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Dental Health: A Foundation for Healthy Life

Dental Health: A Foundation for Healthy LifeGood dental health can be a foundation for an overall healthier life. Most people know to brush twice a day and floss every day. However, there are other steps you can be taking to keep your teeth and gums stronger and healthier. Our dentist in Beverly Hills explains.

1. Dental hygiene
Use a soft-bristled toothbrush with fluoride toothpaste to remove plaque and bacteria and reduce the risk of tartar buildup. Use an antimicrobial mouth rinse to remove even more bacteria, and replace your toothbrush every three months to avoid damaging your gums. If you have been sick, replace your toothbrush sooner to reduce the risk of re-infection.

2. Regular dental visits
Creating a dental treatment plan that includes biannual dental checkups can help catch early signs of gum disease, tooth decay or other dental health problems. Poor dental health strongly correlates with cardiovascular disease, respiratory problems and diabetes, which means that maintaining your oral health can also help you live a healthier life.

3. Good nutrition
Eating a healthy diet can affect every aspect of your health, including your dental health. Processed foods, sugary drinks and junk food can deprive your teeth and gums of the nutrients they need and bathe them in sticky starches and enamel-destroying acids. Focus instead on fresh produce, whole grains, heart-healthy fats and lean proteins, and save the unhealthy snacks for occasional treats.

Keep your teeth for a lifetime by maintaining good dental habits and treating problems quickly and conservatively. Contact our dental office today to schedule your next appointment.

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