Our tips to help you take care of your smile
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Brushing twice a day for two minutes and flossing every day are essential for everyone, regardless of the unique characteristics of their mouth. It is the best way to fight tooth decay and periodontal disease.
Develop a routine
For example, diagnosing gum disease when it is still reversible, or cavities when they are small and more easily treated.
Regular dental visits are important because they can help identify oral health problems early on, when it is likely to be easier and more affordable for treatment. They also help prevent the development of many oral problems early on. Visiting your dentist regularly is also important, as some diseases or medical conditions have symptoms that may appear in the mouth.
- Your teeth are sensitive to heat or cold.
- Your gums are swollen and/or bleeding when brushing or flossing your teeth.
- You have fillings, crowns, dental implants, dentures, etc.
- You do not like the look of your smile or your teeth.
- Persistent bad breath or bad taste in the mouth.
- She is pregnant.
- Has pain or swelling in the mouth, face or neck.
- Has difficulty chewing or swallowing.
- You have a family history of gum disease or tooth decay.
- You have a medical condition such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, eating disorders, or are HIV-positive.
- Your mouth is often dry.
- You are a smoker.
- You are undergoing medical treatment, such as hormone replacement therapy, radiation, chemotherapy, etc.
- Your jaw sometimes thunders or is painful when opening and closing, chewing or when waking up, you have a misaligned bite.
- You have a spot or ulcer that does not look or feel good in your mouth and does not get better with time.
Yes. Even if you don't have any symptoms, you may still have oral health problems that only a dentist can diagnose. Regular dental visits will also help prevent problems from developing. Continuity of care is an important part of any health plan and dental health is no exception. Keeping your mouth healthy is an essential part of your overall health. It is also important to keep your dentist informed of any changes in your overall health as many diseases can affect your oral health as well.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to dental treatment.Some people need to visit the dentist once or twice a year, while others may need more visits. You are a unique individual with a unique smile and specific needs when it comes to maintaining a healthy smile.