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5 Dental Care Tips for After Eating
Gum disease is actually a symptom of many life-threatening diseases such as heart disease. So it’s important to keep your dental hygiene up to par! Try these tips:
- Rinse with water immediately after eating.
- Wait at least 30 minutes to brush your teeth.
- Have your saliva tested for bacteria to find out if you’re prone to decay. (And if you are, avoid sugary foods!)
- Try MI paste before to help remineralize enamel.
- Chew gum that contains xylitol as the first ingredient. (It’s a sweetener that can help reduce your risk of cavities.)
This is off topic from what I usually talk about, but lets talk dental health for a moment.
Do you think it’s common for older people to lose some or most of their teeth?
What’s your dental health like? Do you brush and floss twice a day? And if you do, do your genetics get in the way of having pearly whites?
Is your dental health good?
Have you had many fillings, crowns, extractions, etc?
How old are you?
Just answer what you can or want, I would be very interested. Thank you. I will be making no judgments so honesty is appreciated, and if you message me, I won’t publish is, it will stay between us, and you always have the option of going on anon.
Just reblog it or send me a message if you want, or here’s a question mark so you can “answer” this text post —-> ?
Dental Health: Best Way of Communicating Your Dental Hygienist
Having a visit to the dental clinic can be nerve-racking. You don’t need to be anxious and lay your dental health on the line. Your dentist cannot read what’s on your mind. You should share your concerns and seek help to beat your dental fears.
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