Dr. Krinita Motwani Dental Clinic

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  • Cavities are a result of the plaque sticking to the teeth. This plaque produces an acid that eats through the enamel and creates a hole in the tooth. This hole is called a cavity. In due course, the cavity can get larger and affect the teeth roots, if it is not treated properly. Now the question that may be topmost on your mind is how to prevent cavities? This blog will give you simple tips to prevent cavities but regular dental visits are a must so as to keep your oral health in check. If you do not know any dentists, you can turn to the internet to find the best dentists in Mumbai. There are many things that you can do to prevent cavities, some of which are described below:
  • Brush teeth regularly: You should brush your teeth for at least two minutes a minimum of twice a day. This has been recommended by the top 10 dentists in Mumbai.
  • Prioritize nighttime brushing: Our saliva naturally protects our teeth against cavities; however, saliva production decreases while you sleep. This is why I am advising you to prioritize night-time brushing.
  • Check your toothpaste: Check if your toothpaste contains fluoride. You can always ask dental clinics in Bandra west for their recommendations for a good toothpaste.
  • Use a soft-bristled tooth-brush: Using a soft-bristled toothbrush so that the soft bristles can easily get between your teeth to clean the food particles and plaque.
  • Replace your toothbrush frequently: Every three to four months examine your toothbrush. If the bristles are no longer straight, it is time to go for a new one.
  • Floss on a daily basis: Daily flossing is an important part of maintaining good oral hygiene. You should floss at least once a day on a daily basis, preferably at night.
  • Treat dry mouth: Avoid dry mouth. If you are using medications, aging or are facing other medical conditions, this phenomenon will trouble you and also cause further dental problems.
  • Stay away from sugary, sticky foods: Sugary & sticky foods are the favored food of the bacteria that form the plaque in the teeth. In addition, dried fruit like raisins may get stuck between the teeth and become difficult to remove.