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Get a Million Dollar Smile

By on September 27, 2015

A great smile increases the value of your face! We all want to look our best and positive first impressions often smart with a great smile.  It’s important to take care of your teeth and gums.

Prevent oral health problems with these 9 steps:

  • Brush your teeth in a circular motion, 2x daily with fluoride toothpaste.
  • Get a motorized toothbrush, proven to reduce plaque over manual toothbrushes.
  • Floss between your teeth every day, careful not to bleed your gums.
  • Reduce consumption of teeth staining foods like berries, coffee, wine, etc.
  • Visit a dentist you trust regularly for checkups and preventive cleaning.
  • Lower your intake of  sugary foods and drinks.
  • Stop biting pens, pencils, or other objects that impact tooth enamel.
  • Don’t smoke cigarettes or chew tobacco.
  • If you drink alcohol, drink only in moderation.

And along with the teeth and gums, good breath matters. Bad breath stems from bacterial odor of food particles and other germs. A good mouthwash and drinking lots of water is important to manage clean breath.

Adults under 40

You can practice preventive dentistry on yourself by adopting these healthy habits: Always remember to brush your teeth twice a day, floss between teeth once a day, eat a balanced diet and limit between-meal snacks. And don’t forget to schedule regular dental visits. By following a healthy dental routine and making smart food choices, you can lower your risk for tooth decay.

Adults 40-60

We all know life can be busy, but don’t neglect your oral health. Your dental care is just as important now as it was when you were a kid. Untreated dental disease can lead to serious health problems such as infection, damage to bone or nerve and tooth loss. Brush your teeth twice a day, floss once a day and see your dentist regularly. This simple routine can help you remain Mouth Healthy for Life.


Content for this article provided by the African American Health Program ,Health Finder, and the National Institutes for Health.