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Quick Tips on Dental Hygiene

Last updated 7 years ago

Taking care of your teeth can help you avoid many dental problems down the road. With just a few daily habits and regular visits to your cosmetic dentist, you can keep your smile bright and healthy for years.

Brush your teeth twice a day. This is one of the single greatest things you can do for your mouth. Cleaning your teeth on a regular basis at home removes most of the plaque buildup and any food particles left behind after a meal. Using the techniques demonstrated to you by your cosmetic dentist, you can enjoy good oral health for decades to come. Brushing your teeth also stimulates your gums, encouraging circulation and protecting against gum disease or periodontitis.

Floss at least once a day. The spaces between your teeth can’t be reached even by the most advanced toothbrush, and the areas below the gum line are key places for plaque to hide. At the gum line is where symptoms of gum disease begin to manifest. Periodontitis is an entirely preventable condition that you can combat with regular and proper flossing as described by your cosmetic dentist.

Avoid foods that stain. Coffee, tea, red wine, dark juices, and sodas are major culprits when it comes to discolored teeth. Tobacco use and natural aging can also yellow teeth. Teeth-whitening treatments from a cosmetic dentist can reverse the damage done by staining.

Attend regular visits to your dentist. A visit to the dental hygienist can do wonders for your oral health. Regular exams by your cosmetic dentist will allow him or her to evaluate your overall health and hygiene. Your cosmetic dentist and his staff can also clean your teeth in places you may miss during daily brushing and flossing.

Smile Studio is the premier cosmetic dentistry service in New York City. Contact us at (272) 845-9259 to schedule an appointment, or visit our website to find out how our many services create healthier and brighter smiles.

 

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