Dos & Don't's
Drink plenty of water throughout the day.
Floss your teeth immediately after you have brushed.
Rinse your mouth after eating anything.
See your dentist atleast once in 6 months.
Grind or clench your teeth.
Eat snacks or sweets between meals.
Go to bed without brushing your teeth.
Using your teeth as tools to open bottles or break a tag.
Bite your nails.
Consume tobacco in any form.
Facts on Dental Health
To Keep Smiling is an attitude
Have you ever wondered how important are healthy teeth and gums in your life?
Permanent teeth are given by nature only once. Can you afford to lose them?
Keep your toothbrush at least 6 feet away from a toilet to avoid airborne particles from the flush.
Always replace your toothbrush after cold, sore throat or notorious infections as bacteria planted on the toothbrush can lead to re infection.
Vigorous brushing can lead to eroded enamel which never grows back causing teeth sensitivity along with other oral problems.