Time for Spring Cleaning

Time for Spring Cleaning

Posted by DR. GURI S. DHALIWAL on Apr 14 2021, 11:09 PM

Time for Spring Cleaning

Hey! The Spring is on the way. The grasses are growing, and birds are chirping - it's the time for happiness for both nature and the living world. Why don't we enjoy the fullest of Spring with a healthy and beautiful smile?

Yes, you heard it right. It's time for spring cleaning. Getting a professional teeth cleaning can positively improve your oral health, allowing you to enjoy this springtime.

What is Spring Cleaning? 

Spring cleaning is an act or process of doing a thorough cleaning of a place during the arrival of Spring, and here, in this case, it is about dental cleaning. Spring cleaning can help to protect your oral health. 

Spring Cleaning Procedure at Dentistry

During the Spring cleaning procedure, the dentist will remove the plaques and tartar from your teeth to prevent their accumulation. This will prevent the chances of occurrences of gingivitis and other serious complications.

At Home Spring Cleaning Tips

You can also do spring cleaning at home with proper dental cleaning practices. 

Here are some tips for you:

  • Brush and floss regularly 

It is necessary to brush and floss your teeth twice a day. It is the basic step for cleaning. If you don't brush or floss regularly, it can lead to an increased risk of developing plaque and can lead to gum diseases. 

  • Buy new toothbrush

Your toothbrush should be changed every three to four months. If you use it for a long time, the bristles can be missing or frayed. Always consider soft bristles. Brushing too hard can lead to loss of enamel. The most basic step for dental care is brushing, so you should make sure that your toothbrush is doing a good job. Through brushing, you can prevent cavities, tartar buildup, and plaque formation.

  • Give up summer drinks.

Summer drinks can damage your teeth' enamel and have other negative impacts on your overall dental health. Through summer drinks, the sugar can attach to the surface of the mouth, provides a surrounding for bacteria growth, and lead to an acidic attack that can damage enamel.

  • Check the expiration date.

Checking expiration dates of dental care products like mouthwashes, toothbrushes, and other items is necessary for oral health. If the product expires, change it. 

  • Clean the toothbrush holder

Clean the toothbrush holder by washing it in warm, soapy water. And also, use a disinfectant once or twice a week for destroying germs and bacteria formation.

In addition to this, make sure you are having a dental check-up every six months to maintain your oral health well. This will help in the early detection of dental issues. Through regular dental check-ups, the dentist will closely look at your mouth and detect if there is any problem.

Following spring cleaning will help you stay healthy at all times. 


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