Take care of your teeth during National Dental Hygiene Month!
October is National Dental Hygiene Month! From Halloween candy to pumpkin pie, as you get ready to chow down on holiday treats, ensure that you remember to take good care of your teeth. Good oral hygiene can help to reduce your risk for diseases like tooth decay, gingivitis, and even heart disease. Check out what you need to know about keeping your teeth clean.
Make Brushing & Flossing Part of Your Routine.
When it comes to taking good care of your teeth, it’s important to brush and floss regularly. That way you can minimize plaque build up on your teeth, minimizing your risk for tooth decay and gum disease. Strive to brush your teeth at least twice per day. Additionally, floss once per day.
Be Conscious of the Foods You Eat.
It’s no secret that sugary foods are bad for you. However, they’re especially bad for your teeth. Sugar and acid break down the enamel of your teeth, increasing the risk that you suffer health consequences. Swap out foods high in sugar and acid for a varied diet full of nuts, fresh fruit, whole grains, and vegetables so that you keep your whole body healthy.
Visit Your Dentist Regularly.
When it comes to your dental health, it’s important that you regularly visit your dentist at least every six months. That way you can get your teeth professionally cleaned and check up on your oral health.
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