Children of all ages should brush their teeth twice a day. In fact, even babies need oral care to keep their mouth and gums healthy and toddlers as young as two years old can brush their teeth with a bit of help from mom and dad. Teach them how to brush now to prevent oral health problems later down the road.
When it comes to health-related issues, most of us don’t ignore the necessity of acknowledging they must be addressed. The same is true when it comes to oral health. Unfortunately, in an age where we turn to the internet for our information, we suddenly have become inundated with “alternative facts” and inaccurate reporting of truth.
Each dentist visit provides the patient the opportunity to learn more about their oral health, get tips and advice from a medical professional and otherwise provide themselves with the comfort of knowing they’re in good hands with the dental professional they’ve selected for care.
Good oral hygiene reduces cavities, keeps bad breath at bay and reduces the risk that you’ll lose teeth or wear dentures later in life. But, good oral hygiene involves far more than brushing your teeth twice daily. Set a goal to maintain the best oral hygiene possible, using the 12 tips below to reach a new level of exceptional oral health.
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At our dental centre, we strive to provide dental service that patients need deserve. We provide comprehensive dental services for your dental health, which includes restorative and cosmetic dentistry. We strive to create a relaxing environment for our patients whether they’re just coming to our office to ask a question or having to undergo procedures.