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Creating A Perfect Smile

Hi there, I'm Caylee Curtis. After going through orthodontic therapy during childhood, I started paying close attention how a nice smile can increase beauty. With appearance improvements, comes a huge confidence boost that can also bolster your looks. Upon making that discovery, I started researching all of the different ways people can create a gorgeous smile. As it turns out, dentists play a huge role creating a gorgeous smile by fixing tooth and jaw alignment issues. Dentists may recommend that their patients obtain braces, retainers or veneers that improve tooth placement or color. I will use this site to share information about these procedures and more. I hope to help you decide if these procedures are worth your time and money or if you should find a different option for your situation. Please visit often and check out my content to learn more information.

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3 Ways To Keep Your Smile Healthy And Happy

When it comes down to your overall appearance, nothing is quite as valuable as having a healthy and happy smile. Not only do you want to have a smile that you can show off on Instagram, but you also want to have a good smile that will last the rest of your life. To make sure that your smile lasts you beyond Instagram and into old age, one of the best things that you can do is basic preventative dentistry measures. 

1. Get A New Toothbrush

Your toothbrush is your number one tool when it comes to preventing your teeth from getting cavities, gum disease, for a variety of other issues. If you have an old toothbrush that looks like it was run over by a garbage truck a few times, it's definitely time to switch out your brush. On average, you should get a new toothbrush every couple of months, but if you are especially hard on your brushes, then you should get one more often than that. You want your toothbrush bristles to be strong, straight, and fairly stiff so they can get off all of the plaque and tartar on your teeth. 

2. Choose The Right Toothpaste

One issue that has come to the attention of a lot of dentists lately is the fact that people are using all-natural toothpaste. Although there are some natural toothpaste products that are approved by the American Dental Association, there are also some that are not. When you don't have the ADA's stamp of approval, you are basically risking the fact that your toothpaste may not be that good for your teeth. Make sure that you are choosing a toothpaste that doesn't have too many abrasives because that can wear away at your enamel, and look for one that has fluoride in it. Fluoride isn't just a natural substance. It's also one of the things that will shield your teeth from cavities and keep them strong. 

3. Don't Skip Cleanings

Life can get really busy and you may forget about things such as doctor's appointments and dentist's appointments. Make sure that you keep your bi-annual dental cleanings a priority. Why? Getting your teeth professionally cleaned every six months will help shield your teeth from cavities and tooth decay. 

Taking good care of your teeth starts with some basic steps. To learn some more, reach out to your local dentist's office today.