Best Dental Practices For Good Oral Health

Best Dental Practices For Good Oral Health

Posted by Dr. Craig Cardon on Oct 18 2022, 05:39 AM

Good oral hygiene is important for everyone. Failing to brush and floss your teeth can lead to cavities and gum disease. However, some dental problems are more common than others. In some cases, your dentist may recommend that you take extra steps at home to protect your smile.

Here are simple oral health tips for maintaining your smile:

Brush and Floss Your Teeth Regularly 

Following your oral health care routine at home will help preserve the health of your teeth and gums and prevent the need for more advanced dental treatments. Brushing at least twice a day with a toothbrush and toothpaste that meet your dentist’s recommendations will keep your mouth clean and keep bacteria at bay. Additionally, flossing daily or at least a few times a week will remove food particles that your toothbrush can’t reach and help your gums stay healthy.

Rinse With An Antibacterial Mouthwash Every Day

You should rinse with an alcohol-free, antimicrobial mouthwash at least once a day. This kills bacteria that brushing and flossing may have missed, helping to keep you protected from tooth decay. Using fluoride-containing mouthwash can also help to strengthen your teeth and protect them from decay. It is important to remember that overusing mouthwash can do more harm than good.


Paying attention to your diet is also important for your oral health. Eating sugary foods and drinks too often can increase your chances of developing cavities, so try to limit these items for optimal oral health. 

See Your Dentist Regularly

Visiting your general dentist every six months for preventive care is the best way to keep your oral health in optimal condition, according to the American Academy of Periodontology. When you can keep up with your routine visits, you can avoid issues such as tooth decay and gum disease, which occur when plaque builds up on the teeth and irritates the gums. A skilled dentist can remove this buildup as part of your routine cleaning visit. Regular checkups can also help with the early detection of other oral health concerns, such as oral cancer or TMJ disorder. Early detection often means less invasive treatment. 

If you are looking for an expert dentist, go nowhere. Visit Table Mountain at 6410 Miller St #15, Arvada, CO 80004. Contact us at (720) 749-2711 for any questions or concerns you have. Also, schedule an appointment online to visit us. 

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