Gums and teeth have an increased susceptibility to viral and bacterial infections. The latter in turn are the result of bad habits.
Gingivitis and loss of tooth enamel can occur if you use an overly stiff brush. Drinking large amounts of alcohol also affects the teeth. The fact that it contains a lot of sugar. As a consequence, the layer of enamel is eaten by bacteria that feed on the product and phosphorous acid. The researchers found that excessive caffeine not only promotes the growth of bacteria in the oral cavity, but also responsible for the yellow color of the teeth. Biting nails leads to the accumulation of food residues between the teeth, which are then difficult to remove during cleaning. In addition, increasing the likelihood of infection in the mouth that erodes enamel.
From Smoking plaque on teeth and tooth decay and also increases the risk of cancer in the oral cavity. The likelihood of dental problems is much higher in people who sleep with your mouth open. At such moments, the mucous dries up, so begins to profusely salivate. The increase in acidity harms the teeth and causes erosion, and the gums may suffer, because during sleep the mouth is able to penetrate the infection.