smell whether there is any odor in the part you just licked. The odor may be periodontitis and gingivitis.4. Caries To see if the color between the two teeth or the root of the tooth is abnormal or has holes, check whether there are small black spots on the surface of the tooth.If there are holes and black color, it may be dental caries.5. Sensitive teeth There is obvious soreness when the teeth are stimulated by hot, sour, sweet and mechanical effects. The temporary or temporary soreness can disappear after the stimulation is removed. This is the root exposure caused by the decline of the gums.6. When there are cracks on the surface of the teeth, there is severe pain when biting on a certain part.Carefully observe the bite pain area, you will find a dark brown or light black crack line, may cross the occlusal surface of the tooth, or may be seen near the edge, slightly touching the cracked part will cause pain, which meansA cracked tooth appeared.7. Gingival atrophy Although the adjacent teeth are in contact with each other, the gums between adjacent teeth do not completely cover the adjacent points of the teeth. The triangle gap can be seen with the naked eye, which is related to the alveolar bone absorption and gum atrophy.8. Loose teeth Unexplained loosening of teeth and changes in occlusion, accompanied by exposed roots, obvious bad breath, and swollen gums, should be warned of periodontitis.9. Tooth pain Tooth pain indicates a problem with the tooth, which is generally related to pulpitis, periodontitis and gingivitis.Should go to the hospital to find out the reason, and then targeted treatment, can not abuse pain medication.Warm reminds that dental health is the foundation of good health, so it is imperative to take good care of teeth.Avoid eating high-sugar and too sticky foods. Chewing nuts, celery or apples containing crude fiber properly can not only clean the tooth surface, but also make the teeth stronger.And to master the correct way of brushing your teeth, at least once a year to do oral examination and teeth washing.

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Dental caries is a common disease in stomatology. How to deal with dental caries?

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Dental caries is a common disease in stomatology. It is also known as decayed tooth and tooth decay in daily life, which causes great damage to teeth.Dental caries is caused by the tooth surface being eroded by bacterial decomposition products in the oral cavity. Pay attention to oral hygiene to prevent effectively.At the beginning of caries, it may be a change in color, shape, and quality. At the beginning, it may be a change in color. At first, the surface of the tooth may not be shiny or demineralized, and there will be brown patches. Slowly, there will be pigmentation on the outside.The inside becomes black or tan. If it develops further and damages the dentin, some places may be called enamel. Symptoms will appear in the deep layer of the teeth. The most typical symptom is hot and cold sweet and sour stimulation symptoms. Patients often suffer from pain; If you develop deeper, you may feel unhappy.The treatment of caries is divided into deciduous teeth treatment and permanent teeth treatment.If the child has dental caries, but the teeth have not been changed, it means that the baby has caries.Permanent teeth caries are mostly filled.The treatment methods for deciduous teeth caries are as follows: 1. Superficial caries, ring-shaped exfoliative caries: no need for filling treatment, it is improved by local application of drugs.Such as sodium fluoride, etc., the treatment method is easy to be accepted by children; Second, severe caries: those with deep caries need to be filled with treatment, and children need to cooperate with parents during treatment.Children need to open their mouths according to the doctor’s requirements, to avoid disturbance during treatment, so as not to hurt the gums and mucous membranes caused by high-speed car needles; parents need to persuade and comfort the children., Parents help to fix the child’s posture, open and fix the mouth through the bite pad for treatment.In order to avoid the pain caused by caries of deciduous teeth, parents should pay attention to their daily eating habits and cleanliness.To eat less sweets, gargle in time after eating sweets; brush your teeth sooner or later, brush your teeth carefully to clean the mouth; if necessary, you can eat biological chewable tablets, care for the teeth, put a biological protective layer on the teeth to prevent tooth decay erosiontooth.

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Do teeth also have a service life?

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Don’t look at the teeth so strong, but it is a very busy organization.Without oral health care, various oral problems follow, such as red gums, tooth pain, bleeding gums, and periodontitis.Teeth also have a certain life span. The following 6 symptoms indicate that the teeth have entered the aging stage.What symptoms indicate that the teeth are old?1. After the caries are getting older, the tooth gap will become larger and larger. Failure to pay attention to oral hygiene will cause bacteria to multiply on the teeth and increase the chance of caries.Choose fluoride toothpaste as much as possible, master the correct brushing method, use dental floss reasonably, don’t pick teeth with a toothpick after meals, go to the hospital to wash your teeth regularly, and remove calculus and plaque.2. Gum swelling and bleeding teeth Gum swelling and accompanying bleeding should be checked for gingivitis.If the gums bleed when brushing or chewing food, attention should be paid.Actively treat gingivitis, so as not to develop periodontitis and increase the difficulty of treatment.3. Loose teeth Loosening when touching the teeth with your hands, accompanied by swollen and bleeding gums, or exposed roots, which is a manifestation of periodontitis.Failure to pay attention to oral hygiene can cause a large amount of dental calculus and plaque to accumulate, thereby forming periodontitis.Therefore, we must do a good job in oral cleaning, gargle in time after each meal, and quit the bad habit of smoking.4. Persistent halitosis: To eliminate lung and stomach diseases, oral problems must be considered.Treat teeth that have been caries in time, and use dental floss to clean the food residues between the teeth after each brush.When the gums occasionally become inflamed, you need to use dental floss to treat the teeth between the inflamed areas, and use the medicine as directed by the doctor.5. The surface of the tooth is dull and cracked. The surface of the tooth is not glossy and cracked. This is a symptom of tooth mineralization because it is caused by the loss of enamel in an acidic environment for a long time.To change the deep environment of the oral cavity, try not to drink carbonated beverages, eat less high-sugar foods, actively treat dental caries, and do not directly bite hard food with teeth.6. Sensitive teeth When eating hot and sour food, the teeth become sensitive, and there is aching or sharp pain. This is a tooth sensitivity.Such people eat less or no irritating food. They need to use tools to eat too hard food with shells, and can’t use excessive force to brush their teeth laterally.Tips: People of all ages should take good care of their teeth, master the correct brushing method, and bring braces when their teeth are not neat.Generally, you should learn to brush your teeth from the age of three, especially brushing your teeth before going to bed.When brushing the upper teeth, brush the bristles down along the teeth. When brushing the lower teeth, brush from the bottom to the top. Do not use excessive force to brush back and forth, otherwise it will cause gum atrophy and dental tissue wedge-shaped defects.Often eating foods containing crude fiber can chew fully, stimulate saliva secretion, wash away dirt, help self-cleaning of teeth, and also strengthen periodontal tissue.

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How is the black triangle formed on the teeth?

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In the oral cavity, although the shapes of adjacent teeth are in contact, the gums between adjacent teeth cannot completely cover the connection point of the two teeth. The triangle gap can be directly seen by the naked eye. This gap is called the black triangle of the teeth.The black triangle is an irreversible process, it is easy to embed food and accumulate bacteria, which is not conducive to periodontal health.So, how did the black triangle form?How is the black triangle of teeth formed?1. Suffering from periodontitis Periodontitis is a serious oral disease that can involve periodontal support tissues such as cementum, gums, periodontal membranes and alveolar bone, etc., often causing inflammatory destruction of periodontal support tissues.Periodontitis can cause alveolar bone resorption and gum atrophy, thus forming a black triangle.2. Congenital periodontal abnormalities Each person’s constitution is different, and periodontal growth is also very different. According to the periodontal biological form, it is divided into thin and thick. The former has a scallop-shaped bone shape and narrow and long gingival papilla, which is prone to permanent retraction., So a black triangle will appear after correction.The latter bone tissue is thick and dense, and the gum nipple is wide and flat, providing good blood supply to the periodont, and has good memory of biological tissues, and the gums are not prone to shrink.3. Periodontal morphology Periodontal morphology is one of the reasons for the black triangle after orthodontic treatment. The black triangle generally appears in the anterior teeth area, which greatly affects the image.Because the teeth in the anterior region of the mandible have a long and narrow crown shape with a triangular shape, the position of the contact point is slightly higher, which can lengthen the vertical distance of the crest of the alveolar crest, so black triangles are prone to appear.4. After age and tooth roots are dispersed, the height of the gingival papilla decreases by approximately 0.012 mm every year, so the elderly are prone to appear black triangles.The angle formed by adjacent teeth will affect the incidence of black triangles. The more scattered the roots, the higher the probability of black triangles.5. Crowded teeth Crowded teeth are a common cause of the Black Triangle, especially people with severely crowded upper and lower anterior teeth. It is not easy to clean soft dirt and calculus. The gums are chronically stimulated by inflammation and cause gums to shrink.After a series of corrections, after the originally crowded teeth are aligned, the gap between adjacent teeth will be exposed, so a black triangle of gums will appear.Tips The main reason for the black triangle is that the teeth are not cleaned, resulting in the formation of plaque and calculus, which causes atrophy of the gums. Therefore, you must master the correct brushing method, brush your teeth every morning and evening, choose a small soft brush headtoothbrush.After brushing your teeth, use a dental flusher or floss to clean the food debris in the teeth, which can protect your mouth.Active treatment of periodontal disease, tooth cleaning every 6 months can remove calculus and soft dirt in time.If there is a black triangle after orthodontics, it is necessary to improve the problem by deglazing the teeth and deglazing the adjacent surfaces.

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Why does it hurt after tooth extraction?

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Pain is a problem that must be faced after tooth extraction. It is normal for teeth to have mild pain 2 days before tooth extraction. If the pain exceeds a certain limit or the duration is long, it may be caused by complications after tooth extraction.What are the causes of pain after tooth extraction?1. Excessive local swelling can cause local swelling and hemorrhage after tooth extraction, which can compress the nerve endings in the alveolar fossa, which makes people have obvious swelling around the tooth extraction wound or the jaw and face, and the pain becomes worse.2. The tooth extracted by the injury of the infratemporal forehead joint is in the back of the mouth. The patient needs to open the mouth or open the mouth for too long, which causes damage to the soft tissue in the joint area. Pain in the joint area, restricted opening of the mouth and bite pain often occur after surgery.Especially for people who suffer from disorders of the temporomandibular joint, the pain will increase after tooth extraction and may even spread to the surroundings.3. Some people with dry socket have severe pain three days after tooth extraction. Sometimes the pain radiates toward the top of the head, ear, temporal and mandibular area. There is a rancid smell in the mouth. Part or all of the clot in the socket is degraded and destroyed, The alveolar cavity is empty and has obvious tenderness. The surrounding gums are slightly swollen, accompanied by swollen lymph nodes and low fever, indicating that there is dry socket.This is related to many factors, such as excessive surgical trauma, infection of tooth extraction wounds, poor local blood circulation and fibrinolysis of blood clots.4. The tooth extracted by inflammation has a history of acute or chronic inflammation. When there are abnormal or purulent secretions around the tooth, the nerve endings damaged after tooth extraction will be in the socket of the tooth socket. Inflammatory substances around the tooth extraction wound may enter the tooth socketNests, thereby stimulating nerve endings and causing tooth pain.In addition, surgical trauma may also induce early inflammatory reactions, release inflammatory factors, stimulate peripheral nerves, and exacerbate pain infections.5. Soft tissues or hard tissues are damaged. When teeth are extracted, some factors make the oral soft tissues and hard tissues excessive or unexpected trauma, which will damage more peripheral nerves and cause pain.Excessive tension during tooth extraction can cause accidental head injury. Due to the sharpness of the tooth extraction equipment, soft tissues such as gums, tongue or mucous membranes, and lips may be injured.6. Infection of tooth extraction wounds After wound extraction, infection of wounds can cause local swelling and inflammation. At this time, it will compress and stimulate nerve endings around the extraction socket.The pain caused by infection usually occurs 3 days after tooth extraction. The more serious the infection, the more obvious the pain and swelling.Patients with moderate or higher pain may have obvious throbbing pain, red and swollen gums around the tooth extraction wound and tenderness, and purulent discharge in the extraction socket.Tips: If the pain persists for a week after tooth extraction, it still does not relieve, but there is a tendency to aggravate. The cause of the pain should be carefully analyzed, and then symptomatic treatment can reduce the pain.

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Taking medicine can also affect oral health?

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It is the drug’s three-way poisoning, whether it is the drug itself or drug metabolites, which will cause different degrees of damage to the liver and kidneys.But did you know that some medicines can also have certain side effects on the mouth and teeth, especially these kinds of oral diseases.Which oral diseases are related to taking medicine?1. Gum swelling and pain Some antiepileptic drugs, immunosuppressants, calcium channel blockers, etc., can cause excessive growth of the gums, increase the risk of bacterial infections, and are susceptible to gingivitis.Generally men and people with plaque are more prone to drug-induced gum swelling.Such people need to maintain good oral hygiene habits and have oral examinations about every three months.2. A variety of medicines in dry mouth can reduce saliva and dry the mouth, increasing the risk of gum disease and dental caries.The most common are antidepressant and anxiety drugs, Parkinson’s drugs, antihistamines and antipsychotic drugs, as well as Alzheimer’s drugs, certain antihypertensive drugs and anti-motion sickness drugs. These people need to drink more water, andChewing sugar-free gum can stimulate saliva secretion.3. Some oral ulcers can cause or aggravate oral ulcers, such as aspirin, antiepileptic drugs, sulfonamides and penicillin.In addition, the aerosol used for asthma will also reduce oral resistance and be prone to oral candidiasis.Therefore, gargle with warm water after using the inhaler.4. Oral mucositis Certain chemotherapy drugs can cause oral mucositis. The patient’s mouth and tongue have pain and swelling. In severe cases, oral ulcers and bleeding may occur, affecting normal eating.Such people need to quit smoking and alcohol, and master the correct way of brushing their teeth, which can alleviate the inflammation.5. Dental caries Prolonged use of sugar-containing drugs such as antacids, syrups, vitamins, and cough water will cause dental caries. After using the above drugs, gargle with warm water.6. Teeth discoloration During pregnancy, women use tetracycline antibiotics, which will make their teeth brown when they grow up. Pregnant women and children under 8 years of age cannot use tetracycline.Certain antibiotics, disinfectants, and infectious drugs that treat a variety of bacteria can also make teeth appear brown, gray, or yellow-brown.In addition, oral iron can make teeth black.7. Taste changes. A variety of drugs in life will change the patient’s taste, showing a metallic or bitter, salty taste, such as antihistamines, antibiotics, antifungals, blood sugar and cholesterol lowering drugs, gout drugs and diureticsAgent.However, this taste change is temporary, and it will return to normal after the drug is stopped.Warm reminder that the medicine will cause some damage to the oral cavity. To protect the teeth and mouth during the medication, you must brush your teeth carefully.Try to rinse your mouth with warm water or light saline after taking the medicine, and go to the hospital regularly for oral examination.

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Irregular teeth not only affect the appearance?

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Everyone wants to have a neat and white teeth. Opening the mouth to show the skewed teeth does affect the image. At the same time, it also increases the risk of oral diseases. You can learn about the harm caused by uneven teeth.What are the dangers of uneven teeth?1. Affect the health of the body. Irregular teeth can not play the role of tooth grinding and cutting, reduce the ability to chew, which causes indigestion.In addition, abnormal occlusion relationships can also affect the function of the temporomandibular joint, which can induce migraine, bruxism, tinnitus, and head and face pain.2. Abnormal pronunciation and bite relationship, such as anti-bite, will affect the normal pronunciation function, especially the special lip-tooth sound.3. Oral problems When teeth chew food, they can clean the teeth.If the teeth are not neat, it will weaken the self-cleaning function and increase the chance of caries, periodontitis and gingivitis.4. Affect the image. Abnormal size and position of teeth and jaws can affect the relationship between lips and teeth, and also destroy the coordination of lips, nose and chin, and even destroy the overall symmetry of the face.5. Influencing the breathing of small mandibular deformities can affect the airway width, leading to difficulty in breathing, and even make people snore while sleeping.What are the methods for correcting irregular teeth?1. Tongue bracket correction attaches brackets and other devices directly to the inside of the teeth. The bottom plate is ultra-thin and occupies small oral space. The effect is stable and durable, invisible and beautiful, and can solve tooth deformities.2. The correction of invisible brackets is based on the problem of dental deformity. Invisible braces are usually customized. One set is replaced every two weeks, which can slowly transform the teeth.The aesthetics are very good and are not easy to be discovered by others.In addition, the period of correction will not affect normal social activities, high comfort, fashion and invisibility.3. Correction of ceramic brackets The correction of teeth with ceramic and arch wire correction tools, the color is almost close to the true color of the tooth, the bracket is relatively transparent, and it is not easy to be noticed by the person. During the correction process, only a small line in the middle is exposed, beautiful and comfortableThe degree is better, and the cost performance is high.4. Metal bracket correction The metal bracket and the arch wire are mainly fixed by ligation, which has good control of the teeth and is strong and durable.This method is cheap and convenient for doctors to operate.Warmly remind that you can not brush your teeth on the day of orthodontics, otherwise it will aggravate the discomfort and bleeding may occur.After orthodontics, discomfort of the teeth appears, and the previous diet cannot be immediately restored. The main food is soft rice or porridge. After the adaptation period, the normal diet is restored.After orthodontics, you can’t eat your own hard food, such as pork ribs, sugar cane or nuts, otherwise the braces will loosen during the chewing process.

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How is gum atrophy caused?

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Gum atrophy is a common oral disease, which is generally related to gum disease. The clinical crown becomes longer after the gums recede, and the root surface is exposed. Because of the hot and cold sweet and sour stimulation, there will be dentin hypersensitivity, which not only increases discomfort, but also affects beauty.This is what gum atrophy is.What’s wrong with gum atrophy?1. As you age, your gums will shrink to varying degrees.All elderly people have much lower gingival attachment heights than when they were younger. This is because the periodontal tissues have been mechanically damaged and stimulated by inflammation for a long time.2. Misplaced teeth. Misappropriate or bad habits will cause the alveolar bone to be further absorbed, and the gums will shrink over time.There are also some people whose teeth have poor natural anatomy and large bifurcations, and these teeth have a high risk of alveolar bone resorption.3. Suffering from periodontitis after periodontitis treatment, because the inflammation and local irritation of periodontitis are eliminated, the swollen and inflamed gums will slowly return to normal.Periodontitis can cause alveolar bones to shrink, causing loss of attachment between gums and teeth, and the gums gradually shrink, exposing the roots of the teeth.4. Wrong brushing method Wrong brushing method and improper force will stimulate the gums and affect the gums and alveolar bones.Some people use toothpicks when brushing their teeth, which will stimulate local alveolar bone and gingival, and gradually form gingival atrophy.5. Unsuitable dentures are not suitable for carrying dentures. If movable denture fixtures stimulate the gums, it will cause inflammation and eventually cause gum atrophy.What to do with gum atrophy?A small amount of uniform gingival recession generally has no obvious symptoms and no special treatment is required.Sustained progress of gingival recession requires timely identification of the cause and targeted treatment, changing the bad habits of brushing teeth, correcting bad restorations in time, and adjusting the bite relationship. No matter what the cause of gingival atrophy is an irreversible process, it is impossible to make itThe most important thing to restore the original height when regenerating is to prevent it from increasing.For the receding of the gums of a few or individual anterior teeth, it will affect the appearance. Lateral transposition flap surgery and connective tissue transplantation can be used to cover the exposed root surface.Tips: Once the gums shrink, it is difficult to regenerate the gums and alveolar bones. This is an irreversible disease.Usually need to do prevention work, go to the hospital for oral health regularly, wash your teeth at least once a year, this is an effective measure to prevent gum inflammation.When suffering from periodontal disease, it is necessary to actively receive systematic periodontal treatment.Master the correct way of brushing your teeth and choose a blunt and soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste.Use vertical brush method or short lateral vibration method, and use dental floss or interdental brush to clean the food debris in the interdental, can not use toothpick.

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Dental floss vs toothpick, which one is better?

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After eating and drinking, one of the favorite things Chinese people do is pick their teeth with toothpicks.The toothpick is inserted into the tooth gap, picking and pulling, and the shredded meat stuck in the tooth gap will be immediately exposed, giving people an inexplicable sense of accomplishment.However, after the toothpick is used, you will find that your teeth are getting wider and wider, the teeth are getting looser, and the whole mouth is not good.At this time, many people will replace dental floss with dental floss.In recent years, as people’s awareness of oral health has increased, many people have begun to use dental floss.Compared with dental floss, which is better for dental care?Dental floss vs toothpick, which nursing effect is good?The answer must be dental floss.First let’s take a look at the toothpick, what are the shortcomings.Using toothpicks is not only unsafe, but also environmentally friendly. The texture of toothpicks is hard and thick. It is easy to hurt the gums when picking teeth with toothpicks. It is also difficult to remove food debris from the clean teeth.It is easier to induce oral inflammation.In addition, there are also many toothpicks on the market with excessive bleach and unqualified disinfection.Secondly, we turn our attention to the dental floss.Dental floss is a flat, soft thread that does not hurt the gums or widens the teeth. It is also easy to carry.At the same time, when you use dental floss, you can effectively remove the residues in the teeth and the plaque adjacent to the teeth, so that the soft dirt and food debris hidden in the teeth and the neck can be completely removed, which can preventThe role of oral diseases.When using dental floss, please note: For people who are used to using toothpicks, using dental floss may not be used to it, and it is more difficult to master its use skills.But in fact, the more you use dental floss, the faster your teeth will become.To use dental floss, we should stick to the following points: 1. Use dental floss at least once a day; 2. Use dental floss before brushing your teeth, so that it will become part of your daily life; 3. Cut each time you use30-40 cm conventional floss; 4. Wrap most of it around the fingers of one hand and 2-3 cm around the fingers of the other hand; 5. Slowly move the floss towards the gums,Make sure to clean both teeth.6. The use of dental floss may cause bleeding, but this problem will be resolved over time.

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Why do oral ulcers recur?

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What are you most afraid of eating? What are you most afraid of?As for why you can’t breathe, for some people, it’s all caused by oral ulcers.Don’t underestimate this small mouth ulcer, although the ulcer is small, the sense of presence is not small.Once you get an oral ulcer, it really is “it’s not delicious to eat,” let alone eating spicy, that is, the light food passes over the ulcer, the taste, I really don’t want to experience the second.Can’t help but sigh, what did you do wrong, so that the mouth ulcers “entangle the world” with themselves?Why do oral ulcers occur?1. When we lack some trace elements in our body, such as zinc and iron, or lack of folic acid and vitamin B12, resulting in decreased immunity, it may increase the risk of oral ulcers.2. Because eating habits often eat spicy food or deep-fried food, there will be some overheating in the body. If the oral mucosa happens to be damaged, the probability of oral ulcers will increase greatly.3. Some people’s physique is particularly sensitive. If you eat some beef and mutton, it will cause oral ulcers due to allergies.4. If the number of bacteria in the mouth is particularly large, such as Helicobacter pylori, it may not only cause oral ulcers, but also cause bad breath.This “social embarrassing cancer” is really undesirable.How to prevent oral ulcers?1. Eat less scorching foods such as frying and grilling to avoid scorching and increase the chance of oral ulcers.Of course, it ’s okay to eat and eat occasionally. The daily diet is still a little lighter.Usually eat more fruits, because the vitamins contained in it are particularly abundant, which can be a good supplement to the various diseases caused by vitamin deficiency in the body..2. Pay attention to oral hygiene, develop a good habit of brushing your teeth frequently, and rinse your mouth as soon as possible after eating, which can alleviate some bacteria in the mouth, so the recovery effect of oral ulcers is very good.The toothbrush we use also needs to be changed frequently, every three months, because there are many bacteria hidden in the toothbrush. If you accidentally damage the oral mucosa, it may lead to bacterial infection.And be sure to choose your own toothbrush, if the toothbrush hair is too hard will cause loss of our gums, so inflammation of the mouth will also appear.3. Remember to drink more water every day, because timely water supplementation can promote some metabolism in the body, when some toxins in the body are excreted as soon as possible, reducing the occurrence of ulcers.4. When inflammation of the throat appears, it must be controlled as soon as possible. If these inflammations are not treated in time, our body’s resistance will be reduced, and bacteria will grow particularly quickly, so it will also cause oral ulcers.Normally, we must protect our mouths. When ulcers occur, we must treat them as soon as possible. We can take some medicines for clearing away heat and detoxification. When taking medicines, we must follow the doctor ’s advice and drink some clearing tea.drink.And also pay attention to a reasonable diet, these can reduce the appearance of oral ulcers.

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