Oral Hygiene Regular Dentist & Dental Hygienist Check Ups In Whangarei
Oral Hygiene Regular Dentist & Dental Hygienist Check-Ups In Whangarei
Oral hygiene regular dentist & dental hygienist checkups Whangarei
Visit our dental clinic regularly every six months for a checkup; dentists can spot & fix problems before becoming a problem, saving you both money & pain.
We have a highly skilled dental hygienist. To maintain optimal oral health, book an appointment with our dental hygienist; she will give your teeth a more thorough clean & show you more ways to look after your teeth. For example, if your teeth are sensitive, try different toothpaste brands. Also, ask our dentist, Dr Dennis Shepherd, as he might be able to help determine the cause.
Try gargle with an antiseptic mouthwash such as Savacol in the morning & evening after brushing your teeth, as it helps you remove bacteria from your teeth. Just remember to do it after brushing, but not instead of brushing. It is essential to frequently replace your toothbrush as the bristles on your toothbrush become worn & fail to perform as well as they should.
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Also, bacteria can build up on your toothbrush & become embedded in the bristles. Replacing your toothbrush every three months is a core component of an excellent dental care habit.
Sometimes brushing isn't enough so ask your dentist about dental sealants. The dental sealant acts as a protective coating on the part of the teeth used to chew your food, such as the molars, directly preventing tooth decay. To learn more about the best Oral hygiene & regular dentist & dental hygienist checkups for the best preventative dental programme for your teeth. Call our Whangarei dentist clinic today & book a checkup with Dr Dennis Shepherd or his dental hygienist on 09 438 7694
A dry mouth and bad breath can make one feel embarrassed and self-conscious when speaking socially or business. One way to solve this is to use xylitol present in some gum or hard candy drops. In addition, the Vedic's from India recommended cleaning your tongue using a scraper or soft toothbrush once or twice a day.
Avoid acidic and high sugar foods as much as possible. Your teeth and gums take quite a bit of punishment from these food groups. So, if you can, avoid them or eat them with your meal and a lot of water. Also, as soon as you finish, immediately brush your teeth to minimise the damage.
Avoid carb snacks if possible. Potato chips and other salty snacks build-up is difficult to remove residue on your teeth. If you need to have a snack, choose some fruits or other healthy food. Clean your teeth immediately afterwards if you can, or plan on spending more time flossing later.
Brush your teeth twice a day. Ideally, brush your teeth after every meal. Or, as a minimum, first thing in the morning and the last thing at night. Scrubbing your teeth with a clean toothbrush often is one of the easiest ways to prevent tooth decay.
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