Good Oral Health Habits

Posted June 15, 2016.

Do you wonder if there is anything you could do to keep your mouth—or your child’s mouth—stronger? Similarly, do you know what might help with you improve your oral health? If you are interested in answers to questions such as these, we have good news: there probably is something you can do.

For instance, you probably know that eating the right types of foods can help you maintain a healthy weight and good overall health, but did you know that choosing the right types of food can also help your teeth? In fact, if you eat foods with healthy fats and oils and get enough calcium and vitamin D in your diet, you teeth will be stronger. Conversely, sugary food and drinks actually increase the bad bacteria in your mouth and can damage your smile before you even have time to brush.

Also, as you probably know, flossing and brushing are vital to your overall oral health. Sadly, many people will skip these steps, allowing food will get trapped in your teeth. Eventually, this problem can lead to cavities and tooth decay. You should also consider using mouthwash to enjoy a healthier mouth.

On a similar note, if you can instill these principles into your children while they are young, they’ll be far more likely to enjoy good oral health throughout their life. Similarly, because oral health and overall health are connected, you could be helping your child enjoy better overall health as well.

If you have questions or concerns about your oral health, please come talk to our dentist, Dr. Ghada S. Massabni and our team. We will be happy to give you individualized advice. Just call Agape Dentist at 781.995.4445 to schedule an appointment.

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