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Tips to Maintain Good Oral Heath

September 22, 2014

To help keep your teeth and mouth healthy, make sure to take proper precautions. Also remember that visiting the dentist when recommended can help prevent problems in the future. If you notice an issue, it is always best to have it looked at before something more serious occurs like a cavity. Between regular dental appointments, also remember to take care of your teeth and mouth. This includes proper brushing techniques, as well as flossing and mouthwash. This can benefit your health, as well as helping to decrease the chance of a cavity.

Go to Regular Dental Examinations

 

One of the most important things that you can do for you mouth is to go to regular dental examinations. This way we can notice if anything is starting to form that could lead to a problem like a cavity or root canal. We can also inspect your gums, mouth, and tongue. Having a dental examination can help prevent issues in the long run. It is also beneficial because at the first sign of a cavity, it can be fixed before a much larger issue forms. If you have any pain or tooth aches, make sure to come in as soon as you can. This can reduce the chance of a larger problem, as well as reduce the pain you experience.

 

X-Rays are Important

During a dental visit you will have x-rays done. This can help to determine if a cavity is starting to form between teeth or in areas we cannot visually see. It can also get a view of under the gum line and the roots of the teeth. X-rays are important because they can identify an issue before it becomes something serious.

 

Brush your Teeth at Least Twice a Day

Between dental visits, make sure to keep up proper dental hygiene. This includes brushing your teeth at least twice a day. Ideally you should brush after every meal. This will help remove any food particles or substances from your teeth. Brushing your teeth when recommended can help reduce the chance for plaque to develop and form a cavity. If you are unsure what the right kind of toothbrush or toothpaste you should use, make sure to contact us. We can recommend what would be beneficial for you. Also remember to brush your tongue. This is because bacteria can start to form on your tongue with time. By brushing it, you can remove the germs, as well as help provide fresh breath.

 

Remember To Floss

Flossing is another important task to do. This can remove any particle of food that might be stuck between your teeth. It can reduce the chance for plaque starting to build up and forming a cavity there. You should floss at least once a day to help prevent the chance of cavities or other issues. When flossing, also remember to be gentle so you do not do any damage to the gums. This can help provide a great smile and a healthy mouth.

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