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Do you have Bad Breath Problem?

Ever noticed people stepping away from you when you start to talk to them? 

Poor oral hygiene is the most common cause of bad breath, or medically called as Halitosis. Other major factors responsible for Bad Breath are dry mouth, disease, infection or tobacco use and severe dieting. There can be many possible reasons for your bad breath. Some of the major reasons are food particles from sticky food like garlic and onions, acid reflux, respiratory infections, smoking and the most common, poor oral hygiene. Also, bits of food that gets stuck to the teeth or caught between teeth and tongue can also cause an unpleasant smell if not cleaned properly. Some strongly flavored food like garlic, onions, and coffee can be the reason of unpleasant breath.

Bacteria that are built up on your teeth in the form of plaque, as well as tongue and gums, can produce foul smelling gasses and these bacteria are the culprits of gum diseases and tooth caries.

Common Symptoms of Bad Breath:
A big problem with that many times the only person who doesn’t notice is the person affected. The only common way to know is when somebody comments on it.

Causes of Bad Breath:

  • Coming from inside the mouth: Majority of cases of bad breath (Halitosis) come because of germs (bacteria) or debris that accumulates on teeth inside the mouth
  • Morning bad breath: Having a bad breath after night sleep is normal, it occurs because mouth tends to dry and stagnate overnight.
  • Xerostomia of Dry Mouth: Saliva helps in cleansing your mouth and removing particles that cause an unpleasant odor.
  • Use of Tobacco: Use of tobacco, mainly smoking is a big cause in spoiling mouth odor. Smokers and oral tobacco users are likely to have unpleasant breath.
  • Infections: It can be caused by surgical wounds after oral surgery like tooth caries, gum diseases or tooth removal.

There are many other causes for bad breath such as medical causes, lung, nose or throat conditions, crash dieting or fasting.

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Are you suffering from Dental Caries (Cavities)?

The cavity or tooth decays occurs when bacteria produce acid that wears away the tooth’s enamel and destroys its underlying layer, the dentin.

Common Symptoms of Caries:

  • Sensitivity to sweet, hot or cold foods or drinks
  • Recurring Toothache
  • Pain when chewing
  • Visible pits or holes in the teeth

Dental Caries is a scientific term refers to tooth decay and cavity, caused by a specific type of bacteria that lives in our mouth. The acid they produce wears away the tooth’s outer layer called the enamel, causing the enamel erosion then it destroys the layer under it, the dentin.

Many different types of bacteria live inside the human mouth. They build up on the teeth in a sticky deposit known as the plaque. It is a thin yellow film in which the bacteria proliferate. It contains bits of food, saliva, and other substances. It is easily formed in certain places, such as Cracks, pits or grooves in the back teeth, between teeth, around the dental fillings or near the gum line.

The bacteria makes acid out of the sugar and carbohydrates (starch) in the foods we eat. The acid produced by the bacteria then dissolves minerals in the hard enamel that covers the tooth’s crown i.e. the part you can see. The enamel erosion results into pits and holes. Initially, they are too small to see but gradually they get larger and painful over time. After that, the acid produced by the bacteria seep through the pores in the enamel and starts decaying the underlying dentin layer which is the main body of the tooth. When the dentin and enamel break down, a cavity is created.
If not taken proper care, bacteria will continue to grow and produce acid that will ultimately get into the innermost layer of the tooth, which contains the soft pulp and sensitive nerve fibers.

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Off course it takes care of your dental pain in 1 to 2 uses.  Try today – buy online.  Visit. www.yunadent.com

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Why Do Teeth Turn Yellow?

The pearly white smile of celebrities and models is something we all desire. From teeth whitening toothpaste to chewing gums, there is a range of products in the market that promise to turn your teeth blindingly luminous.

Before trying out every product available in the market, one should know the factors that are responsible for stained teeth.  There are a number of different elements that can discolor your teeth. We can divide then into three basic categories: intrinsic, extrinsic and discoloration due to age and other factors. Here is how these affect your teeth and how you can save your teeth from these factors and gift yourself a bright, confident smile.

Extrinsic tooth discoloration: Extrinsic tooth discoloration occurs on the outer layer of the teeth called the enamel. Despite being as hard as bone, enamel can easily be stained. These stains are a result of the colors, chemicals and acidic content present in the things we enjoy having. Some of the biggest enemies of your teeth whiteness are red wine, coffee, tomato sauces as well as some fruits such as berries, grapes, and pomegranates. They stick to your teeth for very long and wear away the enamel, causing stains.

Drink plenty of water after having such things. Try to consume these things in moderation. Brush your teeth after meals, twice a day.

Intrinsic tooth discoloration: Intrinsic tooth discoloration occurs within the tooth when the inside structure of the tooth called the dentin begins to develop a dark or yellow tint. Numerous medications can cause intrinsic stains. It is likely to occur in kids, if children are taking strong antibiotics while their teeth are still developing, their teeth may turn brownish-yellow. It can also damage the developing permanent tooth beneath it.

A rare medical condition called dentin genesis imperfect can also be the reason; people born with this syndrome can cause dark, grey or purple discoloration.

Some other medications like blood pressure medications or albuterol can also cause yellow teeth sometimes.

Additional Causes: Other than stains, smoking, chewing tobacco, genetics, health and old age can also be the reason of discoloration or teeth turning yellow.

Smoking and other tobacco can lead to teeth discoloration as well as many other gum diseases. If affects the soft tissues of your teeth and can do irreparable damage.

Age-related discoloration can be a combination of both intrinsic and extrinsic factors. Enamel on the outside of teeth wears away as we get older that makes the yellow pigment of the dentin visible.

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Are you suffering from sensitive tooth, & need natural solution?

Tooth sensitivity is a very common dental problem which causes pain in teeth when we eat something hot or cold. World over millions suffer from this problem.

The pain is often sharp and sudden and it may travel to the tooth’s nerve endings. The sensitive teeth can be treated and the condition can improve.

Main causes of Sensitivity:

 

  • When we brush too hard using a hard-bristled toothbrush, it can wear down enamel and cause sensitivity.
  • Gum recession: When this happens it exposes dentin and causes sensitive tooth.
  • Gingivitis: When you are suffering with this disease, it may also cause sensitive tooth.
  • Cracked teeth. Teeth grinding or clenching. This can wear down enamel.
  • Plaque buildup.
  • Acidic foods.
  • Dental procedures.

Tooth sensitivity after filling

Sometimes after a filling, teeth become sensitive. Composite fillings can cause tooth sensitivity when you are chewing food.

Sensitive teeth treatment

Symptoms may be less or even seem to go away for a while but unless the reasons why a person’s teeth become sensitive are completely eliminated the sensitivity will come and go.

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Yunadent Dental Medicine is an Ayurvedic Tooth Powder and Paste which is manufactured using an herbal and natural methodology.

Our production methodology is very hygienic and it involves sun drying, grinding, hand sieving, and hand mixing. The herbs which we use are high-quality herbs which are brought in the most suitable season and then packed under quality control methods.

Our methodology ensures that the organic value of the herb is not changed. Our herbal products are duly approved by the Govt. of India, Ayurvedic Department Ajmer.

Yunadent Heals

Thousands of people across the world who suffer from the problem of sensitive tooth trust only Yunadent. Its regular massage helps you not only in sensitive tooth but also in Periodontitis as well.

This medicinal toothpaste protects you from various other oral ailments.

We cordially invite you to visit our website www.yunadent.com for further details and give us an opportunity to keep your gums healthy forever.

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Are You Suffering from Caries Problem & Need a Natural Solution?

Dental caries are also known as tooth decay, cavities, or caries. It is the breakdown of teeth due to bacterial activities. The cavity may be of various colors yellow or black. They may pain while eating.

The early signs of the caries start are a small patch of softened enamel which appears at the surface of the tooth. The harm spreads into the softer & sensitive part of the tooth which is present beneath the enamel, also called as dentine. The weakened enamel then collapses to form a cavity and the tooth is progressively destroyed. Caries can also attack the roots of teeth should they become exposed by gum recession. This is more common in older adults.

What causes caries?

The prime cause of dental caries is the action of acids on the enamel surface. This damaging acid is produced when sugars mainly sucrose present in our food reacts with bacteria present in the dental biofilm (plaque) on the tooth surface. The acid which gets produced more often than not leads to demineralization.

Fighting Caries:

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  • Brush your teeth at least twice a day with Yunadent.
  • Regularly clean your tooth-brush.
  • The meals should be very balanced.
  • Consuming fluoridated water is good & advised.

Regularly Use Organic Yunadent  ….it’s safe and effective.

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Yunadent Dental Medicine is an Ayurvedic Tooth Powder and Past. This paste and powder is manufactured using an herbal and natural process.

Our production methodology is very hygienic and it involves sun drying, grinding, hand sieving, and hand mixing. The herbs which we use are of very high-quality. These herbs are brought in the most suitable season and then packed under quality control methods.

Our methodology ensures that the organic value of the herb is not changed. All our herbal products are duly approved by the Govt. of India, Ayurvedic Department Ajmer.

 Prevention is better than cure & Yunadent delivers.

 Thousands of people across the world who suffer from the problem of caries tooth trust only Yunadent. Its regular massage helps you not only in sensitive tooth but also in Periodontitis as well.

This medicinal toothpaste protects you from many other oral ailments.

Visit our website www.yunadent.com for complete details and give us an opportunity to keep your gums healthy forever.