Biting nails is the habit of many people. This seemingly innocent action poses many health risks.
Causing weak teeth: Biting nails puts pressure on your teeth. This habit can cause the position of the tooth moving, causing tooth decay or tooth enamel damage
Gingivitis: If you want to have beautiful smile, you should stop nail biting immediately. In addition to the risk of weakening the teeth, this practice can also cause gum disease and gum disease. The angles of the nail can put the bacteria into the interstitial, forming tissue that is inflamed and aches
Nail infections: If you miss a large patch of nails, you are at risk for nail inflammation. This can last for weeks, causing the nail to sore and swollen.
Acne: People who regularly bite nails are at risk of developing blisters around the nails - usually caused by HPV. If you touch infected fingers on the face, acne will have a chance to spread on the skin
Nail biting: Nail biting causes the nail to grow backward, causing swelling, pain, and may require surgery if the infection.
Breath of unpleasant odors: Bacteria from the nail that penetrates the mouth make this person susceptible to foul odor.
Deformed nails: Frequent nail biting can cause your body parts to become permanently deformed. In it, the nails can be separated from the pads and the nostrils under the nail gradually narrowed, resulting in complete disappearance.
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