How to keep your teeth healthy?

How to keep your teeth healthy?
 

Dental prophylaxis is 50 times cheaper than the cure. Here are a few pieces of advices that will help you to keep your teeth healthy and beautiful and will not affect your wallet.

1. Drink lots of water. Water naturally cleanses your oral cavity. Therefore, it is strongly recommended to drink it after drinking coffee, soda or red wine, which may leave stains on your teeth.

2. Eat a piece of cheese. After lunch it is recommended to eat a piece of hard cheese which helps to neutralize acids in your mouth.

3. Don’t forget chewing gum. Chewing gum stimulates saliva production. Saliva cleanses your teeth and removes acids from the plaque which cause demineralization of hear dental tissues.

4. Take your time to brush teeth. After drinking certain drinks, such as orange juice or sparkling water it is recommended to wait for 20 minutes and only then brush your teeth. If you brush it straight away, acids that are in those drinks may damage teeth.

5. Use antiseptic mouthwash. It reaches places that your toothbrush is not able to reach.

6. Consume fewer sweets. Sugar products contribute to bacteria that cause tooth decay.

7. Drink through a straw. Drinking through a straw may be awkward and odd but actually such drinks as coffee or red wine should be drunk through a straw which reduces the effects of coloring your teeth. This is especially recommended for people that had whitening procedures.

8. Choose the right toothbrush. A perfect brush has soft bristles. Brushes with hard bristles should be used for cleaning prosthesis. It can damage your teeth and gums.

9. Use dental floss. Dental floss removes plaque that is not cleaned with a toothbrush.

10. Develop personal hygiene habits. Even the most expensive toothbrush or toothpaste is not good enough if you don’t have proper personal hygiene habits. Brush your teeth for at least 2-3 minutes.

 

 

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