Flossing & Brushing:
|Air Floss by Sonicare|
|Toothbrush & Floss|
The Casein & Whey Protein in cheese can help keep your tooth enamel in top form by reducing demineralization. A bonus: cheese also has vital-tooth building calcium. Don't forget to include Vitamin. D in your diet, which helps your body absorb calcium. Foods rich in Vitamin D include milk,egg yolks, & fish
|Yummy Cheese! Casein & Whey Protein Reduces Enamel Remineralization|
Stop Stains With Baking Soda:
If your love of coffee, red wine, or other tooth-staining food & drink is leaving your pearly whites dim, try brushing with a baking soda paste -since baking soda can be abrasive, just use it only 2x/month. If plain baking soda irritates your teeth or gums, you may want to try a toothpaste that contains baking soda.
|Brushing w/ Baking Soda Helps Brighten Your Smile|
|Strawberries May Have Teeth-Whitening Properties|
Regulate Your Acid Reflux:
If you have acid reflux, you'll want to get it under control to help preserve tooth enamel & oral health. Common foods & drinks like pop; coffee; & tea; garlic & onions; dairy; tomatoes; citrus fruit; mint; and spicy,fatty or fried foods.
|Control Your Acid Reflux To Preserve Tooth Enamel & Oral Health|
Replace Your Toothbrush:
Toothbrush bristles fray,flatten, & wear overtime. To help keep your smile bright, replace your manual TB every 3-4months; electric toothbrush heads, follow the manufacturer's advice. Feeling sick, avoid harboring germs by replacing your toothbrush @ the beginning & end of your illness
|Replace Your Toothbrush Every 3-4 Months|
Take Care Of Your Tongue:
Tackle bad breath every time you brush-take time to scrape your tongue. Your tongue plays host to the bacteria that helps cause bad breath, so using a tongue cleaner can help reduce odor-causing compounds.
|Incorporate Cleaning Your Tongue As Part Of Your Oral Hygiene Routine|