From the time we are practically babies our parents teach us about the importance of dental health and how to properly maintain our oral hygiene. A couple of years later, at school, the teachers reiterate the importance of all these practices.
With all this information and awareness, how is it that 2.4 billion people suffer from tooth decay and more than 80% of people develop at least one cavity by age 34? It all comes down to dental care mistakes.
For some reason, most people end up neglecting their oral hygiene on one or more parameters. This lack of care combined with genetic factors (the genetic lottery also plays a key role in this aspect of your health) is the primary cause for the development of dental diseases. We know that these dental issues can be extremely painful, escalate quickly, and force you to spend a lot of money on dentist visits. Fortunately, we are here to help you.
Here are the 7 most common dental care mistakes that might be slowly ruining your teeth.