|Natural, Yogic & Ayurvedic treatment for Teeth|
Tooth decay , blackening of teeth, and cavity is known as loss of teeth and the children are more prone to tooth decay than elderly. What is tooth decay, why it occurs and how it can be prevented. Children are more prone to tooth decay because like elders they neither give proper attention to oral hygiene nor they know the method of cleaning teeth. Children love toffee. Chocolate, sweets, tamarind, ice cream, burfi, laddoo, pede, rasgulla etc. children eat these and do not even gargle which leads to decay.
Children's milk teeth are not as hard as secondary teeth of elders and therefore imposition of cavity is easier. Eating something every time, eating ice cream, biscuit or chocolate and similar sticky stuff and not cleansing the teeth properly becomes the reason of tooth decay. Some ladies bottle feed infants to make them sleep; this situation is dangerous for their teeth because this milk keeps the mouth sweet continuously thereby increasing chances of tooth decay.
If sweet has to be eaten take it only once not repeatedly. Improvement in food habit is necessary, children taking breakfast lunch and dinner in a day are healthier than the children eating several times and the chances of cavity is less in their teeth. Sweet substances, if not sticky are good. Which means in place of burfi, kalakand, gulab jamum, rabdi, halwa etc Bengali sweets ras gulla, coconut sweet, petha etc are less harmful. Raw vegetables, salad, radish, carrot, pea, cabbage and fruits like apple, orange, mango, pear and milk, curd, cottage cheese and pulses makes the teeth stronger.
Go for oral check up twice in a year. If you want to prevent children from tooth ache etc then ask them to gargle properly after every meal. For children less than 2 years of age brush their teeth yourself and use soft brush. For children of age 5-6 years ask them to brush their teeth in your guidance. Brushing should be done from top to bottom and bottom upward so that particles clogged between teeth may come out. In case of deficiency of fluoride in water children should be given food containing fluoride. Start cleansing Regime the moment tooth emerges. As soon as first tooth of the child appears start tits cleaning because primary teeth are the foundation of secondary teeth. The primary teeth grow between 6 month to 2 years and the growing is complete by the age of 13-14 years. Why cavity is formed. There are concrete reasons for this. After eating the food particles remain clogged between the teeth, due to digestive process acid starts forming. This acids leads too tooth decay and subsequently cavities.
Tell children to gargle after every meal. The food is not chewed properly by tooth which has cavity as result semi chewed food goes into the alimentary canal there by more stomach ailments happens. Cavity in teeth leads to enormous pain which give trouble to children. If tooth is extracted due to cavity the permanent teeth comes out irregular. Use of toothpaste and tooth brush is necessary for healthy teeth. In the morning after taking food and in the night after taking food always clean the teeth.
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Kunjal Kriya (a shatkarma (cleansing) technique that involves the cleansing of the stomach by drinking in water and then expelling it by inducing vomiting.) should be done twice in a week. Practice Neti and Yogasan daily. It strengthens your inner organs like heart, lungs, digestive and nervous system, blood purification will be done which affects your teeth also. As a result teeth will become healthy and strong.
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