Posts Tagged ‘dental care’

The Components of Daily Dental Care

Thursday, October 15th, 2020
daily dental care

There are a few components that make up the recommended daily dental care routine.

Everyone wants to do what they can to keep their teeth healthy and strong. However, we may not always know what the best method is for doing that. How many times should we brush our teeth each day? What about flossing and using mouthwash? Read on to learn the recommended components of a daily rental routine.  (more…)

5 Tips for Family Dental Care

Thursday, September 17th, 2020
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Investing in family dental care from the beginning will give your children excellent health habits.

Keeping your family’s teeth and gums healthy can feel like a full-time job. But if you start early, you can set a good example for your children while teaching them excellent life habits. Better yet, practicing regular and healthy family dental care can prevent future expenses related to fillings, gum disease, and chipped teeth. By following the tips below, you can ensure that your entire family maintains healthy oral care for years into the future.  (more…)

How to Brush Your Teeth While Wearing Braces

Tuesday, May 12th, 2020
how to brush your teeth while wearing braces

Brushing your teeth while wearing braces can be complicated at first. Follow this method for easy teeth cleaning.

Whether your child or teen has braces on for six months or two years, they must continue to properly brush their teeth even while wearing braces. Dental braces make brushing your teeth even more difficult than usual because food particles and plaque can adhere to both the brackets and teeth. According to the American Dental Association, the number of times a person should brush their teeth while wearing braces varies with each orthodontist. Still, it is generally considered wise to brush after every meal. If your child is struggling with brushing correctly with braces on, here are a few tips to remember.  (more…)

How Water Flossing Compares to Traditional Flossing

Wednesday, March 25th, 2020
water flossing or traditional flossing

Should you stick with traditional flossing? Or try water flossing? Read to find out what makes them different.

No matter what you eat, flossing must always be a part of your oral care routine. But if you find yourself tired of traditional flossing, water flossing is a new technique that is gaining in popularity. If you think water flossing might be the ideal choice for you, read on to learn how each type of flossing compares.  (more…)

How to Make Dental Care a Fun Habit for Kids

Wednesday, March 18th, 2020
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Learn how to make dental care a fun activity for your kids.

Are your kids resistant to brushing and flossing their teeth? If so, they may fail to develop a strong dental hygiene routine that lasts with them into adulthood. Children’s teeth are prone to damage and decay as much as adult teeth are, so kids must take an active role in their dental care. But how do we get them interested in brushing and flossing? The following three methods can help you make tooth brushing enjoyable, or even exciting, to your children.  (more…)

How to Protect Your Oral Care Supplies While Traveling

Monday, March 9th, 2020
oral care supplies while traveling

When traveling, do not store your oral care supplies next to each other. Each toothbrush should have its own case.

It can be difficult enough to make sure that your oral care supplies like your toothbrush and toothpaste are staying clean and well-cared for, and it can be doubly challenging to do so when traveling. It’s not easy to keep these items clean when you are moving from place to place, with your toiletries placed in bags and containers in which they usually wouldn’t be. If you leave your oral care supplies susceptible to dirt and damage, your oral health can suffer the consequences. Affinity Dental and our expert team of dentists suggest remembering the following tips when traveling to maintain your oral hygiene (more…)

How to Maintain Healthy Teeth for the Holidays

Monday, December 23rd, 2019
a nutcracker can help you have healthy teeth for the holidays

Maintain your healthy teeth for the holidays by using a nutcracker to avoid damaging your teeth.

The holiday season is a busy one, full of extra fun and family time, which often includes delicious and sweet foods. It can be easy to neglect your usual dental routine during this time, but if you make dental hygiene a priority, you can make it through the holidays with healthy teeth and gums for the new year! Use the following tips to help you and your family maintain healthy teeth for the holidays. (more…)

The Importance of Wearing a Retainer After Braces

Monday, December 9th, 2019
a woman is wearing a retainer

Wearing a retainer is important for preserving the changes made by your braces.

Getting orthodontic braces removed is an orthodontic milestone, but the journey to straight and healthy teeth doesn’t end there. Retainers are as important as braces in maintaining the progress your orthodontic health has made. Learn below why wearing a retainer is so crucial for your orthodontic development, and discover some tips to make it easier to wear in your everyday life.  (more…)

3 Tips For Brushing Your Child’s Teeth

Friday, January 18th, 2019
All parents should know these three tips for brushing children’s teeth.

All parents should know these three tips for brushing children’s teeth.

Oral care is important for people of all ages, including your young kids! Even though your children will lose their baby teeth at some point, it’s essential to practice healthy oral care habits from an early age. Continue reading to learn a few crucial tips for brushing your child’s teeth. (more…)

3 Common Dental Myths and The Truth Behind Them

Friday, January 11th, 2019
Learn about the truth behind three common dental myths.

Learn about the truth behind three common dental myths.

You may have heard a few statements about the dentist and oral health that are simply untrue, and it’s important to have all the facts! Continue reading to learn about a few common dental myths you may have heard and the truth behind these statements. (more…)