Top 10 Dental Tips

Regular visits to the dentist following recommended periods.
This varies depending on the case and may be every 3, 6, 12 months or even more in some cases.

Dental cleaning
The feeling of health, clean teeth and gums for many is a necessity. Seeking regular care to remove food stains, drink or even treat advanced periodontitis.

Professional bleaching
We all want a wonderful, bright white smile. Bleaching now seems to be an effective treatment. Whether you are bleaching using trays at home or power bleaching in the dental practice, your dentist can guide you appropriately.

High quality toothpaste
Use a toothpaste that has been clinically proven to reduce the chances of a dental problem related to your concerns. Toothpastes such as Colgate Total, for example, has a high scientific background in improving oral health.

Change your toothbrush regularly
When the toothbrush wears out, it is less effective at removing plaque from the teeth. Many electric or regular toothbrushes have a head marker that warns of replacement.

Dental floss or interdental brushes
Perhaps the most important dental advice is to use some kind of interdental cleaning every day. This can be dental floss or interdental brushes. You have not cleaned your teeth properly if you have not cleaned between your teeth properly.

Clean your tongue
Every day with the use of a special tongue scraper you remove countless bacteria that otherwise live on the hard upper surface of the tongue. These can contribute to bad breath (halitosis) and adversely affect oral health.

Dental implants
If a tooth is missing, find out about dental implants. Implants are small cylindrical titanium screws that are usually placed on the bone and work like the roots of natural teeth supporting crowns, bridges or even a full denture. They are an excellent way to restore lost teeth, giving permanent solutions with excellent success rates. For information, read our detailed guide or ask for information.

Protect worn teeth
If you have worn teeth, find out about cosmetic bonding. Special materials such as composite resins can be incorporated into damaged tooth areas restoring the original appearance by designing a new unique smile while protecting against further alteration of the dental structure.

Stop smoking
By stopping smoking, you are taking the first important step in improving your oral and general health. Proper support is needed to stop the habit. We all want you to succeed!

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