Take Better Care Of Your Teeth!
Brushing twice a day is not enough anymore when your aim is to keep your teeth in perfect condition. We all want our teeth to last us a lifetime, but the sad truth is that not all of us are committed to strict oral hygiene practices.
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Back to taking care of your teeth
Your lifetime commitment to healthy teeth begins the moment you read our reasons why you should make your teeth a priority.
As you get older, the chances of getting gum disease and other related illnesses like bleeding gums can actually result in bone lose and receding gums. Women are particularly at risk of this happening, when between the ages of 30 and 50. Hormonal fluctuations can make women more susceptible to gum disease, which makes having regular dental appointments very important.
Flossing is a big deal
You’d be surprised by the number of people who don’t floss their teeth. One of the biggest reasons why people don’t floss is because they find it time-consuming and somewhat unnecessary. But the truth is, flossing is well worth the time it takes, even if you should find that it is a bit of a struggle. We recommend the Waterpik for easy flossing and healthier gums!
Don’t skip your dental appointments
Speak to just about anyone and you’ll probably find that most people don’t stick to their bi-yearly dental appointments. Life gets busy, sometimes dentists are a bit pricey, and in general, most people simply don’t think it is that important to stick to those appointments. Right now your teeth might be in a great condition, but in the long run, missing appointments can do more harm than you think.
Mouth bacteria can affect your body
Your overall health can be affected by the bacteria in your mouth, especially unhealthy bacteria. The bacteria that cause gum disease can be found in other parts of the body. Gum disease has also been associated with diabetes and cardiovascular problems. It is good to note that gum disease is not the cause of these health problems.