Increase Your Dental Knowledge on Cavity Prevention Treatments

Keeping your smile safe from the risk of dental erosion is a difficult task. However as long as you’re employing proper techniques, you can keep your smile safe in the face of dental damage. In addition, always make sure you’re cleaning your smile correctly, eating the right foods, living the proper lifestyle, and tossing out unhealthy habits whenever possible. Also, visit your dentist for additional oral health care treatments.

If dental erosion is allowed to occur in your smile, it can lead to severe oral health damage. To keep your smile safe, it is important to make sure you’re practicing effective oral health care cleaning techniques such as brushing and flossing on a daily basis. Ideally, you should be brushing your teeth twice a day with a non-abrasive toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush. Furthermore, it is important to clean between teeth with a shred-resistant dental floss. For additional help, supplement your oral health care cleaning with mouthwash and sugarless chewing gum.

Sugarless chewing gum can help prevent cavities because it is known for producing saliva. By chewing sugarless gum after meals for a period of 20 minutes, you can build additional saliva which can help prevent cavities. Saliva is helpful because it can wash away food debris and neutralize harmful acids capable of causing dental erosion. Furthermore, it is important to make sure you’re practicing effective dietary choices including avoiding dangerous substances such as sugars and starches and eating healthy enamel-building minerals such as calcium and phosphorus.

Are you still interested in cavity prevention treatments? With cavity prevention treatments and the skilled expertise of our team at Foster Dental, we can make sure you receive the oral health care you need. Dr. Anthony Foster and our team can be reached by calling us at 718-673-8060 to schedule an appointment to visit us at our dentist office in Brooklyn, New York.

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Anthony H. Foster, DMD

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