September 3rd, 2013
Your body is just a very complex thing in central London, but if the smallest thing goes wrong in any part of it, it can have ramifications throughout. If things go wrong in your mouth for instance, it can affect your general health all round. Things like periodontal disease and gum disease can infect your blood stream and after a while cause your heart to break-down and fail, as well as other organs. If you don’t care for you’re teeth and gums either, an abscess may well break out and this can be a very life threatening condition indeed. These are desperately important for the general health of your body. Up your level of oral hygiene as well: always keep up with appointments at the dentists and never be afraid to go for a bit wider of the field in order to look after your teeth- with herbal products for example- new products like toothbrushes and pastes; and something different if your mouth is suffering. Anything you learn about and try out will only be good for your teeth and gums, and in the end, it will also help you to care for your body, as well as your mouth.
August 26th, 2013
Your gums are a much prised procession in your mouth: they house your teeth and ensure that you have a stunning smile whenever you go dashing around central London. However, they are very delicate and are certainly not indestructible; they are also very vulnerable to infection and disease, so you need to put in a lot of effort to keep them healthy- as you do with your teeth. Food can easily get lodged in your teeth and up around your gums, so you should make flossing an important part of your oral cleaning each day. If you do start to have problems with your gums though, you need to pull out all the stops to settle them down again; massaging herbal products into them will promote blood flow and stimulate them. Bleeding gums need urgent attention as it could indicate disease has crept in; alter your oral hygiene, seek solace and advice from your dentist. Again, going herbal will help, as will rinsing your mouth out with salt water. But your gums don’t react well to smoking or a dodgy diet when they start to have problems, so you are going to have to think about altering your ways- that’s if you want to avoid the horror of gum disease and keep your teeth in your mouth for the rest of your life.
August 22nd, 2013
Some things in life can get nasty in you mouth in central London, but a particularly evil one is gum disease and you need to go ‘hell for leather’ in order to fight this off. Like most things that cause issues in your mouth, plaque is always the start of them; once this sticky film gets dug in, it will turn to tartar and once it starts to build up around the base of the teeth, it will begin to infect the gums and hence, you will be veering towards gum disease. In the early days, it is hard to spot, but the indication of early problems are when your gums bleed when you brush; your gums may also weep and leave a bad taste in your mouth. If you act quickly to fight it with better oral hygiene, diet and greater care for your mouth in general, you can overcome the threat. Get your dentist involved too, as well as a hygienist because they can advise you on where you are going wrong and help you to see the things that you have done to kick this disease off in the first place. But you should bear in mind the outcomes that gum disease can cause later down your life: your teeth will fall out and it will destroy the bone structure below, which will make repair work even harder to perform. Worse still, the toxins fed into the bloodstream by this disease will end up destroying your heart and other vital organs in your body.
July 16th, 2013
Plaque just never knows when to throw the towel in: always ready to strike, always ready get nasty and people in central London should always ensure that they maintain a high level of oral hygiene because when it is aloud to grow, it can then throw its big guns at you, like tooth decay and periodontal disease. Plaque is a horrible sticky substance that breeds from bacteria on the teeth and if not removed, it will quickly harden into tartar and strangle the life out of the gums, and then infect them. Once this happens, the gums will then start to pull away from the teeth, allowing the infection to move down into the bone structure below the tooth- you are now looking at tooth loss. All this can be prevented in the beginning and there is no excuse really because there are two things on your side- products and your dentist. More and more, the products on the shelves of shops are designed at dealing with plaque: there are plaque and tartar busting toothbrushes, toothpastes and mouthwashes; you can even get a dye that will show up the areas where plaque is lurking. Then you have your dentist who will spot tartar straight away and remove it. Getting rid of periodontal disease is not so easy though: it can take months to remove the infection after which, you may require bone and tissue grafts, so do yourself a favour, work harder at keeping your teeth clean.
May 29th, 2013
As you get older in central London, you will start to notice how the more indestructible qualities start to fade and how problems can start to crop up. This is also true of the way your teeth and gums start to succumb to problems; it gets harder to keep on top of things but one condition you should always be alert to is gum disease. I not only rip’s the heart out of your gums, threatening you with tooth loss, it can also rip the life out of your heart as well over time. As soon as you start to suffer from this condition, it will leak toxins and poisons into your blood and if left unchecked, it will promote disease in your heart, causing it to fail in the future. It will also demand a lot of hard work and effort in order to beat it. If your teeth show any signs of bleeding once you have brushed them, you must act fast. Talk to your hygienist about everything that you do in your life and come up with a game plan in order to fight the disease. This may well involve a huge change in lifestyle with your diet, your habits at home- smoking and drinking and then sorting out your oral hygiene. You need to throw everything you can at gum disease, because the trail of destruction it can leave throughout your body can be fatal in the long run.
February 28th, 2013
If there is one disease in central London that causes more devastation and complications in your mouth more than any other, it’s gum disease, and not content just to destroy your gums, it will be poisoning your blood, your heart and other organs as well. It starts, like anything does in your mouth, with the build up of tartar and plaque on the surfaces of your teeth and whilst unleashing the threat of tooth decay upon you, it will start to infect your gums. The first signs of this can either be picked up by your dentist, or if your gums weep, you have a bad taste in your mouth or you have blood on your toothbrush after you have cleaned your teeth. This is the time to strike back as stopping the problem now will also help to save your teeth further down the line (as well as your life). Your dentist will do all that can be done in the dental surgery, but it is the way you deal with it at home that really counts. For a start, cut out any bad habits you may have like smoking and drinking and then enrich your diet to build up you immune system: this provides your mouth with saliva and you need it to help fight off bacteria. The it’s down to oral hygiene- change it, rinse with salt water after brushing, use herbal remedies on your brush and dental floss and at the end of the day, treat your gums with a herbal massage to stimulate them and get the blood flowing again within. And even once the disease is under control, keep these new found ways of looking after your gums and teeth going.
January 19th, 2013
For some people, the wearing of dentures not only symbolises the onslaught of old age, but also as some form of imprisonment that has taken away the general freedom to ever be you again. And dentures in the past have done nothing to destroy these myths either. But thankfully, modern dentures, and the time and effort put into developing them, has rather brought them back from the verge of extinction and dare it be said, made them ‘cool’ again. The treatment of gum and periodontal disease has meant that dentists save a lot more teeth these days, which has seen a big rise in people wearing partial dentures. They are not only cheap; they are softer- meaning they adhere better to the gums and surrounding teeth, and are easy to pop in and out. The same can be said of full dentures too: they look natural and again, being made from softer materials, they adhere better to the mouth. But alongside the ever improving adhesives that are being used to keeping dentures in the mouth, it’s the use of mini dental implants that have brought about the revolution and freedom for today’s denture wearers; a handful of these located around the jawbone lock the dentures solidly into place.
January 4th, 2013
Central London is a very demanding place to live and expects the best of you at all times; the way you look is essential in this as appearances mean everything and can be the difference between you getting ahead or not. However, all of this is pointless if you suffer with bad breath as it can undo everything you have strived to achieve- so it needs to be fought against to get yourself back in the game. The causes can be many-fold; habits such as smoking, heavy drinking and a poor diet can help to dry up the saliva in the mouth, and if this happens, you are leaving yourself open to gum disease and tooth decay- another two protagonists in bad breath. Firstly, you need to see your dentist and hygienist in order to check for problems in your teeth and gums and then work out a way to tackle your diet and bad habits in order to get the saliva levels up in your mouth again. Your oral hygiene must change and improve: introducing herbal remedies into your daily programme can help to calm your mouth down and restore the blood flow back into the gums; your tongue must also be cleaned as it harbours lots of bacteria. Drinking lots of water can also help in keeping the mouth hydrated, as can chewing gum and sucking on sugar-free sweets. If all of these methods fail to work, then you’ll need to see a doctor, as the problem could well be emanating from deep inside you and completely unrelated to your mouth.
December 25th, 2012
Your gums and teeth are very complex combinations that need constant care and attention, because the things that attack them are equally as complex; out of the two, the gums are probably more susceptible to disease. Poor lifestyle and oral hygiene are two of the main reasons why plaque will build up around the teeth and turn into tartar, and soon it will infect the gums. The early signs of this are when you clean your teeth and discover blood on your toothbrush- this is the time to act and act fast: talk to your dentist, clean up your act when it comes to your diet and your hygiene and start to care for your gums. Incorporate herbal remedies when you brush and floss and massage your gums daily to encourage stimulation in the blood flow. Gum disease can be beaten, but you have to keep on top of it at all times, otherwise, aside from leading to your teeth falling out, it is a killer. Whilst it is present, it will leak deadly toxins into the bloodstream and these will be deposited into your heart and other vital organs in your body and over a sustained period of time, these organs will pack in. it truly is a disease not to be taken lightly and should be acted upon fast in central London.
October 20th, 2012
The gums house your teeth: they are delicate yes, but they keep the blood flowing around the mouth in order to keep your teeth healthy. However, their fragility leaves them vulnerable to abuse from the elements that enter the mouth. As ever, all of us are different, and some gums are stronger than others, but generally, if you have a healthy lifestyle, you gums will be strong as well, as long as you eat well and maintain a good level of oral hygiene. If only that were the case in such a tempting place like London eh? Sometimes, we may well throw caution to the wind and let our hair down: this is where the gums come under threat and if you continue on this course, they can well become diseased. The first signs being when you are rinsing blood out of your mouth after brushing and this is the time you must act fast to stop it going any further and get along to see your dentist. If after the check-up, you check out okay, then it may be that you are just using too hard a brush for your mouth. But, a dentist will pick up on any signs of gum disease and will take the appropriate measures by deep cleaning and scaling below the gum line. This alone won’t solve the problem, but your dentist or hygienist can also enlighten you as to what to do at home in order to stop the gums from bleeding, and then what you should continue to do to avoid the problem from ever happening again.