Dental problem is a disease which is related to the structure of teeth.

Ways to treat

Rinse with a mouthwash to help remove food particles and keep your mouth clean throughout the day.

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Dental problem is a common disease which affects the shape, color and functions of the teeth. In order to cure the disease, you can visit an oral doctor.

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Dental problems can lead to several other health problems such as teeth loss, bad breath, and a condition called "dry mouth" that causes a lot of people's mouths to be dry.

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Unfortunately many people are so conditioned by the idea that they cannot afford dental care that they put off treatment until it is too late. Dental problems can also make you more susceptible to gum disease and cavities.

Without treatment

Without treatment, dental problems can worsen and cause more serious issues. Because of this it is important to learn about the major types of dental treatments available so you know how to prevent these dental problem from occurring in the first place. There are two basic types: preventive (ie. services that are intended to keep dental problems from occurring in the first place) and remedial (ie. services that are intended to repair or fix an existing dental problem).

Dental Care

Preventative dental care is recommended after tooth eruption (usually around 12-14 years of age) and performed every 3 months until age 18.

Preventive Services

Preventive Services: Preventive services include any treatment provided by a dentist prior to the actual occurrence of a dental problem. For example, preventative dental care serves as “dental insurance” because common issues such as cavities can be prevented before they begin with regular visits to your dentist.


Brushing your teeth regularly is the best method to prevent cavities. For adults, brushing at least twice a day is recommended. Using the right toothbrush, toothpaste and technique is essential to brush effectively. Using dental floss daily can help prevent plaque buildup between teeth, which can eventually lead to cavities. Regardless of whether you use an electric or manual toothbrush, it’s important to floss before and after every brushing session to remove plaque buildup in areas your toothbrush cannot reach (ie. between teeth). 


Mouthwash can help cleanse dental pockets and reduce bacteria. It also kills odor-causing bacteria and can reduce gingivitis and plaque.