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9 Tips to get a better smile

  1. 1. 9 tips to have a great smile By David Traub Dentistry Guide http://smileguidetouch.com
  2. 2. 9. Electronic Tooth Brush Electronic toothbrushes can clean more thoroughly and many of them even have a timer so you won’t brush your teeth for a short period of time. Buy one with a removable head rather than a fixed one so you can get longer use out of it. Dentistry Guide http://smileguidetouch.com
  3. 3. Electronic toothbrush and floss Dentistry Guide http://smileguidetouch.com
  4. 4. 8. Use dental floss every day It is firmly established in people’s minds that brushing twice a day can help guard against gum disease. However, flossing often gets over looked despite several studies concluding that using floss to clean between teeth is more effective at reducing gingivitis than tooth-brushing alone. Dentistry Guide http://smileguidetouch.com
  5. 5. 7. Drink your way to good oral health Your teeth are under attack for about an hour after you consume a fizzy drink, tooth decay and dental erosion can often result from excessive exposure to sugar. All dentists agree that water and milk are both far more kind to teeth than those sugar-laden liquids which come in cans. Dentistry Guide http://smileguidetouch.com
  6. 6. 6. Give up smoking If you don’t actually smoke skip to the next slide, if you do smoke take a look at this! Using nicotine products increases your risk of staining your teeth yellow and suffering from gum disease and tooth-loss. If you need any further motivation bear in mind that a survey conducted by National No Smoking Day found that 57% of people are put off by the idea of kissing someone with smoker’s breath Dentistry Guide http://smileguidetouch.com
  7. 7. Smoking causes mouth diseases also! Dentistry Guide http://smileguidetouch.com
  8. 8. 5. Establish a routine Try to get a daily routine in place so that looking after your teeth becomes a second nature. Your routine should include brushing your teeth at least twice a day and waiting a while after eating or drinking before picking up the tooth brush. Brushing too soon after a meal might damage your teeth as this when your enamel is at its most vulnerable. Dentistry Guide http://smileguidetouch.com
  9. 9. Brush your teeth twice a day! Dentistry Guide http://smileguidetouch.com
  10. 10. 4. Book a dentist’s appointment Just because you feel no pain in your mouth doesn’t mean that you don’t have tooth decay or other dental problems. That’s why it’s always best to see your dentist regularly so that problems can be detected in an early stage when they are easier to treat. Dentistry Guide http://smileguidetouch.com
  11. 11. 3. Check out teeth-whitening Home whitening involves molds of your teeth being taken so that teeth whitening trays can be constructed and used at home. In-office whitening normally involves teeth-whitening gel being applied to your teeth before the light of a powerful lamp is directed at your mouth. The procedure, which takes place in the dentist’s chair, normally takes about 90 minutes. Dentistry Guide http://smileguidetouch.com
  12. 12. Check with your dentist at least twice ayear! Dentistry Guide http://smileguidetouch.com
  13. 13. 2. Consider cosmetic treatment Teeth-whitening is just one of many popular modern dental treatments which are available. Others include procedures involving veneers, crown and aligners. Braces are also popular and thanks to technology, they are now far more discreet than they were in the previous years. Dentistry Guide http://smileguidetouch.com
  14. 14. 1. Don’t worry be happy! And the most obvious way to improve your smile is being happy. Be healthy, enjoy your life and let the world see your smile! Dentistry Guide http://smileguidetouch.com
  15. 15. Further Information For further information about dental care in a dental guide way go to http://smileguidetouch.com Dentistry Guide http://smileguidetouch.com