Caring Your Teeth


Caring Your Teeth

Caring Your Teeth

Brush your teeth with ‘CALCAREA FLUORICA6x’ powder using soft brush in the morning and at bed time.

Take ‘FRAGARIA VESCA-Q’ 1 drop in

½ cup water

AND

Five Phos-3x4tabs twice daily after meals.

Use plenty of fresh fruits and green vegetables.

  fruits and vegetables vegetables

Avoid junk foods.

junk foods

With gum disease increasingly being linked as the cause of heart disease, lung disease, and other health problems, it's clearly important to raise awareness of the benefits of good oral health care.

  • Brush your teeth twice a day
  • Cut down on how often you have sugary foods and drinks
  • Visit your dentist at least once a year

Poor dental care can affect more than the mouth. Oral problems such as tooth loss, gum disease, stained teeth and bad breath can have a big impact on a person's confidence and as a result their overall happiness. Research has also found that people make judgements about a person's social and intellectual abilities based on the appearance of their teeth.

Children must clean their teeth and should not eat too many sweets, also remember dental hygiene involves more than just daily brushing, and extends beyond childhood. Teeth help us to chew and digest food, to talk, to pronounce different sounds clearly and give our face its shape.

 

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BMI is frequently used to assess how much an individual's body weight departs from what is normal or desirable for a person of his or her height. The excess weight or deficiency may, in part, be accounted for by body fat although other factors such as muscularity also affect BMI.
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Below 16.5Severely Underweight
16.5 to 18.5Underweight
18.5 to 25Normal
25 to 30Overweight
30 to 35Obese
35 to 40Clinically Obese
40 and above Morbidly Obese