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Words of Wisdom No.7 – Stay Fresh
There are actually various ways to stay fresh. Brushing your mouth on the prescribed frequency everyday can help remove bacteria and prevent tooth decay. Aside from brushing your teeth regularly, you could also use a mouthwash from time to time in order to freshen up your mouth. If you want to check how your mouth smells, you could lick your hand, and then smell it while it’s still wet. If it already stinks, then it’s time for you to take a sugar-free breath mint (if you’re in no place to use a mouthwash).
If you’re looking for a good mouthwash, consider those with less alcohol or are alcohol-free. Too much alcohol can actually dry up the tissues in your mouth making it more susceptible to bacteria. The more bacteria that thrive in your mouth, the more smelly it becomes. There’s also a higher risk of tooth decay especially if you happen to frequently use mouthwashes with more alcohol. Instead of making your mouth fresh, they may have an opposite effect.
If you really want to make sure that you’ve selected the best mouthwash you could use, try visiting the best dental clinic in your area. However, when it comes to misalignment issues, contact King Orthodontics right away. King Orthodontics has been in operation since 1953 and was founded by Dr. Ben King and joined by Dr. Melvin Mayerson. King Orthodontics specializes in children and adult orthodontics using the cutting edge technology in Invisalign and state of the art 3D x-ray unit for better diagnosis.
King Orthodontics is certified and qualified to perform orthodontic treatments to patients in Fairborn and Centerville. If you have problems with your smile or your overall oral health, don’t hesitate to contact King Orthodontics at Centerville or Fairborn offices.
King Orthodontics, 400 East Dayton, Yellow Springs Rd. Fairborn, OH 45324
Phone: (937) 878-1561 Fax: (937) 433-9530
Feel Fresh, Live Fresh
Samuel B. King, D.D.S., M.S. – King Orthodontics – Specialist in Orthodontics for kids, teens and adults in Centerville and Fairborn.