Things you need to know about your teeth



Things you need to know about teeth

Healthy teeth are really important for our overall health. They help us to bite, chew, smile and speak.
It's important to understand the different types of teeth you have throughout your life and how to care for it.
This act (Growing of Gum and Teeth) start from when the baby is still a fetus since "a child’s baby" teeth are being made before birth while the baby is still inside the mother’s womb.

Teeth

Things you need to know about teeth
Healthy teeth are really important for our overall health. They help us to bite, chew, smile and speak.
It's important to understand the different types of teeth you have throughout your life and how to care for it.
This act (Growing of Gum and Teeth) start from when the baby is still a fetus since "a child’s baby" teeth are being made before birth while the baby is still inside the mother’s womb.
In this article we will learn:
How to take care of our children teeth and the skin (gums) around them
How to take care of our teeth and the skin (gums) around them
Common dental problems and how to treat them

Benefits of healthy teeth
• Good Health
• Good Looks
• Good Speech
• Good Eating
• Good Breath

Teeth

Sour Grapes: You should drink the juice of sour grapes for two purposes, improving appetite and boosting digestive heath. Remember to take this continuously every And when you think of your teeth, think of your gums. Gums are important for holding each tooth in place.
You need strong teeth to eat different kinds of foods. Different foods are important for health.
 Nuts, maize, fruits, and meat are some of the best foods—but they are difficult to bite and chew if your teeth are loose and hurting!
Since the act start from when the baby is still in the womb "a child’s baby" teeth are being made before birth while the baby is still inside the mother’s womb.
During the last months of pregnancy and the first few months after the child is born, the baby teeth take their final form. Pregnant mothers and young children need good food and good health in order to have strong baby teeth.
 The care of baby teeth continue after birth, before the teeth come out
Breast feed to help a child’s teeth grow and stay strong. An older child can drink from a cup.
Do not give a baby anything to drink from a bottle. Sweet tea, sugar water or fruit juice can easily make holes in the child’s teeth.
Even though this set will only be around for a short time, their health is essential to your baby's gums and those future permanent teeth. Make sure your baby's new teeth get the best care.
Start cleaning your child's mouth even before her teeth come in. Wipe the gums off after each feeding with a warm, wet washcloth

For Adults
Eat only good healthy foods
The best food is food that you grow or raise yourself. Mix different kinds of food together and eat several times a day. This helps your body as well as your teeth and gums to stay strong and healthy.
Traditional food is usually good food.
Sweet food, especially the kind you buy from the store, can mix with germs and make cavities—holes in the teeth. Soft food sticks to the teeth easily and it, too, can make a coating of germs and food on the teeth that starts an infection in the gums—gum disease.
Soft and sweet food and drinks with a lot of sugar are bad for both teeth and gums.

Characteristics of Strong teeth
They would be whitish in colour
The front surface would be smooth

Weak teeth
They would have yellow marks