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How to Prevent Dental Infections
Posted on 6/15/2019 by College Hill Dental
Dental infections like abscesses can be extremely painful, and they can even lead to a systemic infection that affects your entire body. If you want to prevent these infections, follow these helpful tips. Avoid Tooth Decay If you wish to avoid a dental abscess or other potentially harmful dental infection, you need to protect your mouth from tooth decay. This includes regular brushing, flossing, and checkups in our office. You may also want to add a fluoridated mouthwash to your dental hygiene routine in order to further protect your teeth. Practice Good Gum Hygiene It isn't enough to simply focus on your teeth when you are brushing in the morning or evening. You also need to take care to brush along the gumline and floss between the teeth. This is a hotbed of activity for plaque and bacteria, so in order to prevent gum infections that include inflammation, bleeding, and redness, you need to practice good gum hygiene. Drink Fluoridated Water Sure, bottled water may seem convenient, but it doesn't include the fluoride that your teeth need to stay healthy. Fluoride protects the enamel and can prevent cavities, decay, and dental infections. Stick to a municipal water source instead of bottled water. Replace Your Toothbrush Regularly Failure to change your toothbrush regularly can also pose a problem for your oral health. If the bristles become frayed, you may not be cleaning your teeth adequately, which could lead to decay, infections, and other problems. Additionally, infection-causing bacteria may accumulate on your toothbrush, so changing it regularly is a good way to prevent these bacteria from affecting your mouth. Eat a Healthy Diet Diets high in sugar and carbohydrates are great for the bacteria that cause oral infections. Work hard to eat a healthy diet with minimal amounts of these compounds. Is it time for your next dental checkup? If so, give us a call today....
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All Posts:

How to Prevent Dental Infections
6/15/2019
You Need to Make Sure You Prioritize Dental Health
5/25/2019
Why Your Mouth Needs Saliva So Much
5/15/2019
Early Stage Gum Disease Symptoms to Make Sure You are Aware Of
4/25/2019
Drinks Can Alter the Color of Your Teeth
4/15/2019
Steps You Can Take to Keep Teeth Cleaner In Between Brushings
3/25/2019
Sports Drinks Can Be Dangerous for Your Oral Health
3/15/2019
Benefits of Using an Air Flosser Between Your Teeth
2/25/2019
Are Brown Spots on Your Teeth the Sign of a Cavity?
2/15/2019
Uncommon Foods That Are Damaging Your Teeth
1/25/2019
Types of Oral Injuries You Need to Call Us For
1/15/2019
When Would Someone Need a Root Resection?
12/25/2018
When Tooth Sensitivity Gets Bad Enough to Require Medication, We Can Help
12/15/2018
Why It Is So Important to Tell Us About Snoring Problems
11/30/2018
What You Need to Know About Dental Pulp Disease
11/20/2018
Improve Your Oral Health With the Help of Seaweed
10/25/2018
How Your Oral Health Might Be Causing Dry Mouth
10/15/2018
Benefits That Come from Soft Tissue Grafts
9/23/2018
Bad Breath Can Come from Many Problems
9/13/2018
Foods You Should Not Eat with Dental Implants
8/30/2018
First Signs of a Cavity You Should Be Aware Of
8/20/2018
Signs Your Mouth has an Infection other than Pain
7/20/2018
How Chemotherapy Can Affect Your Oral Health
7/10/2018
Does Exercise Help Improve the Health of Your Mouth Too?
6/23/2018
Do Whitening Products Harm Your Enamel?
6/13/2018

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