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Listen To These Tips To Improve Your Oral Health

Dental care for your health

Smiling and happy! By Liz20151222 (Own work), CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons.

There are certain issues which get more attention than others. For example, the majority of people care about their weight and want to research ways to maintain a healthy size. But, there are also issues that get nowhere near as much attention, such as oral hygiene.

Having bad teeth and gums isn’t only unappealing aesthetically – it’s a potential health hazard. As such, it’s about time you started to treat oral hygiene with the respect it deserves.

To start, take a look at the tips below. This is how to improve your oral hygiene.

Brush Properly

When people hear or read the term ‘properly,’ they respond with a snort of derision. The idea that they don’t brush their teeth correctly is laughable because it seems so easy. After all, it only involves putting toothpaste on a brush and adding water. How could anyone get that wrong? Well, it turns out it is possible because there are rules to proper brushing. For example, did you know that you are supposed to clean your teeth for two minutes? What about the parts that you don’t realize are necessary to clean? Before you think about anything else, you need to know whether you are a legitimate brusher or not.

Oral health routine: What are you doing?

There’s more to do than brushing. Also floss your teeth and regularly use mouthwash. Flickr, CC BY 2.0.

And Do More Than Brushing

Cleaning your teeth twice a day might seem like a thorough job, yet you would be surprised. People that only use a toothbrush actually put their oral hygiene at risk because they don’t cover the bases. The key to great oral health is to add elements which get into the nooks and crannies, such mouthwash and floss. That way, the build up of bacteria won’t be able to hide and break down your enamel and gum tissue.

Cut Out Bad Habits

Of course, drinking soda that is full of sugar is a bad habit of which everyone is aware. Still, there are ones that people don’t realize do considerable damage or just don’t care. The biggest impediment to your oral hygiene is smoking, which is why you need to quit. Not only does it discolor the outside of teeth, but it also causes diseases such as mouth, throat and lip cancer. Thankfully, SMOKO e-cigarette products can stop this from becoming your reality. Drinking excessive amounts of alcohol is also another unhealthy habit that needs to stop.

More milk for a healthier mouth

Drinking milk to benefit your teeth. Pixabay, Creative Commons.

Consume Helpful Substances

For every action, there is an opposite reaction. That means for every bad substance you put in your mouth, there is a good one that can reverse the negative effects. What are these super products? Well, the first one is calcium, the teeth strengthening matter found in milk. Yep, by drinking more milk the whole of your mouth will benefit. Others to watch out for are vitamins B and D, both of which are found in fruits and vegetables. If transforming your diet is too much, it is possible to get them in pill form.

One final tip that goes a long way: schedule an appointment to see your dentist. Dental professionals not only stop potential health hazards, but they also provide information on how to take care of your teeth and gums.



  1. John Fioravanti August 3, 2017

    I think I scored pretty well on this one, Christy! Miracles never cease! Thanks. Hugs!

    1. Christy B August 5, 2017

      Woohoo ((cheering)) !!

    2. John Fioravanti August 5, 2017


  2. Jay Starks August 4, 2017

    Great discussion on Oral Hygiene. 👍🏾

  3. Ben Aqiba August 4, 2017

    Hi Christy,

    great tips as always.

  4. ultimatetravel8 August 4, 2017

    Great advices!

  5. Rae Longest August 4, 2017

    A good reminder of what we SHOULD already know but don’t bring to mind often enough!

  6. Matt August 4, 2017

    One of the biggest motivators for me to take good care of my teeth or gums is that whenever I don’t I get scolded by my dentist. My fear of being shamed keeps me flossing.

  7. Loretta August 4, 2017

    I am a freak about my teeth. I can’t stand it if they don’t feel like glass! My dentist once said I should be the poster child for flossing :-)

    1. Christy B August 5, 2017

      Ohhhh you’d go well with my mom who also is fanatical about her teeth ;) Hugs

  8. dgkaye August 4, 2017

    Flossing in more important than most people know. Great post. :) xx

  9. Gail Henderson August 5, 2017

    Good post, although drinking milk will not affect the teeth once they are formed. Totally right about fizzy drinks and sugar is the enemy.

  10. Reema August 13, 2017

    Great Post! Useful Tips :)


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