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Dentist-Recommended Habits for Healthy Teeth

Posted in: Dentistry, by thecourtyardclinic, on 14th November 2016 | 0 comments
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teeth men health smileSkipping brushing your teeth is not uncommon especially after a tiring day. However, food particles left in the mouth will be food for bacteria that causes dental cavities.

Key takeaways:

  • Avoid chewing on ice since it may lead to cracking and chipping of teeth.
  • Sports drinks are a big danger for your teeth owing to the fact they contain sugars, acids and chemical additives that corrode tooth enamel.
  • Brushing too hard and brushing immediately after meals have the same effect on tooth enamel. Acids in food soften tooth enamel and brushing will easily erode enamel.

Dentists recommend that you get our teeth cleaned every six months—but many people skip it, which can lead to big problems down the line, says Dr. Schwartz.

Read the full story here

http://www.menshealth.com/health/habits-you-should-avoid-for-healthy-teeth

It is one of the first things we notice when we meet someone for the first time, so it’s worth paying as much attention to your smile as you do to other aspects of your appearance.

We are an experienced dental team and are proud to deliver excellence, innovation and results that are second to none, using state of the art techniques in a practice dedicated to your comfort, wellbeing and most importantly, your smile.


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