We all know that it is very important to wash our hands in order to prevent coronavirus spread. Our mouth has nevertheless proved to be a SARS-COV2 reservoir. Treat your teeth…!
We cannot understand that goutlets of saliva contain the virus and therefore it’s caused by sneezing, coughing or even just talking. Good oral hygiene is essential if the chances of viral infection are to be reduced.
Research showed that with covid people the three most common problems are: Crusty gums, Bad respiration, Oral sores.
The intensity of the above conditions and poor oral hygiene are directly correlated. Good oral clearness is necessary not only if Covid is afflicted, but also after recovery, to prevent such problems.
Brushing is one of the most effective measures to control the viral and bacterial mouth load. This should be done for good oral hygiene at least twice a day. In addition, if done correctly, many other dental diseases can be prevented.
Cleanse in between teeth is helped by flossing. In areas where your toothbrush can’t reach, this removes plaque and food particles. The right way to use the floss is to guide the floss carefully between two teeth and not to snap or pop the floss.
Diverse types of waxed and non waxed threads, interproximal brushes, water flows etc. are available on the market.
While it is not a substitute for daily brushing and brushing, mouthwashing is a useful ingredient in your everyday oral hygiene. They are antibacterial in nature and help to minimise plaque formation.
In the market-medicated and non-medicated, two kinds of mouthwashes exist. The use of non-medicated, non-alcoholic mouth rinses is highly recommended for everyday use.
Patients often complain that their mouth is dry also called xerostomia because of the constant wearing of the mask and mouth. There is a lack of water intake due to the fear of removing a mask.
This increases the chances of these problems and therefore it is recommended that they are hydrated properly.
It is recommended that you daily disinfect your oral hygiene devices with warm water after use and store them separately for anyone who is already suffering from Covid 19.
Wash your hands always before your oral routine starts. In those times when aerosols are produced, avoid the use of powerful toothburns and water flowers.
Carefully discard after recovery your toothbrush and toothpaste. In the case of ulcers that may be very painful, gels such as mucopain, dologel, smyle, etc, to relieve the inflammation are recommended in the counter mouth.
However, before using these gels, it is essential to talk to your dentist. During this time it is recommended to prevent very hot and spicy foods. Work with home scenarios has resulted in poor lifestyles and dietary choices in most households.
The increasing intake of starchy foods and sucrose foods has led to a significant increase in the cavity incidence.
Instead of high-sugar foods, we recommend healthy snack options to reduce cavities and other dental complications. Although many are easily managed, the oral complications of covetous.
We want to stress that your dental problems are certainly being kept in check by regular brushing, flushing and annual visits. But don’t hesitate to visit your dentist in the event of dental emergencies or any other complications.