Who would not want to have a beautiful smile on their face? A smile is one of the most noticeable features of a person and you should not miss a single chance of having a smile you deserve. If you feel your discolored teeth or any other dental problems are stopping you from a beautiful smile, you are on the right page.
A little yet important time to care for your teeth will effectively reduce the risk of complications while enjoying all the benefits a straight, white, and beautiful smile can provide. Read below the advises of our Dentists in Singapore to maintain a good oral hygiene thus a beautiful smile.
Not many schools teach how to brush properly. Hence, we the dentists take this job at our clinics almost every day. Brushing helps to remove plaque that makes you less prone to decay or gum diseases.
It’s a routine but very important to brush properly twice a day. We advise to brush in a circular fashion unlike the old back and forth method as it can miss the large portions of mouth.
Choosing a small to medium-sized brush with nylon bristles can help the brush reach all parts of the mouth. At the same time, you should not brush for more than three minutes or use the same brush for long periods. Try to change your brush every 3-4 months or when you observe bristles misshapen and sticking out every which way.
Don’t use excess toothpaste than necessary. Especially when you have kids at home, you should train them to use little quantities of toothpaste as their gums are more sensitive than adults.
Children needs a friendly dentist! We understand and value the concern of our young patients and their parents. Hence, we at all our Dental Clinics in Singapore are conscious while dealing with kids. This is one of reason why most people keep the same dentist for the duration of their life. We are thankful to all our patients for their extended trust on our Dentists in Singapore for Children Dentistry.
As we’ve advised several times in the past, prevention is always better than cure. Watch what you eat. Try to avoid strongly colored foods like cola, coffee, tea, sugars etc., Using plain water (recommended) to gargle or mild mouth-wash liquids after every meal provides you some extra protection.
Diabetics have a dramatically increased risk of periodontal gum disease. While the disease itself doesn’t cause gingivitis, it can make the gum infection progress at a faster rate and cause longer consequences.
Last but not the least; visit your dentist at least once in 6 months even if you think you are having a healthy teeth. These visits are crucial in prevention of any possible dental issues and reduce the risk if you may need some treatment. Dentists in Singapore at our clinics are always there to help you! Call today to fix your appointment with a dentist, one of our friendly staff will assist you.