Dental Health Basics

Pediatric Dentist

Twos for your teeth

Remember these rules of two for a healthy smile: Brush for 2 minutes at least 2x/day Divide your brushing time evenly between the 2 upper and 2 lower sides of your mouth Floss 2x/day, preferably after you brush Replace your toothbrush every 2-3 months or sooner if the bristles become

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Who should not use an oral rinse

Oral rinses and mouthwashes are advantageous in improving dental health. However, there are some people who should not use some of these products. Children under the age of 6 should not use a fluoride rinse, due to the danger of them swallowing the rinse instead of spitting it out Unsupervised

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Why you should use an oral rinse

Oral rinses and mouthwashes can help you improve your dental health and accomplish several different goals. You can Use child-friendly products to encourage your child to brush Rinse out food particles trapped where brushing and flossing didn’t reach Prevent cavities Strengthen tooth enamel Freshen breath Destroy the bacteria causing bad

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