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To prevent dental problem

I brush twice or thrice a day ..i have this habit since many years..and use mouthwash..i bush the tongue and clean it with tongue cleaner..also eat sweet items rarely still i have cavities in my mouth. Kindly give me few suggestions by which i can avoid dental problems? Also i want to know why some people dont brush at night and eat sweet still have good teeth while i have this issue inspite of maintaining good ddntal hygiene? Feeling upset, please advice.
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Dr. Kshitiz Rohilla Faridabad | Oral Pathologist
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The right brushing technique is more important than the frequency of the brushing.... you do have good oral hygiene practices as you explained but nonetheless some studies have also linked a genetic predisposition to dental cavities and gum diseases.... all you need to do is get the cavities that have already occurred treated adequately before they progress further and cause major symptoms to you..... and also go for a regular 6 month checkup to prevent further cavities in the future.... your dentist can also guide you about the best brushing technique so that cavities can be avoided in the future.....
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Dr. Bipin Patel Ahmedabad | Implantologist
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Number of time u brush is not enough but brushing technique is very important or also change your brush in every 3month .there are lot of factors for teeth decayed .dry mouth,improperly brushing technique,low calcium, eating high acidic food or eat between two meal,high sweet food eating ,etc...
Please visiting dental clinic for resolving your problem
...and u visiting dental  clinic every 6month 
Thank u ...
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Dr. Ratnika Agarwal Pune | Dental Surgeon
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It's how u brush is important then how many tines u brush.visit dentist once every 6 months for routine dental checkups.don't compare WIth other's as everyone has different oral conditions
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Overbrushing is also bad in long run... it abrades your teeth. A visit for routine check up and cleaning should suffice every 6 months Remember the saying "too much care killed the cat" Regarding other people- different oral conditions exist so you cannot compare decay rates on just mere observation
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Plz visit your dentist regularly at least once in six months.... And with regular twice brushing rinse your mouth with normal water after each of your meals.. Maintain good oral hygiene..
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Hello, Mam,Get regular check up and professional cleaning done every 6 months.Also use a floss,which is as important as brushing and learn the proper brushing technique.You should do just fine.Regards,DR Suman Makam,Dental Arts,Jayanagar,Bangalore
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Unfortunately the number of times you brush isn't enough. The technique of brushing is important. Visit your dentist to make sure your brushing technique is proper
Also, some mouthwashes tend to have alcohol, whch dry out the mouth, so while they provide temporary freshness, they might cause cavities in the long run.
Make sure you get routinely 6-12 monthly cleanings from your dentist to ensure your teeth and gums are healthy. Professional care is required to maintain healthy teeth.
And lastly, unfortunately some genetic pattern in teeth does play a role. Also, the quality of your saliva and food you eat. There isn't much you can do about these except a regular maintenance schedule on your part.
Don't compare your teeth to others, they may be having other problems which you are spared of.
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