Protecting dental health

Early diagnosis is very important for dental diseases and the protection of dental health. For this reason, it is recommended to be examined by a dentist at least twice a year.

In the prevention of tooth decay, adequate fluoride in water, regular brushing of teeth, flossing, avoiding excessively sweet and sugary foods as much as possible, brushing teeth when these are eaten, and going to dentist controls are the basic practices. Tooth brushing and regular dental check-ups are also important in the prevention of gum diseases.

If there are developmental disorders in the teeth, the necessary treatment should be provided by applying to specialized units in special dentistry branches at an early stage.

Excessively acidic and sugary foods increase the effect of microorganisms. Teeth should not be mixed with hard objects, nuts, walnuts, etc. Shelled foods should not be broken with the teeth. These cause the tooth enamel to crack and increase the effect of bacteria. The protective effect of tooth enamel disappears.