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Tohcare™ Instant Teeth-Whitening Pen
Every day food residues in our mouth could make various kinds of bacteria and microorganisms in the oral cavity multiply in the gaps between the teeth and the inside of the oral cavity. This can lead to a series of oral health issues including bad breath, mouth ulcers, yellow teeth, caries, calculus, inflamed gums, bleeding gums, sensitive teeth, brittle or partially missing teeth, swollen gums, toothaches, loose teeth, tooth loss, and even oral cancer.
When such condition continue to worsen, you will have bad breath, gum inflammation and other problems. At that time, bacteria are eroding your gums, making your gums prone to bleeding, pain, redness and other problems. When these problems can not get resolved in time, your oral problems will become more serious, and you will suffer from periodontitis, dental plaque, dental calculus, loose teeth, tooth pain and other problems, and even lead to tooth loss.
The formation of dental caries is due to the damage of tooth enamel by germs which could gradually spreads to the dentin and even pulp. This can lead to bad breath, tooth pain, brittle teeth, and tooth loss. When caries occurs, there will be a chain reaction in which normal teeth begin to be eroded as germs spread to surrounding teeth.
- Oral diseases, while largely preventable, pose a major health burden for many countries and affect people throughout their lifetime, causing pain, discomfort, disfigurement and even death.
- It is estimated that oral diseases affect nearly 3.5 billion people.
- Untreated dental caries (tooth decay) in permanent teeth is the most common health condition according to the Global Burden of Disease 2019.
- Treatment for oral health conditions is expensive and usually not part of universal health coverage (UHC).
- Most low- and middle-income countries do not have sufficient services available to prevent and treat oral health conditions.
- Oral diseases are caused by a range of modifiable risk factors common to many noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), including sugar consumption, tobacco use, alcohol use and poor hygiene, and their underlying social and commercial determinants.