Oral Hygiene

Believe it or not, there is more to good oral hygiene than brushing and flossing your teeth. What many of us don’t realize is that good oral health practices are as important as what we put in our mouths.

The ADA recognizes the link between good oral health and good nutrition. Tooth decay is on the rise as more of us and our children consume record numbers of sugar-filled sodas, sweetened fruit drinks, and snack foods. When plaque comes into contact with sugar or starch in the mouth, acid is produced, which attacks the teeth for 20 minutes or longer. This can eventually result in tooth decay.

By maintaining a healthy diet, drinking more water, and limiting snacks, we improve the overall health of our teeth and gums.



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