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Top 7 Tips & Tricks for Healthy Teeth

10 Nov, 2019

Dental health is something that does not get the attention it deserves. It’s a general perception- merely brushing your teeth is enough to maintain healthy teeth. But that is not the case. 

You need to put in a little effort to make sure that your teeth stay strong and healthy for a long time. So, you don’t have to go for artificial teeth treatments when you get to an older age.

To help you get your dental health in order, we have gathered a few tips to ensure white and healthy teeth. 

1. Brush Twice a Day 

There is a common misconception that brushing after you wake up is enough. It’s not! 

You need to brush your teeth at least twice a day, in the morning and at night. 

It is better to brush your teeth before and after every meal to clear out any food particles that might have made their way into cavities.

2. Use the Right Toothpaste

The type of toothpaste you use is vital for your oral health. Make sure that your toothpaste contains fluoride, which can help strengthen the enamel and avoid your teeth from decaying.

3. Avoid Fizzy Drinks

Carbonated and fizzy drinks contain a lot of sugar and a significant amount of food acid. The food acid is known to weaken the teeth by softening the enamel. It is also believed that extreme consumption may even lead the food acid to eat your teeth down to the gums. So, avoid their excess consumption. 

4. Avoid Opening Bottles and Nuts with Teeth

Cracking nuts and opening bottles with your teeth may seem fun and convenient, but it can go a long way in ruining your teeth. Your teeth might be at the risk of getting chipped off and breaking entirely.

5. Protecting Your Teeth

The practice of wearing mouth guards and helmets when playing sports has become rare. I agree, having something stuck in your teeth while playing sports can be extremely annoying. However, in the long run, it is necessary. 

You wouldn’t want to go home after sports with a broken tooth and a painful mouth. Would you? So, always guard your mouth when playing. 

6. Eat Crunchy Fruits and Vegetables

Eating an apple a day can even keep the dentist away. It is advised by dentists to eat crunchy and difficult to chew fruits and vegetables. Apart from being a healthy part of your diet, these foods can help strengthen your jaws. 

People, specifically kids, nowadays are used to processed food, which is easy to chew. This, in the long run, goes on developing weak gums.

7. Don’t Limit Yourself to Brushing

A lot of people don’t explore the option of flossing and mouthwash. With flossing, you can get all those areas in the teeth which are difficult to reach with a toothbrush. Simply flossing once a day is enough. 

Mouthwash has many benefits. It reduces the amount of acid in your teeth and provides essential minerals to your teeth. 

 

Following a few of the tips mentioned above can go a long way to strengthening your teeth. Although the effort seems a bit hard, it is imperative if you want to have natural teeth rather than artificial ones when you are older. We hope that you give your dental health the importance it deserves.

To help you get your dental health in order, we have gathered a few tips to ensure white and healthy teeth. 

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