Sponsored Post
Create an Account
Open menu
Two White Toothbrush Inside the White Ceramic Cup
Did you know that research shows your oral health is directly connected to your overall health? It’s because your teeth are so close to your nerves and blood supply, any infections coming through them or even plaque build-up can directly affect the rest of your body.
That’s why it’s essential you discover and implement the best practices for healthy teeth and gums.
Regular Check-Ups
Your regular dentist will inspect your teeth, correcting any misalignment, filling where necessary, and advising on other issues such as root canal or crowns. However, they won’t look at your teeth in relation to the rest of your body.
That’s why you need to have at least one checkup a year with a reputable holistic dentist. They’ll look at your teeth and your overall health, treating your body as a whole to give a balanced and effective treatment plan.
Looking after your teeth and gums means regular dental appointments, using a holistic dentists means your whole body will feel better for it.
Brush Daily
You need to brush your teeth at least twice a day, once in the morning and once in the evening. This is the best way to remove debris, plaque, and bacteria. However, it is critical that you don’t brush too hard.
Brushing hard damages the gums and can damage the enamel coating on your teeth, increasing the chances of infection and other issues.
Instead, use a finger and thumb only on your toothbrush and circular motions. A good tooth brushing should last 2-3 minutes.
The majority of toothpaste has fluoride in them as research shows it is beneficial for your teeth in that it prevents cavities.
However, not all kinds of toothpaste contain fluoride. Read the ingredients before you buy as it is best to use a toothpaste with fluoride in.
Flossing removes the plaque and bacteria that collect between your teeth. These are the bits that it’s hard to reach when you’re just brushing. Because they collect in small gaps they can cause substantial damage.
You need to floss once a day. Insert the floss between your teeth and lower it carefully to the gum line. You can then bring it back up with a sawing motion to dislodge any plaque, allowing you to rinse and remove it from your mouth.
Limit Sugar & Snacks
Sugar is bad for your teeth, but you already know this. In fact, sugar gives the bacteria in your mouth something to feed on. The fact that it is sticky means it adheres to your teeth. When the bacteria feed they produce acid, this is what attacks and weakens your enamel.
It’s not possible to avoid sugar completely but you can minimize your intake by thinking about what you’re eating.
Potentially more important is your ability to stop snacking. Snacking increases the amount of sugar going to your teeth and the damage that can be caused. It’s also likely to affect your waistline!
XOX Signature
Invalid Input
Invalid Input
Please tell us why do you think this post or page is inappropriate:(*)
Invalid Input
Invalid Input

  • report post
scissor divider

You may also like:


Add comment

Telegram Amazon Deals Closetsamples
Kellogg's Boycott 2024: Budget Meal Ideas that Cost Less than Cereal!
ClosetSamples donate button
Closetsamples Sidebar Button 2022 Update adult deals
Closetsamples Sidebar Button 2022 Update back to school
Closetsamples Sidebar Button 2022 Update travel deals
Closetsamples Sidebar Button 2022 Update gift guides
Closetsamples Sidebar Button 2022 Update halloween
Closetsamples Sidebar Button 2022 Update just pay shipping
Closetsamples Sidebar Button 2022 Update Pride
special offers
Allure Beauty Box
Diamond wedding Band
Save Money and Live Better When You Try These Money Saving Tips
closetsamples Digital Ashley Desktop Organizer Ad graphic design
Avon Coupons Discounts
Invest in the background of life with Acorns, and get a $20 bonus investment!
subscription box

cratejoy subscription boxes
California Wine Club
healthyutv discount deal
printable coupons
CouponSurfer Cash Back Rewards



Free Stuff



Connect with us!
urthbox Subscription Box BUY ONE GET ONE FREE
Never miss an update. Subscribe today!

Disclosure Policy

This website was created and owned by Ashley & is based in the USA. While sometimes we do have posts that are internationally and worldwide, this is not often. Our target audience is in the USA so please keep this in mind when using this site. Please note that Closet of Free Samples does accept forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions and/or other forms of compensation. Read More →

Sponsored Ads 

Aeroflow FREE Breast Pump