Tips for mouth problemsHealthy Living

October 25, 2014 11:39
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The "Mouth", it can destroy your day if it is not given proper care, after taking care also still are you suffering from mouth problem, well not to worry here are few problems of mouth and remidies to cure and avoiding them to attack your mouth.

Canker Sores
The exact cause of most canker sores is unknown.Stress or tissue injury is thought to be the cause of simple canker sores and the sores usually heal without treatment in about a week or two. If sores are large, painful, or persistent, you can prefer antimicrobial mouth rinse, a corticosteroid ointment, over-the-counter solution to reduce the pain and irritation.

Burned Roof of Your Mouth
The damage is done the too hot food has been consumed, and your burned mouth is in pain step one is to get something cool in your mouth to relieve the pain. coat your burned tongue or mouth with something soothing that provides another layer of relief. Milk is an excellent choice because of its coating action.

Dry Mouth:
"Usually your salivary glands put out enough saliva to keep your mouth feeling moist. When that’s not happening, it's sometimes just an issue of hydration,If your mouth is suddenly much drier than usual or you're also experiencing dryness in other areas like your eyes, talk to your dentist or physician to make sure there's no systemic problem going on
Painful Tongue Bumps
The papillae that contain the taste buds on the tongue form in a V that leads to the back of the throat. You also have lingual tonsils or a round mass of lymphatic tissue at the back of the tongue that will look like a bump In most cases the bumps on your tongue are normal and do not require further investigation from a doctor. The bumps may even get larger or become inflamed in the case of infections or injury. If the bumps appear to be discolored, very large or have uneven boarders you should contact your doctor

Bad breath
Bad breath, medically called halitosis, can result from poor dental health habits,types of foods you eat and other unhealthy lifestyle to get rid of Bad breatheDrink Water Regularly,Use Tongue ScrapersRinse with Mouthwash,Floss Regularlyand Eat Breath-Friendly Foods

Teeth Stains
While you certainly don't have to give up your morning cup of coffee or your evening peg of whisky, if your teeth are discoloring, you might want to consider consuming less of these foods and beverages and thoroughly rinsing your mouth with water after you're done eating or drinking.

Bleeding Gums
Start combating the problem now by paying a visit to your dental hygienist for a scale and polish and then start as you mean to go on by brushing properly (including gently brushing around the gum line), flossing (try interdental sticks if you find tape too fiddly) and if you have one, switch to the gum massage setting on your electric tooth brush.

AW: Arun Kumar

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