Dental health tips


Smoking and other tobacco products can lead to gum disease by affecting the attachment of bone and soft tissue to your teeth. It appears that smoking interferes with the normal function of gum tissue cells. This interference makes smokers more susceptible to infections, such as periodontal disease, and also seems to impair blood flow to the gums – which may affect wound healing.

Eat healthy diet and use a straw Food & Drinks

Eating a properly balanced diet rich in rainbow-hued fruits and vegetables helps build your immune system and arms your mouth with the ability to battle infections!
To reduce acid contact from drinks, use a straw.

Start the Day with breakfast and Smile

Start your morning with a protein and fruit-rich breakfast. You’ll have more energy and a brighter smile too!

Chase with Water

Water is your best weapon against staining.

Red wine isn’t the only culprit when it comes to staining your teeth. Studies show that the high acid levels in white wine can temporarily damage the enamel, making teeth weak & vulnerable to stains. Brushing right after drinking Pinot Grigio or anything acidic can worsen the damage. Instead of brushing right away, chase it with a glass of water to rinse away the acids!

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