The Longrich White-Tea Toothpaste: A healthy mouth is more important than you might think. Consider everything you do with your mouth each day. You use your mouth to eat, to smile, to speak, and more. Poor oral health can affect all of these things.
Having a healthy mouth, teeth, and gums can also have overall health benefits. Systemic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease are improved with better dental health.
Good oral health isn’t hard to achieve but it does take discipline. Use these tips for a lifetime of taking care of your mouth and teeth.
A baby’s first set of teeth is almost completely formed at birth. At first, these teeth are “hiding” under the gums. Typically, babies get their first tooth when they’re around 6 months old. These baby teeth let your baby chew food and talk well. You baby’s first set of teeth also holds the space where permanent teeth will eventually be. They help permanent teeth grow in straight.
Clean your baby’s new teeth every day. When the teeth first come in, clean them by rubbing them gently with a clean wet washcloth. When the teeth are bigger, use a child’s toothbrush.
Don’t let your baby go to sleep with a bottle. This can leave milk or juice sitting on the teeth and cause cavities that are known as “baby-bottle tooth decay.”
Children under 2 years of age shouldn’t use toothpaste. Instead, use water to brush your child’s teeth.
Teach your children how to brush their teeth properly and the importance of keeping their teeth clean. Make sure they brush their tongue, too. Also make sure they spit out all toothpaste and don’t swallow it.
Take your children to the dentist regularly. The American Dental Association recommends that children see their dentist starting at 1 year of age.
Encourage older children to eat low-sugar snacks, such as fruits, cheese, and vegetables. Avoid giving your child sticky, chewy candy.
Continued oral care is important as your children become teens. They now have adult (permanent) teeth. Helping them take good care of their mouth and teeth will help them have pleasant breath, a nice smile, and fewer cavities. Here are some simple things they can do:
Brush their teeth at least twice a day with a longrich toothpaste. Brush your tongue, too.
Floss their teeth at least once a day.
Don’t smoke or chew tobacco, which can stain teeth, give bad breath, and cause cancer.
Wear the right protective headgear while playing contact sports.
Maintaining good mouth and tooth care as an adult can help you avoid tooth loss, painful gums, or other problems.
Here are some helpful things you can do:
Brush your teeth at least twice a day with a LONGRICH WHITE-TEA TOOTHPASTE
Floss your teeth at least once a day.
Don’t smoke or chew tobacco.
When you don’t regularly take good care of your teeth and mouth, you could experience the following problems.
Cavities. Cavities are caused by tooth decay. Your teeth can decay when you don’t brush and floss them regularly to get leftover food off of them. If left untreated, cavities can cause tooth pain, can cause your tooth to become infected, and can even lead to tooth loss.
Gum disease: Gum disease happens when plaque collects along your gum line. Gum disease is an infection of the tissue that supports your teeth. It can cause teeth to become loose over time. There is also evidence that gum disease is related to heart disease. Experts aren’t sure if gum disease makes you more likely to have heart disease or vice versa.
Oral cancer: Smoking, chewing tobacco, and alcohol can increase your risk for oral cancer (cancer in your mouth). Poor oral hygiene alone may not increase your risk for oral cancer. When you combine it with any other risk factor, though, it dramatically boosts your chances of getting cancer.
Poor self-esteem: When your teeth aren’t clean, you have bad breath. Bad breath can make you feel uncomfortable at work, school, and in social situations. Bad breath takes away your confidence. Longtime poor oral health can result in tooth loss, which can make you smile less. All of these things can damage your self-esteem, or how you see yourself.
To effectively take care of your teeth you must brush your teeth at least twice a day using the LONGRICH WHITE-TEA TOOTHPASTE which is made from natural herbs which kill bacteria that eat up the gum, whiten the teeth and freshen breath.
Other benefits of using the LONGRICH WHITE-TEA TOOTHPASTE includes,
Deep Cleansing: The presence of trisodium phosphate and TCS (an antibacterial and antifungal agent) helps to keep the mouth and teeth clean, keeping the mouth and teeth free from harmful bacteria.
For Fresh Breath: The LONGRICH WHITE-TEA TOOTHPASTE also known as the multi-effect White Tea Toothpaste has the presence of mint essence. This helps to disinfect and maintain mouth freshness for over 24 hours.
Reinforces The Gum: The blend of white tea and aloe vera gel protects the gums. That is, strengthens it from the roots, prevents and treats major gum issues. Some of which are bleeding gums, gingivitis, tartar, periodontitis and more.
Fluoride Free: Fluoride is suitably replaced by a blend of xylitol, white tea and Ca GP. This combination produces excellent results far better than normal fluoride toothpaste.
Reduces Dental Hypersensitivity: The key ingredient in the longrich toothpaste is strontium chloride which is responsible for eliminating all forms of tooth sensitivity, caused by environmental conditions such as cold, acidity, sweetness, or shock.
PH Buffering: Food-grade trisodium phosphate contained in the toothpaste is responsible for maintaining the weak alkaline pH of the oral mucosa. Thereby neutralizing any acidity (the major cause of tooth decays)
Prevents And Treats Dental Decay: The major cause of cavities and tooth decay is acidity. Synthetic sugars in most toothpaste are usually broken down within the oral cavity to acids.
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