Visit your dentist in regular intervals to maintain oral health

You may not have any apparent problem with your teeth and gums, yet you should visit a dentist regularly. Periodical checkup of the teeth and gums is necessary because oral hygiene is important to keep the entire body healthy. Also, you couldn’t be able to notice any issue in your teeth because nobody can inspect inside his or her own mouth without any special appliances. Specialist of general dentistry in Braintree, MA, the most experienced dentists takes care of your oral problems and undertakes treatments accordingly. You must even bring your kids or children there for a complete oral checkup.

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General checkup and advice

For general dentistry Braintree, a dental team will check your teeth and gums thoroughly, and discuss with you about your current oral condition. They will also talk to you regarding any treatment you need. Dentists focus on your oral health and hygiene. In a healthy mouth, there will not be any problem like cavities or gum infections.

The dental team will methodically eliminate all plaque and tartar from your teeth. This process is called ‘scale and polish’.

Then the dentist will show you the best process of brushing, when to brush, and how to clean in between your teeth to remove the bacterial ‘plaque’ which grows constantly on the teeth. When you eat or drink something sugary, the bacteria already present in your mouth turn the sugar into acid, which causes tooth decay. In advanced stages, plaque can also cause gum inflammation if it is not thoroughly removed in time. The hard tartar, which deposits on the teeth also forms plaque if not cleaned thoroughly. A general dentist Braintree will also advise you regarding the right choice of oral care products that are the best ones for you or for your kids.

Things to do at home

It is very much necessary that you follow the advises of the dentist and also follow the treatment procedure seriously.

Here are some other things to do at home –

  • Cut down your sugary foods and drinks as much as possible. Wash your teeth every time you eat or drink such foods.
  • Chew sugar-free gum, which will help to produce more saliva in your mouth. Saliva has a special feature that could kill germs and wash tartar.
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