The dangers of tooth decay.

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Tooth decay can occur for many reasons. If left untreated, It may spread to the tooth nerve causing inflammation. and infection of the root tip of the tooth health. It forms pus and penetrates into nearby tissue. It then spreads to affect the swallowing, breathing, or vision systems.

  1. Teeth are sensitive when eating hot or cold food from the tooth surface being eroded. Until holes form from the outer enamel layer into the dentin.UFABET 
  2. Toothache, purulent root inflammation From tooth decay penetrating the tooth nerve cavity
  3. If symptoms of inflammation and pus occur. There is a risk of infection spreading to other parts of the body. Such as the eyes, throat, sinus cavity, brain, and respiratory system. As a result, it affects your ability to swallow food, breathe, and even see.

How to prevent tooth decay?

  1. You should see a dentist to check your oral and dental health every 6-12 months in order to provide treatment in the early stages. that do not yet have symptoms and can be cured before the disease spreads further 
  2. Oral examination, scaling and teeth cleaning This will help reduce the occurrence of dental caries. Helps prevent and stop problems in the mouth and other dental diseases 
  3. You should brush your teeth at least 2 times a day, in the morning and before bed. And use dental floss to help clean between the teeth where the bristles of your toothbrush can’t reach.