Sunday, December 15, 2019
The Health of Your Smile
Have you been told your whole life the health of your teeth is hereditary? Do they tell you it is something you have to live with even though you don’t want to? Then take a stand! There are things you can do to ensure your smile is as healthy as can be. You do not have to live with periodontal disease, cracked, or broken teeth. You can take the first step in getting your smile in great shape. Did you know, our teeth are designed to last a lifetime?
Here are a few tips for improving the health of your smile, no matter what you face. Step 1 is to visit your cosmetic dentist. You want to get to the underlined problem of what is impacting your smile. If you have decay or periodontal disease, this will not go away on its own. Visiting the dentist can help you come up with a plan and give you the necessary information you need to improve your smile.
Next, brush and floss. Brushing is the only way to remove food build-up from the surface of your teeth. While flossing is the key to keeping your gums in great shape, you want to be careful about the number of carbohydrates you eat. Carbohydrates tend to get a bad wrap they also can impact the health of your smile.
You deserve the best. If you have questions on how you can improve your smile, contact Dr. Judy Strutz and her team.