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How Low-carb Diets Impact Oral Health

From wasitline to gumline. One of the longest trends in appetite control has been the low-carbohydrate diet. Many patients, when filling out their medical, dental and personal history, reveal they follow these patterns of eating. Nutrition may have stabilizing or damaging effects on the oral cavity, so as registered dental hygienists, we are in the perfect position to discuss the effects of low-carb dieting on the oral cavity, including the topic people are most embarrassed about: halitosis. Theoretically, when shrinking your waistline, there should be a reduction in the occurrence of carious lesions. Fermentable carbohydrates, especially sucrose, are absorbed by biofilm. This process causes bacterial plaque to produce acids.1 Frequent exposure of a susceptible tooth surface to the acid causes demineralization, the initiation of the caries process.2 Progressive, intermittent demineralization of the tooth structure may progress into complete destruction of coronal dental tissues and development of pulpal abscesses. Where caries come from The etiology of dental caries is multifactorial. The chart to the left offers a visual guide. Streptococcus mutans and lactobacilli are bacteria fo Continue reading >>

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  1. formyhealth

    I get mouth sores when going into ketosis (and I guess being in ketosis, too). I have noticed that this happens and its been pretty consistent over the last decade. Today I got a new one and I think its because I didn't drink my normal amount of water (a gallon) yesterday. Does this happen to anyone else? Do you agree about the water?

  2. SweetSugaree

    Hi,
    I get mouth sores as well when I do not drink tons of water like I should. I will wake up in the morning with a sore due to dry mouth. What I have learned to do is keep water next to my bed, also, I make sure before i go to bed I drink a cup of water or so. One thing I also do is right before bed I swish with Biotene. It really does help a lot. Hope you can find some things that work for you.

  3. E.W.

    Are you talking about canker sores, those small real painful sores? If you are I
    found that if I went to bed with a milk of magnesia tablet on it by the time i got up
    in the morning it was almost gone. Sure it hurts for a moment when you first put
    it on the sore but this only last a few seconds. Then just put another one or 2 on the
    sore during the day and it's gone.

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How Low-carb Diets Impact Oral Health

From wasitline to gumline. One of the longest trends in appetite control has been the low-carbohydrate diet. Many patients, when filling out their medical, dental and personal history, reveal they follow these patterns of eating. Nutrition may have stabilizing or damaging effects on the oral cavity, so as registered dental hygienists, we are in the perfect position to discuss the effects of low-carb dieting on the oral cavity, including the topic people are most embarrassed about: halitosis. Theoretically, when shrinking your waistline, there should be a reduction in the occurrence of carious lesions. Fermentable carbohydrates, especially sucrose, are absorbed by biofilm. This process causes bacterial plaque to produce acids.1 Frequent exposure of a susceptible tooth surface to the acid causes demineralization, the initiation of the caries process.2 Progressive, intermittent demineralization of the tooth structure may progress into complete destruction of coronal dental tissues and development of pulpal abscesses. Where caries come from The etiology of dental caries is multifactorial. The chart to the left offers a visual guide. Streptococcus mutans and lactobacilli are bacteria fo Continue reading >>

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  1. Andrew_Schaefer

    For as long as I can remember, I’ve had chronic canker sores in my mouth on my inner cheeks / tongue. I almost always had one, but more often than not I would have 3+ in my mouth. They would keep me from talking, eating, and from pretty much enjoying any part of life. It’s hard for me to articulate how debilitating and frustrating it has actually been to have this problem for almost 30 years.
    For decades, doctors have told me that there is no cure for canker sores. I’ve been prescribed numerous pastes / balms that will numb the pain for a short period of time, but nothing that actually fixes the problem. And everyone I know has a home remedy that “works every time,” but actually works “never.” But I’ve been eating this way for about a month now and, after the first three days or so, I haven’t had a single sore. I honestly can’t remember the last time (if ever) that I’ve gone this long without having one.
    It’s truly unbelievable. I can talk and eat without pain. Hell, I can sit motionless without pain. It feels like a huge weight has been lifted off my back. Hard to imagine that I could have been feeling this way all the time.
    I’m not sure what I mean to get out of this post. But, I guess if anyone in the forum has a chronic condition like mine and is on the fence about trying this WOE, there is little to lose by giving it a shot and a whole lot to gain. As the saying goes, the best time to have started eating this way was 25 years ago. The second best time is today.

    Oh, and thank you everyone! I never would have started without the people in this community! It is not an exaggeration to say that I owe you all my life!

  2. EZB

    Before you were keto, did you eat a lot of acidic fruits?

  3. Andrew_Schaefer

    No, not really. I get that question a lot actually, but the mouth pain pretty much precluded anything too acidic.

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Signs That You Are In Low-carb Ketosis

The idea behind restricting your carb intake is to reach a state of ketosis in which your body, having used all its glucose stores, begins burning fat for energy. Urine and blood tests can confirm ketosis, but certain signs can also reveal the body's switch from glucose use to ketones for fuel, including the presence of acetone breath, a decrease in appetite and constipation. While low-carb diets help you lose weight, not much is known about the long-term effects of ketosis, so you should consult with your doctor before starting a low-carb diet. Video of the Day Noticeable Signs of Ketosis It takes about three to four days for your body to burn through your glucose and start using fat for energy. One of the first things you -- or more likely your friends -- may notice once you hit ketosis is your breath. Ketone production creates acetoacetate, beta-hydroxybutyric acid and acetone. Acetone is a toxic chemical you may know better as nail polish remover. It causes your breath to smell sweet or fruity, similar to nail polish. Feeling less hungry may also be a sign you've reached ketosis. Its been theorized that ketosis affects appetite hormones, decreasing your desire to eat, according Continue reading >>

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  1. formyhealth

    I get mouth sores when going into ketosis (and I guess being in ketosis, too). I have noticed that this happens and its been pretty consistent over the last decade. Today I got a new one and I think its because I didn't drink my normal amount of water (a gallon) yesterday. Does this happen to anyone else? Do you agree about the water?

  2. SweetSugaree

    Hi,
    I get mouth sores as well when I do not drink tons of water like I should. I will wake up in the morning with a sore due to dry mouth. What I have learned to do is keep water next to my bed, also, I make sure before i go to bed I drink a cup of water or so. One thing I also do is right before bed I swish with Biotene. It really does help a lot. Hope you can find some things that work for you.

  3. E.W.

    Are you talking about canker sores, those small real painful sores? If you are I
    found that if I went to bed with a milk of magnesia tablet on it by the time i got up
    in the morning it was almost gone. Sure it hurts for a moment when you first put
    it on the sore but this only last a few seconds. Then just put another one or 2 on the
    sore during the day and it's gone.

  4. -> Continue reading
read more

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