My teeth were starting to deteriorate, and I was running out of options to repair them. The dentist gave me a choice. I could wait until the bone loss was so bad that I would have to have my teeth removed and get dentures, or I could have them removed now and get dental implants. I opted for the implants. If you’re thinking of getting dental implants, you probably have a lot of questions. I love mine, but they took some getting used to. In this blog, I’m sharing my experience and all the information that I picked up throughout my implant experience. You can find out what the procedure entails, how to prepare for your implants, and how to care for them once they’re in.
Brushing your teeth is probably something you have been doing for as long as you can remember, and maybe your parents started brushing your teeth at age two or earlier. It is likely that both your parents and childhood dentist showed you how to brush, and you are confident that you are doing a great job. But surprisingly enough, you may be missing some vital information and skills that will ensure you are brushing well enough to prevent decay.
What do you need?
You surely have a toothbrush and toothpaste at home, and maybe even dental floss. But is that enough to keep your teeth healthy? Follow these tips to maximize the effectiveness of your brushing "tools":
What Should You Do?
If you can make it a habit to brush your teeth well, while also eating a healthy diet and seeing your dentist twice a year for cleaning and examinations, the health of your teeth will be maximized. When your teeth look and feel better, you will tend to smile more, and that will make you look and feel better all over!
For more tips, be sure to contact local dentists.Share