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Why Dental Hygiene Is Important To Achieve Cleaner Teeth?

Why Dental Hygiene Is Important To Achieve Cleaner Teeth?

Good dental hygiene is important to keep your teeth and gums healthy, and practicing good dental hygiene will also keep your teeth white and free from ugly stains.

If you make it a habit to use good dental hygiene and you use a natural tooth whitener once and a while, you can save a lot of money for expensive treatments that may not work.

Here are some dentist recommended dental hygiene habits to practice every day to keep your teeth healthy, strong and stain free:

Brush Your Teeth

It sounds so simple, but millions of people don’t do it.

Brush your teeth at least twice a day, every day.

Use a toothpaste with fluoride and a soft toothbrush.

Don’t brush too hard, or you can damage your gums.

Brush for at least two minutes.

Just simple brushing can be a huge help in getting rid of stains on your teeth from the food and drinks that you consume each day.

Brushing your teeth is essential for making them healthy and white.

Do Not Smoke

There are a lot of reasons why you shouldn’t smoke, but one of them is that nicotine and tar from cigarettes can cause deep permanent stains on your teeth.

The teeth of people that smoke are often yellow or brown even immediately after they brush their teeth.

It can be very difficult to get rid of those stains.

Smoking also can weaken your teeth and give you cancer, so just don’t do it. It’s really not worth it.

Stop Drinking Soda

Any dark liquid like coffee, wine, or cola soda can stain your teeth.

But soda also causes your teeth to break down because of the acid it contains.

As the enamel on the tooth wears down the stains will get worse and eventually your teeth will be not only dark and stained but weaker than they should be as well.

You should limit the amount of coffee and wine that you drink but stop drinking cola soda entirely if you want to save your teeth.

Teeth Whitening 4 You ReviewTeeth Whitening 4 You is an e-book written on how to restore stained teeth back to their original white.

The founder, Lucy Bennett, is a former dental nurse and self proclaimed whistle-blower on the types of chemicals that dentists use to clean your teeth.

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Author: Katherine McDolly

Besides blog author, Katherine McDolly is also a full-time certified nutritionist and beautician in women health products

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