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Oral Hygiene Instruction

The biggest realization that comes with dental consultations that result in expensive treatments or therapies, is that most (if not all) of those conditions could have been avoided with proper dental hygiene and care. Taking measures to keep your mouth clean is essential for excellent dental health.


Oral Hygiene

Although most people take it for granted, oral hygiene and overall oral health determines more than just clean teeth, and in fact much more than just your mouth's health. Often times teeth can show nutritional deficiencies, infections, and even diseases.

Additionally, a big percentage of Americans do not visit a dentist at least once a year. This comes from dental anxiety, fear of seeing a dentist, or neglect. It is common belief that a dentist should only be seen when there is pain or issues with their teeth, but in reality, seeing a dentist on a regular basis can contribute to a healthier life.

Today, oral diagnosis and dental assessments can be done in a much less intrusive fashion and is less intimidating than ever. Technology advances and better equipment has made it possible to diagnose, treat and prevent oral issues faster, easier, and more affordably.

Tips for Good Oral Hygiene

  • Brush twice a day
  • Use fluoride toothpaste
  • Floss daily
  • Replace toothbrush every 3 months
  • Eat a balanced diet
  • Have regular dental check-ups

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