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Tips For Perfect Dental Health

Tips For Perfect Dental Health

A toothache. Bleeding gums. Cavities. Fillings. Dental aches can be quite painful, and the treatment can be long and expensive. Which is why the adage ‘Prevention is better than cure’ holds true when it comes to looking after your dental health. 

A good, regular dental health routine along with regular visits to the dentist can help you keep your teeth and gums healthy and pain-free and avoid long-term problems. Not to mention having sparkling teeth and that dazzling smile!

This post shares useful tips for a simple – yet effective – dental health routine. 

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1. Brush Your Teeth Twice A Day… Everyday

This is the most basic rule of good dental hygiene, yet so many people don’t follow this golden rule. One cannot stress enough the importance of brushing your teeth every morning and every night. 

When and how you brush is also important. Brush the first thing in the morning (even before your first cup of tea or coffee) in order to remove the bad bacteria and bad breath that has accumulated through the night. Also, don’t go to sleep without brushing at night – this is very important as it helps remove any food stuck on or in between your teeth which could build up as plaque; it also helps protect your teeth from sugar-related damage. If you’ve consumed a sweet drink or too many sugary or sticky foods during the day, brush in between meals as well. 

Flossing every night before bed is also a great practice to include in your nightly brushing routine as is using a mouthwash after brushing (not instead of brushing!). Yes, flossing helps to get those pesky hard-to-reach food bits that get stuck in between your teeth out, but more importantly, it also helps to stimulate and reduce inflammation of the gums and helps in preventing the build-up of plaque. 

Mouthwash helps to clean and protect your teeth and gums further, reducing the acid and sugar build-up on your teeth. 

2. Don’t Miss Your Regular Dentist Appointments 

Most of us only think of visiting our dentist when we have a toothache or sore gums or some other dental problem. However, if we stay up-to-date with our dental appointments, we could possibly avoid these emergency dental appointments and have great, problem-free teeth and gums. 

If you haven’t already registered with a dentist, do that. http://www.prestoncommonsdentalcare.com/ is a good dental care practice to register with if you’re in Dallas, Texas. 

3. Don’t Eat Too Many Sweet Foods 

Sugary foods can cause a number of health issues and can be disastrous for your teeth as well, leading to cavities, tooth decay, accumulation of plaque and loss of enamel which then causes further teeth problems and gum diseases. 

If you do consume sweet foods often, then remember to brush your teeth afterwards or at least gargle with a mouthwash that specialises in sugar-acid protection. 

4. Drinking More Water Helps!

You probably know the benefits of drinking more water and how it’s great for good health, but it is also great for good dental care. Drinking water after every meal helps wash out some of the negative effects of acidic or sweet foods and drinks in between brushes. 

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Greener-on-the-go

Greener-on-the-go

You’d probably count yourself as someone who really does care about the environment and the impact you have on it. As such you do your bit through recycling, cutting down on plastics, trying to not waste food and buying from sustainable food sources as often as you can. Yet still you know you can do more but don’t seem to be able to find the time.
How can you be greener-on-the-go and stay in budget? It is possible. Here are our top tips for reducing even more waste and greening up your life:

Drink more, pay less

Lifestyle bloggers and health gurus across the planet extol the virtue of drinking more water. It’s great for our skin, for our energy levels and the functions of all our vital organs. Drinking more water is a no brainer when it comes to our health but what’s not so healthy are the millions of plastic water bottles that end up in our seas, lakes and oceans. They are a scourge to marine life and one of the biggest sources of pollution on the planet. The answer?
Reusable bottles. The great thing about these bottles is, unlike their plastic counterparts, they’re not boring or a standard design at all. You can buy customized, funky designs that will fit neatly into a bag and you’re all set. The other great thing about reusable water bottles is that there are a growing number of cafes and stores that will top up reusable bottles for free in a bid to encourage responsible water consumption.

This same good news applies to coffee lovers. Invest in a reusable coffee cup and save money on your daily latte with hundreds of coffee chains and independents offering money off or free refills for customers choosing an ethical option. Saving money and reducing plastic waste never felt more stylish.

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BYO

Bring your own containers out shopping to your local grocery store when you’re doing your weekly shop. Ask for your fresh meat to be placed straight into a reusable plastic container from home rather than picking up a product covered in layers of plastic wrap that can’t be recycled. It’s easier to place straight into the fridge or freezer and easier to remove when you need to cook it up. The container can be used over and over and you can feel pretty good knowing you’ve made an ethical shopping decision without any added expense.

Similarly, with vegetables, avoid using disposable bags or buying pre-packed just set aside a sturdy hold-all that you don’t mind getting a little dirty, to put them straight into.

Whether you’re a busy personal injury attorney, parent or entrepreneur these two tips will save you both time and money while having an impact on the environment. Make a commitment today, snap up a stylish water bottle and reusable coffee cup and you’ll be making an investment into a more sustainable and greener future and help in the battle against plastic pollution across the globe.


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