Short Communication - Journal of Clinical Dentistry and Oral Health (2021) Volume 5, Issue 2
An Over View of Oral Disease Prevention.
Dietary effects on oral cancer and oral infectious diseases, for example, are linked to oral health in a variety of ways. Dental disorders have a major effect on self-esteem and quality of life, and they are costly to manage. During growth, diet has an impact on the teeth, and malnutrition can worsen periodontal and oral infectious diseases. The local action of diet in the mouth on the growth of dental caries and enamel degradation is, however, the most important influence of feeding on teeth. Dental degradation is on the rise, and it's linked to dietary acids, which soft drinks are a big source.Author(s): John Mike