These hygiene tips will make sure that your smile is as clean as possible
How you care for your smile has the biggest impact on your long-term oral and general health. If you aren’t brushing and flossing regularly, as you should, you could fall victim to gum disease and decay. Our Thornton, CO, dentist Dr. Christina McMillon wants everyone to walk out of the office with a clean bill of health, and the best way to do that is to practice good at-home oral care.
Here are some habits to adopt right now for a healthier smile and a healthier you,
Brushing Your Teeth
When it comes to brushing your teeth make sure that you are,
Flossing Your Teeth
Along with brushing you should also make sure that you are,
Eating for Your Smile
We already know that our diet impacts our health, so it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that what you eat also affects your teeth and gums. The cavities that our Thornton, CO, dentist treats usually could have been prevented through good oral hygiene and a healthier smile. Reduce your risk for cavities and gum disease by following these dietary suggestions,
If you are dealing with an urgent matter, or to schedule a preventive visit, please call Dr. Christina O. McMillon of Hearthside Dentistry in Thornton, CO at (303) 280-2285.