How to Avoid Dental Problems Forever

 How to Avoid Dental Problems Forever

 Teeth are resilient, strong, useful tools in our mouth. After we die, they will be the last to decompose. But can they keep their shape when leftover sugars remain in your mouth? No. Cavities = Calamities.

 Thou hath not felt any pain if thou hath never hath any tooth ache.

 Below, you will find some easy, fool-proof ways to avoid dental problems forever.

 1.   Brush brush brush – Keep a tooth brush with you wherever you go. Sources have confirmed that iPhone 10 makers made place for portable toothbrushes in the flagship next generation iPhone.

 2.   Floss floss floss– flossing is sort of like threading, only nicer. In threading, you remove extra hair and it’s … painful. To say the least. Compared to that, flossing is a walk in the park! With a thread, you just remove extra food particles from in-between your teeth, and that’s very, very satisfying. Unless you happen to floss into your gums, in which case you will cause your gums to bleed.

 3.   Use a mouthwash- they were created to give your mouth that minty- tongue burning feeling that gives you the impression that your mouth is as fresh as the mountain air in Switzerland.

 4.   Always visit your dentist regularly- God alone knows why people chose to become dentists. Or even an assistant to a dentist. I can only assume that’s because it takes all kinds of people to make up the world. Their job is to look into your mouth and try hard to find things wrong with you gums, teeth or jaw bone structures, because, let’s face it, that’s how they’ll finance their luxury yacht family holidays.

 5.   Eat grass as much as possible- cows, sheep, horses and goats. They all survive on grass and they get along fine with it. I have yet to see a goat with tooth ache. So there.

 It’s never too late, before addressing any issue related to your smile, gums, teeth, and other oral or in general health issues, consult with Dr. Jean-Jacques Edderai. A dental prophylaxis or cleaning as previously mentioned including our check-up every three to four months will allow Dr. Edderai to keep a watchful eye on your oral health and prevent cavities or minor problem before they start. For answers to some of the most commonly asked questions, visit my FAQ page at http://www.northmiamibeachdentist.com/faqs/.

 Remember the best advice from your Dentist “Unaddressed issues will never get resolved by themselves”.

 

Copyright Dr. Jean-Jacques Edderai- 2017

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