healthy mouth habits

7 Healthy Mouth Habits 

A visit to the dentist every 6 months is certainly an important part of maintaining good oral hygiene and for some, a helpful reminder of the things they need to improve upon. Many of us don’t exactly look forward to these bi-annual checkups. We practice outstanding oral hygiene habits the night before or even the morning of, like a student cramming for a test. More often than not, your dentist can tell you haven’t put in the work long-term and will give you the infamous “floss talk”. These appointments are for your benefit but aren’t meant to be the only times of the year you should care about your teeth and gums. You know that ultra-clean feeling of smooth gums and shining teeth you have walking out of your dentist appointment? The goal of daily oral hygiene is to maintain that feeling around the clock. Since you can’t take your dentist home with you (unfortunately), it’s up to you to practice healthy mouth habits to properly take care of your mouth. If you’ve gone past your six month check-up and you’re searching for the best dental care in Los Angeles, contact us today.

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5 Tooth Decay Signs To Be Aware Of

Tooth decay, or rotting teeth, is the result of poor dental hygiene caused by tooth enamel breakdown, the bacteria left on teeth produces cavities.

Everyone is capable of getting tooth decay, even children as young as a few months old. Brushing, flossing, and rinsing with antibacterial mouthwash are imperative to avoiding tooth decay. However should you already need treatment for tooth decay there also exist great treatment options for tooth decay. Here are five signs that you may be experiencing tooth decay, and need treatment.

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A Tip From Your Periodontist: Brush Before Your Visit

Each time you visit your local dentist or periodontist you hear this voice in your head wishing that your next appointment will be better – without your gums bleeding excess blood or buildup of tar tar around your tooth because well, that is just embarrassing! And yes, periodontists DO KNOW the reasons behind all your dental activities.

Wishing that your next appointment will be better is easy but it actually having a better dental or periodontal visit needs some improvements in your daily routine.

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