USE OF PROBIOTIC STRAINS IN DENTAL CARIES PREVENTION
Useof Probiotic strains in Dental Caries Prevention
Dentalcaries is one of the most common infections in the globe both inchildren and in adults. One of the major effects associated with itis severe pain in the jaws that can translate to a headache.Promising treatments for this infection include the administration ofprobiotics into the patient`s system. This creates a need to find themost appropriate ways of dealing with the problem before its effectcan be experienced. It is critical to locate the treatment for dentalcaries so that we can curb some of the adverse effect associated withit. One of the primary reasons we should examine the probioticstrains in the prevention of the dental caries is for us to come upwith the appropriate cure for the infection and prevent people fromit by administering the treatment to them (TheUse of Probiotic Strains in Caries Prevention: A Systematic Review,2016).It causes severe pain thus it might affect the daily chores of thepeople until when it is treated/controlled. Also, it should also beexamined so that the health status of the people can be maintainedthat will translate to the growth of the country due to high outputs.Dental caries is a big problem and we cannot afford to ignore itsince it can occur in both the children and adults. Additionally, itis a big issue because it is caused by the intake of much sugar inthe diet, which is liked by most of the people thus making themexposed to this infection (Probioticsfor managing caries and periodontitis: Systematic review andmeta-analysis,2016).Due to the adverse effects associated with dental caries, there isthe great need to find a way to prevent it before its effects can beseen. This research illustrates the role of probiotics in theprevention of dental caries and how probiotics can be administered tothe people.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3738986/,TheUse of Probiotic Strains in Caries Prevention: A Systematic Review,2016.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26965080,Probioticsfor managing caries and periodontitis: Systematic review andmeta-analysis, 2016.