Keeping a good oral health at an early stage of life is very essential. Dr. Caminschi Dental Office offer dental care treatments for young children and aims to give healthier smiles for life. Have a look at some of the great dental tips from Dr. Caminschi:
Taking extra care of your baby teeth not only provides a safe path for the permanent teeth but also prevents bigger problems from developing in future
Toothbrushes carry bacteria that carry various diseases. It is very essential to change your toothbrush every 2-3 months
Cheese and milk are rich in calcium and help in strengthening teeth. Eating cheese and drinking milk can prevent dental cavities from forming harmful acid in the mouth
Eating a balanced diet and cutting down on sugar prevents the growth of plaque. Plaque turns the sugars into an acid that dissolved the outer shell of the tooth that leads to dental cavities.
Chewing gum contains xylitol, a natural sweetener made from birch trees. Xylitol prevents dental caries and improves your dental health.
Q: At What Age Do Baby Teeth Start Falling Out?
A: Baby teeth begin to fall out around 6 years of age. Most children lose their last baby teeth by the age of 13.
Q: How Many times a Day Should I Brush My Teeth, When and for How Long?
A. Brushing should be done 2 times a day- after eating breakfast and at night before bed. Extra brushing during the day is usually recommended, especially after eating sticky and sugary foods. Try brushing your teeth for at least 2-3 mins.
Q: Why Are Regular Check-ups at the Dentist Necessary?
A. To help keep your teeth healthy and prevent any possible problems that may arise.
Q: Should I Floss My Teeth?
A. Dental floss helps in removing everything your toothbrush can not reach. Flossing your teeth also helps your gums stay healthy and prevents them from becoming sore, puffy, and red.