Dudley Doyle posted an update 8 months, 3 weeks ago
When food is extremely hot or extremely cold, metal and resin fillings may contract and expand and cause teeth to crack. Fillings may also begin to leak. For instance, you should not eat ice cream and then, drink hot water. The temperature of the mouth should gradually rise to normal after eating food. The converse is also true. Do not drink cold water after drinking hot tea or coffee. Otherwise, small fracture lines may develop in the teeth.
Second, they make sure they hire workers for 39 1/2 hour weeks. You know what this means right? No benefits for basically full time workers. No health coverage, dental coverage, no nothing. They work one half hour short of full time so they can’t be covered under their insurance. Not very noble.
Clean your teeth twice a day without fail. Scrape your tongue as well. Use a toothpaste that is designed to work, not a major brand commercial one that’s full of salts and sugar.
Well, I thought to myself, that was an answer, but not one that helped me at all. I still had the same problem I had before I asked my "expert" dentist for his help.
The kind of bad breath that sets your friends and family back on their heels when you open your mouth to speak. The kind of bad breath that makes you embarrassed and frustrated, hopeless and helpless.
Some of the orthodontist may prefer battery or an electric toothbrush. The reason is that the dental experts and dentists believe that battery and electric toothbrush has a set speed. Due to the set speed it becomes very easy to remove food particles from the teeth and braces. Moreover these brushes also reduce the chances of gum injuries. But the selection of battery brush is also very important. Always try to choose such models which automatically clean the teeth for at least two minutes. For this purpose you can also set the timer for two minutes and enjoy the fabulous brushing. The cost of such brush is a bit expensive than the manual soft-bristled brush.
Take a roll of bandages, safety pins and scissors. Tweezers are always good to have around too because you never know what foreign materials could penetrate your skin. You should always have ointments and alcohols for treating abrasions and if you are prone to allergies and itching, antihistamine medications like Benadryl should be handy.
Toothpaste that has fluoride in it should be avoided. This chemical ion is present in food and water. When children use toothpaste with fluoride added it can sometimes cause a white build-up on the enamel which causes discoloration. Simply using toothpaste without fluoride is a great way to get your teeth whiter.