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Can bone loss in your teeth be prevented

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Can Bone Loss in Your Teeth Be Prevented?
Periodontal diseases lead to tooth loss or loss of the bone around the tooth. The disease starts with gum
disease and advances to bone loss in your teeth; the disease can be prevented.
Yes, bone loss in your teeth can be prevented. Prevention is simple when you are conscious of what
caused it and how to avoid it. As stated, bone loss is caused by gum disease that advances until you lose
the tooth bone.
So, How Do You Prevent It?
Take care of your teeth.
It is always the first prevention measure. You need to take good care of your oral health. Brush your
teeth twice a day and, if possible, after every meal. When brushing your teeth, use fluoride toothpaste;
if you have an electric toothbrush, the better. Floss your teeth at least once a night and be gentle with
the floss. Minimise acidic food intake. And if you take them, rinse your mouth to ensure the amount of
acid in your mouth is reduced. Visit your dentist regularly for checkups.
Healthy diet
A healthy diet is not only good for your body but also for your teeth. Your bones need calcium and
vitamin D. Ensure you eat foods that are rich in calcium and vitamin D. Milk, cheese, and other dairy
products are good sources of calcium. Food rich in vitamin D includes egg yolk, oily fish and dairy
products.
Smoking
Quit smoking. I know it is not that easy to quit, but you need to stop. It is because people who smoke
are more prone to periodontal diseases, increasing bone loss.
Tooth replacement
You can prevent bone loss by replacing a tooth that was extracted by giving the jawbone a root that
exerts the same or similar pressure as natural teeth. It can be done by having dental implants or a fixed
implant-supported bridge.
It is essential to take care of your teeth to avoid bone loss around them. If you need a dentist or want to
consult on bone loss, get in touch with the team by contacting us or visiting the website Next Smile™
Brisbane Dental.
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