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Dental check up - the often neglected part of health care
So how often do you really need a dental check-up? your colleague in the next cubicle goes three times annually, and your best friend sees the dentist just once a year and your parents have never been to the dentist unless they have a problem. Confused?
Here's the professional answer to all your doubts. Even though many of us might think that our teeth are in good shape, regular visits to the dentist are very important. Your oral health depends on two factors: brushing and flossing regularly and seeing your dentist every six months for an oral examination and professional teeth cleaning. You will not be alone in wondering why you need to visit a dental professional so often if you are taking good care of your teeth and gums. But even the most diligent of us can miss hard to reach areas of the mouth and leave them vulnerable to tooth decay and periodontal (gum) disease. Your six monthly oral examination will ensure that your dentist spots any problem at an early stage and addresses these adequately. Moreover, regular professional teeth cleaning will ensure that one prevents many oral health issues from occurring in the first place saving you both physical and financial pain that is sure to occur if you neglect your teeth and allow problems to develop.
Periodic and timely care and prevention of diseases in the mouth are the best possible care you can give your teeth. Tackling problems early will save your teeth from root canal treatment of worse still, having to be extracted. So, spend your money and time wisely- get to the dentist on a regular basis rather than after things have gone wrong!
Always remember a healthy smile is a beautiful smile and we will help you flaunt that smile.
The correct way to care for your best food partners - your teeth!
The best way to brush is to mentally divide your teeth into 4 equal areas (quadrants). It is important to spend at least 30 seconds on each quadrant, adding up to a total of 2 minutes each time you brush.
Here is what you need to bear in mind -
Squeeze a small amount of toothpaste on to your toothbrush.&nbsp;
Look in the mirror while you brush your teeth and see where the brush is actually going. It's easy to miss the area right at the gum line, which is the most important part
The trick is to brush very gently as brushing vigorously can erode tooth enamel
Now that you are ready to start, here is how to brush your teeth right -
Step 1 - start with the outer and inner surfaces. Brush your teeth at a 45-degree angle in short half-tooth-wide strokes against the gum line
Step 2 - hold the brush flat and brush back and forth on the chewing surface
Step 3 - on inside surfaces of front teeth, tilt the brush vertically and use gentle up and down strokes.
Step 4 - use a tongue cleaner in a back-to-front sweeping motion to remove food particles and freshen your mouth. Don't press too hard, or you'll end up damaging the tissues.
Start following a healthy oral regimen today.