Grants Help Schools Break Cycle Of Poor Oral Hygiene

They’ll even learn about careers in oral health. A field trip to offices of a local dentist and orthodontist will help bring the curriculum alive for students. They’ll also be screened for tooth decay, and given a sealant treatment and fluoride rinse to protect against future decay. The students will be treated at the annual Give Kids a Smile Day , as needed.
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Brushing up on good oral hygiene.

Floss is still the best method you can use to get between your teeth down to the gums and disrupt plaque so it wont harden and have to be scraped off. Tooth Whitening Eating healthy foods and snacks throughout the day will help to keep your teeth and your body healthy. High acidic foods and drinks like fruit juices, sports drinks, lemonades, fruit flavored drinks and soft drinks can damage the enamel on your teeth and expose the inner layer, leading to sensitive teeth. Visiting your dentist twice a year is an integral part of good oral hygiene to complement your routine of brushing, flossing and diet. When you go to your dentist, the doctor and hygiene team check your teeth, do an oral exam and take x-rays if necessary to detect any problems with your teeth or gums. At Dentistry at Clarkson Village Shoppes, 800 Southdown Rd., Unit A3, in Mississauga the dental professionals will work with you to develop an oral hygiene routine that will ensure your teeth and gums are healthy. To arrange an appointment, call 905-822-8880 or email their office at info@drhannalo.com .
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Tips For A New Smile In The New Year

Dentists also screen for oral cancer and help with many other issues. Preventive visits arekeyfor everyone.
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General Oral Hygiene

It doesn’t matter if it is mechanical or manual, what matters is that you use it. The soft bristles will gently remove surface stains, food particles, and plaque without damaging underlying tooth enamel. Brush the front and back of your teeth, both up and down and in a circular fashion for at least two minutes after every meal and snack. If you have eaten something particularly acidic, wait 30 minutes before brushing to prevent damaging tooth enamel, but don’t skip brushing. Flossing should be done prior to brushing both morning and night to allow your toothbrush to remove the particles that floss knocks loose.
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