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Preventative Care Tips for Prolonged Oral Health
Preventative Care Tips for Prolonged Oral Health
July 13, 2017

A rewarding journey towards healthy oral hygiene involves dealing with any impending complications, while preventing the occurrence of others. The combination of both treating any arising issues with the help of a dentist in Toronto, as well as taking time for preventive measures ensures a lasting and healthy oral hygiene. Taking small, dentist-recommended steps every day equates in a confident smile, fresh breath, and healthy teeth.



QQ Dental, your dedicated dentist in Toronto, recommends the following four preventive measures:



Brush your teeth regularly


Regular brushing of your teeth keeps away accumulation of food particle buildup. When accumulated in the spaces between your teeth or between the teeth and the gums, bacterial infection is likely. Best practice requires that you brush your teeth at least twice a day, preferably in the morning and in the evening.


Regular flossing


Flossing your teeth daily is a great way of removing food particles from spaces in your teeth that a conventional toothbrush cannot get to. In practice, decay of any food particles trapped between your teeth leads to bad breath and cavities. By flossing daily, you get rid of the food particles and give your teeth a longer life without suffering from dental cavities. For the best results, remember to consult with your dentist in Toronto on the best way to care for your teeth and gums on a daily basis.


Avoid sugary foods


While food-based sugar is the highest contributor of dental cavities and other forms of tooth decay, sugar cannot be fully avoided from your daily diet. Instead, a substantive reduction of the amounts consumed is a great milestone toward keeping your teeth devoid of dental problems. To keep your teeth strong and free from increased exposure to agents of tooth decay, ensure that you consume a balanced diet that does not contribute to significant sugar particles being left on your teeth. Otherwise, ensure that you always clean your teeth regularly to remove any trapped food particles.


For more tips on how to keep your teeth healthy, schedule your appointment with a dentist in Toronto by visiting us at QQ Dental. 

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