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Signs of Healthy Teeth

Posted on 6/5/2023 by Office
Signs of Healthy TeethHealthy teeth are crucial for your overall general health and well-being. They will enable you to talk, eat appropriately, and promote your self-confidence and esteem. Keeping your teeth clean will help you avoid having oral dental issues. Here are some signs of healthy teeth:

No Bad Breath

Bad breath is caused by bacteria accumulation in the mouth. Proper brushing and flossing can help get rid of bad breath. People with healthy teeth do not have foul breath. Bad breath shows you have underlying oral problems caused by poor oral hygiene.

Healthy Gums

Healthy teeth are usually supported by healthy gums that are pink and strong. Bleeding, swollen, and red gums may be symptoms of gum disease. Healthy gums should not have pockets or flaps.

No Cavities

Cavities, which are tiny holes in the teeth brought on by dental decay, do not exist in healthy teeth. Regular dental cleanings and examinations can avoid cavities and other dental issues.

No Sensitivity

Healthy teeth are not sensitive to hot, cold, or sugary foods. Tooth sensitivity is a sign of gum recession, dental decay, or enamel erosion. Sensitive teeth may cause sharp pain or discomfort when you chew or bite something.

Proper Teeth Alignment

Your teeth alignment is crucial not only for a radiant smile but also for a level bite. Healthy teeth are well aligned and offer a sound bite. It may be challenging to effectively clean your teeth if they are crowded, misaligned, or crooked, resulting in gum disease and other oral health issues.

No Teeth Movement

Healthy teeth are decay-free and should sit firmly in your jawbone and gums, providing a superior bite with no room for movement. If the gum disease is not treated, the teeth can start loosening right from the roots, which can lead to tooth loss.

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