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3 Habits You Should Stop to Keep Your Teeth Healthy

3 Habits You Should Stop to Keep Your Teeth Healthy


Introduction

Oral diseases affect nearly 3.5 billion people throughout the world. While the prevalence of oral diseases continues to rise in low-income countries, bad teeth are also common in Singapore. 

There are a number of factors that can contribute to oral diseases. Without realising it, you might even have an unhealthy habit that’s causing unhealthy teeth.

Kick the habit! Keep reading to discover the three habits you need to avoid to limit tooth damage. By limiting these bad habits, you can protect your teeth before it’s too late. Make a positive change by avoiding these three habits that contribute to bad teeth. 

1. Are you having a healthy diet? 

​When trying to determine what causes bad teeth, first take a look at your diet.

Even the fruit you eat can lead to unhealthy teeth. Fruit has a high sugar content which could lead to bacteria development. Bacteria can lead to tooth decay and dental disease. In addition to fruit, you could also minimise sodas and sports drinks. Both are highly acidic, which can cause your teeth to erode.

Make sure to visit your dentist every six months. Only 64% of adults have visited the dentist in the past year. Your dentist can help you determine which factors are contributing to your bad teeth.  In the meantime, try to avoid foods with simple sugars, such as candy and desserts, to limit the amount of acid in your mouth.


2. Are you Biting Your Nails?

​An unhealthy habit that many people struggle with, nail-biting is bad for your nails and teeth.

Nail-biting will expose your teeth to the bacteria on your fingers. That bacteria can then lead to infection and tooth decay. It can also break down the enamel protecting your teeth. When enamel breaks down, it makes your teeth weaker. As a result, the position of your teeth will start to shift. 

As your teeth shift, you might experience discomfort. You might want to discuss wisdom teeth removal with your dentist to relieve crowding. In addition to biting your nails, biting other stuff can have a negative impact on your teeth, too. Avoid biting stubborn bottle caps or letters open. Try to stop biting pens and pencils, too. 

Using your teeth to open certain items can cause tooth damage and breaks. You could expose your teeth to chips by exerting too much force on them. 


3. Are you Replacing Your Toothbrush? 

​The longer you keep your toothbrush, the less effective it will become at protecting your teeth. Make sure to replace your toothbrush at least every six months. If you get sick, replace your brush the moment you’re feeling better.

Otherwise, you could expose your mouth to germs that will make you sick again. Keeping your toothbrush too long can lead to unhealthy teeth. Make sure to replace your brush as it deteriorates to keep your teeth clean and healthy.


What is TeethWhite Teeth Whitening?

  • TeethWhite™ is a premium laser teeth whitening treatment in Singapore, offered at all Wellaholic outlets. 
  • Your teeth have pores just like your skin.
  • The nicotine and tar, as well as surface stains from coffee and tea and other beverages, can easily stain your teeth over time, leading to teeth discoloration. 
  • The primary ingredient in teeth whitening gel is Carbamide Peroxide.
  • The molecules will convert to hydrogen peroxide and become active when exposed to your teeth and with strong LED light.
  • The teeth whitening procedure helps target your teeth stains and whitens your teeth thoroughly.
  • You can see immediate whitening results right after the teeth whitening treatment, resulting in beautiful teeth. 
  • The whitening effect continues over a period of time, leading to a brighter smile and white smile. 

Is TeethWhite Teeth Whitening Backed by Science?

  • TeethWhite™ is a method of teeth whitening or teeth bleaching treatment in Singapore.
  • The teeth whitening treatment uses the LED blue light and red light to activate the teeth whitening gel.
  • The 6000w industrial lamp helps catalyse the whitening agent to speed up the reaction and causing free oxygen radicals to be formed. This makes the treatment more effective than teeth whitening kits. 
  • Any discoloration in the tooth enamel or tooth colour (teeth with external stains) can be removed effectively.
  • This aesthetic treatment leads to brighter teeth and whiter teeth, for more a beautiful smile.

How do I Maximize Results after my Teethwhite Treatment?

  • Visit a dental clinic for general cleaning before your TeethWhite™ teeth whitening treatment. This will help to remove any stains or plaque.
  • Avoid staining foods and drinks for 7 days after TeethWhite™ teeth whitening treatment.
  • If possible, try to brush you teeth with a normal toothpaste after each meal for 7 days after TeethWhite™. Maintain good oral care to prevent tooth decay. 
  • Here’s to beautiful teeth, and a whiter smile and pearly whites!

Pricing of Teeth Whitening Treatments by Wellaholic 

Wellaholic believes in providing pricing transparency, and hence all prices are published and updated on its website. Choose from either TeethWhite per-session plans, or our TeethWhite Unlimited which gives you up to 4 weekly sessions at a discounted rate to accelerate your teeth whitening progress.



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