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Oral Hygiene Changes to Make After Getting New Braces
Posted on 2/10/2018 by Jolie
When it comes to getting braces, you want to make sure that you are getting the cleaning done that needs to be done. This means being able to clean in the right areas, making sure you floss and always making sure that you eat the right things that are not going to ruin the braces in the mouth when you have them. Tips for Oral Hygiene With BracesWhen you have braces on the outside of your teeth, then you need to make sure that you are taking the best care of them. Bacteria and plaque build up can happen easily when it comes to being caked in between the braces on the mouth. When this build up sits on the outside of the teeth, it can eat through the enamel and cause cavities to happen. These cavities can be hard to get too to fix because of the braces being in the way. This is why having the best oral hygiene practices is strongly recommended. Another consideration is that you need to not eat sticky, chewy, hard or crunchy foods that are going to stick to the braces, cause them to break or even might cause the food to get stuck in areas where it should not be. You do not want something like this to happen when it comes to having the best for your teeth. The best is going to provide you with a healthier smile that does not cause further problems, even when you have braces. If you have braces and need better oral hygiene, a cleaning or an exam; speak with us today. Our professional dentists are more than happy to help you get the cleaning that is needed for a brighter, healthier smile overall. Call us today to learn even more about the car of your braces and your overall oral hygiene.... Read more...