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Add cavities cause you may not know

May 27th 2014 at 10:17 PM

Sugar is one of the main causes of tooth decay should, if you do not pay attention to oral hygiene carefully. However, whether only new candy or sweets that you have a problem with sugar? The answer is no.
In one day, you usually eat two to three meals salty meals with the Vietnam often indispensable for the meals of rice, sticky rice or noodles or, pho ... with breakfast. Rice, noodles or vermicelli ... are the starch component.

There are quite a few people know, it is not only the sweet taste new foods containing sugar, starch and texture of sugar. Starch sugar may not be as much as in the other sweets, but it also brings certain harm to dental health.

When you eat, for example, the amount of sugar contained in food stuff from starch immediately converted to organic sugar effects to tooth enamel, if left long enamel will lose minerals, and easily cause tooth decay .

You also encounter the same thing even with the breakfast dishes like sticky rice starch peanuts or chicken noodle soup.

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Starch noodles also contain sugar.

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Sugar also in your daily bowl of rice.

All starchy foods are brought to the risk of tooth enamel due to the effects of sugar. That means, even if you do not have to be a sweet spot, just eat the main meal of the day and rarely eat sweets, you also need to pay attention to the risk of tooth decay caused by sugar.

However, we can totally prevent this risk in simple ways. Brushing your teeth regularly not just twice a day, but also need to properly. You should not brush your teeth too quickly, slowly brushing as a period of relaxation during the day. After the meal thoroughly remember mouthwash, dental floss use as needed if you see food still caught in the teeth.

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