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The holiday season is often
filled with parties and other
social gatherings.
While these festivities are a
lot of fun, the...
It’s important to take care of
your oral health during the
holidays.
Limit Your Sweets Intake
There is nothing wrong with having a
couple cookies at a party as long as they
aren’t the only th...
Steer Clear of Sticky Foods
Sticky foods tend to remain on your teeth
longer than other kinds of food, leading to
a greate...
Drink a Lot of Water
Get alternate alcoholic and sweet drinks at
holiday events with water to stay hydrated
which helps in...
Drink Soda and other Sweet
Beverages with a Straw
The more sugar makes direct contact with
your teeth, the more damage it ...
Keep a Toothbrush and
Toothpaste on Hand
During the craziness of the holidays, you
may not always have a chance to go home...
For Any Dental
Queries or Treatment
Call Us
at
(303) 772-9966
Or
Visit Us at
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5 easy tips to keep your teeth healthy this Christmas

Christmas is just around the corner. While it’s the time to enjoy and have fun, it also leads to diets full of sugary treats and drinks. So it’s important to take care of your teeth during this festive season. There are many ways to look after your oral health and still enjoy the Christmas treats. http://www.foxcreekfamilydental.com/blog/5-easy-tips-keep-teeth-healthy-christmas/

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5 easy tips to keep your teeth healthy this Christmas

  1. 1. The holiday season is often filled with parties and other social gatherings. While these festivities are a lot of fun, they can also lead to eating heaps of sweets.
  2. 2. It’s important to take care of your oral health during the holidays.
  3. 3. Limit Your Sweets Intake There is nothing wrong with having a couple cookies at a party as long as they aren’t the only thing that you eat. Load your plate with healthy, filling food, such as fresh fruit and vegetables and crackers and cheese, and then choose a couple desserts.
  4. 4. Steer Clear of Sticky Foods Sticky foods tend to remain on your teeth longer than other kinds of food, leading to a greater amount of damage. When you’re in the mood for something sweet, skip the dried fruit, trail mix, and gummy candy and reach for a little piece of chocolate.
  5. 5. Drink a Lot of Water Get alternate alcoholic and sweet drinks at holiday events with water to stay hydrated which helps in washing the sugar off your teeth. If you don’t like to drink plain water, garnish your glass with a lemon wedge or mint sprig.
  6. 6. Drink Soda and other Sweet Beverages with a Straw The more sugar makes direct contact with your teeth, the more damage it does. The sugar in a can of soda is much less harmful for your teeth while you drink it with a straw.
  7. 7. Keep a Toothbrush and Toothpaste on Hand During the craziness of the holidays, you may not always have a chance to go home between different parties or between work and a family gathering. Packing a toothbrush and toothpaste ensures that you’ll be able to keep your teeth clean while on the go.
  8. 8. For Any Dental Queries or Treatment Call Us at (303) 772-9966 Or Visit Us at

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