How to Care for Your Teeth Before Going to Bed!

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Do you floss your teeth daily? Do you brush your teeth at least twice a day or after every meal? When was the last time you got a professional dental cleaning? Are you wondering why you’re being asked all these questions? Well, first of all, because maintaining good dental care is really important! No one really likes visiting the dentist constantly, just a minor reason as to why you need to make sure that you keep your teeth clean. You can do this by getting a professional dental cleaning by Dental Health Professionals to ensure that your teeth are free from plaque build-up, cavities, bacteria, and to avoid diseases caused by these bacteria. It’s an oxymoron really, you must visit the dentist once every six months to stay away from the dentist’s office and those frightening dentist tools.

Aside from getting a professional cleaning in order to avoid spending your valuable time at the dentist treating a cavity or gum disease, pulling out a decayed tooth, or fixing your dental problems, you have other options.

The Following are Ways you can Take Care of Your Teeth at Home

  • Floss: The most ignored but the most important! Flossing removes bacteria stuck between the teeth, you can actually develop gum disease if you don’t floss daily.
  • Brushing: It must be done after every meal or twice a day. Properly brushing your teeth should not take less than two minutes, and it must hold at a 45 angle pointing at your gums in a circular motion.
  • Rinse: The proper way to rinse your mouth is by swishing therapeutic rinses for 30 seconds or more.
  • Don’t chew gum: Chewing before you’re going to sleep as a teeth brushing replacement is not a good idea at all. Aside from causing TMJ (temporomandibular joint disorder), it won’t help you get rid of all the bacteria.

Visiting Dental Health Professionals for professional cleaning is an addition of keeping teeth clean. Making sure that you don’t have any cavities or gum disease developing is important for keeping good oral health. Make sure you’re avoiding certain drinks or foods that may cause your teeth to decay. If your teeth are healthy then it won’t negatively affect your body. For instance, bacteria that are not removed causes gum prone to infection.

Dental Health Professionals at the Miami Cosmetic Dental Offices are able to help you in developing healthy dental habits, all you have to do is pick up the phone and call!

For the best Dental Care services in Miami, Call the Miami Cosmetic Dentist, Dr. Andres de Cardenas today at (305) 251-3334 or click here to make an appointment.