In general, dental health refers to improper functioning of mouth specially teeth and the gums. It is suggested by oral health experts, to have a regular checkup for at least once in every 6 months to ensure that your gums are free from infections that result in swelling of gums, tooth decay and bad breath.
Dental problems can be prevented in natural ways such as flossing daily, brushing two times a day and rinsing mouth once you finish with your meal. Educate yourself by reading books to get complete idea about the common dental problems and their causes that have long time effects.
The infographic depicts various common dental diseases that occur in humans:
Tooth decay – a common tooth disease often referred as cavities by the oral health experts.
Gum disease – infection in gums that surround the human’s teeth.
Oral cancer – a common cancer type that damages mouth, lips and throat.
Bad breath – over 85% of a people suffer from halitosis, a bad breathing problem.
Tooth sensitivity – discomfort or slight pain whenever you consume any cool or hot water and any edible item.
Dental plaque – a plaque that looks yellow in color develops on teeth due to improper brushing.
In order to promote or enhance your oral health, it is suggested to have a balanced diet and very often these dental diseases can lead to heart attacks, pregnancy issues, diabetes, periodontal diseases and respiratory diseases.