Details Of Dental Exams and X-Rays


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Details Of Dental Exams and X-Rays

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Twice Daily Brushing In order to keep the brush sterile and in top shape between your twice daily brushing, your Austin TX dentist is here with some toothbrush maintenance tips today.

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Battle Against Tooth The battle against tooth decay and disease starts at home. And on the frontlines, every patient should have a toothbrush capable of supplying an amazing cleaning for their mouth.

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Against Serious Bacteria While this seems easy, in theory, the fact is that your brush squares off against serious bacteria daily and is in constant threat of it re-populating.

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Starts To Clean Before the brush even starts to clean the teeth, ensuring it does not have any lingering bacteria from last usage is extremely important of Crown dentist.

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Swiping a Finger  Simply wash the bristles off with hot water while swiping a finger through the head in order to break up any extra particles. Following this exact step after brushing and before storage may also be helpful.

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Important Step In Maintaining Brush The aforementioned storage is also an important step in maintaining brush health. Make sure your brush is stored upright with the head being well ventilated.

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Brushes Make Contact Do not let any other surfaces or heads of other people's brushes make contact with your own, to avoid cross contamination.

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Leftover Bacteria This low point of a holder is a common place that leftover bacteria can drip to, forming a “gunk” that can eventually make its way back up the brush.

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Closed-in Bottom If your toothbrush holder has a closed-in bottom, make sure to clean it frequently as well as like Crown dentist.

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Wear And Tear After this length of time, your brush will have seen enough “wear and tear” from your twice daily brushings that it is less effective than it used to be.

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Brush Maintenance A last, crucial step in brush maintenance relates to starting over. Every 3 to 4 months you should be throwing your toothbrush out and starting over with a new one.

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Possibility Of Bacteria The possibility of bacteria gaining an advantage on these weakened bristles is also more likely, so a replacement should be sought after ASAP.

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Maintain An Amazing Smile By taking care of your brush, and then taking care of your teeth with said brush, you can maintain an amazing smile for years to come.

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Summary: Dental exams and x-rays are typically performed following the completion of your routine dental cleaning. Dr. Dimple Sharma will exam many aspects of the teeth, gums, jawbone and surrounding structures in order to ensure that your oral health is satisfactory.

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