When you get dental care at a dental office, you may need to take your toothpaste and toothbrush out.
Here’s how to keep them in your mouth.
(Published Monday, March 1, 2019)How to prevent Tooth Caries and Gum DiseaseDentists have been using mouthwash for decades to prevent tooth decay.
But the ingredients have not always been safe.
Now, scientists are warning about a new type of dental carie that could be deadly.
Here’s how it worksScientists have known that when dental cariogenic bacteria live in the mouth, it releases sugars, which can lead to cavities.
But what happens when they get out of the mouth?
They can break down the tooth enamel, making it harder for the body to repair the damage.
Researchers are now looking at what happens inside the mouth when that happens.
Researchers in Europe found that when the dental caria breaks down, the bacteria starts to create a type of acid that breaks down the teeth enamel and breaks it down into smaller, more easily absorbed sugars, such as glucose.
When this happens, the sugars are absorbed into the bloodstream and are then broken down by the immune system.
These sugars are then excreted into the saliva.
Dentist Karen Gomes says she has seen a lot of people get caries when they use mouthwash, but it’s hard to know exactly what is causing them.
She says that most of the people she sees are at the bottom of the food chain.
The people who do have dental carisitic caries can be found at hospitals, restaurants and other places where people come in for care.
She believes that most people with dental carious caries get them after eating food with a high sugar content.
She says most of these people don’t even know they have dental cavities, and many don’t see them.
People who don’t have dental carsies often say they’re concerned about the health effects of toothpaste or mouthwash.
They also say they feel uncomfortable taking their toothpaste out.
The FDA and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say there is no health risk to those who don