Dental hygiene care
The importance of oral hygiene for overall health
Oral hygiene is a crucial aspect of our overall health. Dental diseases can cause serious problems if not taken care of in time. Cavities, gum disease and inflammation, plaque and tartar are some of the most common problems we face. To avoid these problems, it is important to adopt an effective oral hygiene routine. This includes regular brushing, flossing and regular visits to the dentist.
Brushing your teeth - the foundation of all dental care
Brushing your teeth is one of the most important steps in preventing dental disease. It is recommended to brush your teeth at least twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste. It is also important to use a soft-bristled toothbrush and to change toothbrushes every three months. Brushing should last at least two minutes to be effective.
Using an electric toothbrush can help improve the quality of brushing. Electric toothbrushes can remove plaque more effectively than manual toothbrushes. However, it is still important to brush properly, regardless of the type of toothbrush used.
Flossing for optimal oral health
Flossing is another crucial tool for oral health. It helps remove plaque and food residue trapped between the teeth and gums. It is recommended that you floss your teeth once a day to maintain good oral health.
Regular consultation with a dentist
Regular visits to the dentist are an important part of preventing dental disease. Dentists can detect oral problems in their early stages and treat them quickly before they get worse. Dentists can also provide personalized advice on how to maintain good oral hygiene.
Children also need regular dental care. It's important to take them to the dentist as early as age 2 to make sure they develop good habits. Dentists can also detect problems such as malocclusion or early dental deformities and treat them early to minimize long-term oral health risks.
Oral care for adults
Adults are also susceptible to dental disease. As we age, gums can become more sensitive and teeth can become more fragile. It's important to continue an effective oral hygiene routine throughout life, including regular brushing, flossing and regular visits to a dentist.
It is also important to be careful about what you eat and drink. Sweet and acidic foods can damage teeth and gums. Therefore, it is recommended to limit these foods and drink plenty of water to help neutralize the acidity in the mouth.
The benefits of coming to Cheeze for your oral care
At Cheeze, we offer a full range of oral care services. From orthodontics to dental surgery to general and cosmetic dentistry, we can help our patients maintain optimal and impeccable oral health. Our experienced dentists use the latest techniques and technologies to provide superior care.
Orthodontics is a specialty that focuses on the correction of dental anomalies and jaw malposition. It can be performed at any age, whether for children, adults, or seniors. Orthodontics is considered one of the most important branches of dentistry, as it can help prevent long-term problems, improve aesthetics and function of the mouth. See full article.
Cosmetic dentistry is a branch of dentistry that focuses on the appearance of the teeth and gums. It uses various techniques to improve the brightness of the teeth, including teeth whitening, veneers, dental crowns, dental implants, and dentures. See full article.
Dental surgery is a category of dentistry that includes a variety of procedures to treat and repair problems with the teeth, gums, and jaw. Some of the most common cases include extractions, especially of wisdom teeth, root canals and implants. See full article.
We also offer personalized oral hygiene advice to help you care for your teeth at home and avoid dental disease.
Don't wait to take care of your oral health. See one of our dentists at Cheeze for superior care.