Beauty Review: Orabrush

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Hello readers!! Today, I am going to introduce "Orabrush" to you! 

Dental plaque -

Inadequate removal of plaque causes a buildup of calculus (dark yellow color) near the gums on almost all the teeth.

Dental plaque is a bio-film, usually a pale yellow, that develops naturally on the teeth. Like any bio-film, dental plaque is formed by colonizing bacteria trying to attach themselves to a smooth surface (of a tooth).

Few Point:

  • It has been speculated that plaque forms part of the defense systems of the host by helping to prevent colonization by microorganisms which may be pathogenic.

  • The oral cavity contains the only known anatomical aspect of the human body that does not have a regulated system of shedding surfaces: the teeth. This allows a numerous amount of microorganisms to adhere to the surface of teeth for long periods of time.

  • These multiple species of bacteria become dental bio-film. Dental bio-film, more commonly referred to as dental plaque, is composed of about a thousand species of bacteria that take part in the complex ecosystems of the mouth. The natural, non-frequent regulation of tooth shedding plays a large role in making dental bio-film the most diverse bio-film in the human body despite the relatively small size of the teeth.The human oral cavity is also called the human oral microbiome. This is because the human oral cavity can contain several environments at a given moment that could vary from tooth to tooth.

  • Additionally it has been estimated that the number of bacteria that reside in the mouth is about 25,000 species of bacteria.

  • Studies have found that out of the 25,000 species that exist in the oral cavity, about 1,000 species can exist as part of the dental bio-film ecosystem.

  • These 1,000 species have the ability to change their environment through a series of biotic relationships. At first, the bio-film is soft enough to come off by using finger nail. However, it starts to harden within 48 hours, and in about 10 days the plaque becomes dental calculus (tartar) hard and difficult to remove. Dental plaque can give rise to dental caries (tooth decay)—the localized destruction of the tissues of the tooth by acid produced from the bacterial degradation of fermentable sugars and periodontal problems such as gingivitis and chronic periodontitis. Plaque consists of microorganisms and extracellular matrix. The extracellular matrix contains proteins, long chain polysaccharides and lipids. The microorganisms that form the biofilm are mainly Streptococcus mutans and anaerobes, with the composition varying by location in the mouth. Examples of such anaerobes include fusobacterium and actinobacteria.



Let me prove it! Going to try this for a few weeks. 




BEFORE:



This is before using orabrush, as you can tell my tongue is quite yellowish, those are bacterial on it, those food that I consume the whole day. 


AFTER:



This is after using orabrush!! You can tell that my tongue is getting more reddish. By using orabrush everyday, you will get more healthy and clean tongue.




  
Check out their website for more details. Orabrush is now selling at super market, Watson and Guardian.  You also can get it online. 

Website: Orabrush



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