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Dental Hygienist Newbury

Posted by Ronel Van Der Spuy on Dec 10, 2017 7:00:00 PM

Dental hygienist Newbury have a vital role in helping you to prevent dental problems.

 Regular visits to Sarah Russell(Chapman), our newbury dental hygienist will ensure that hidden and difficult to reach plaque and tartar are removed from your teeth, killing mouth bacteria, and, in some cases, removing surface stains to leave you with a fresher, brighter and healthier mouth.

 During your appointment Sarah will also show you how to look after your mouth at home by giving your dietary advice and demonstrating how to use floss and interdental brushes to clean your teeth at home.

Sarah Russell is specialized in both adults and children’s teeth, so the whole family can benefit from visiting Sarah Russell.  

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Step 1: Brush Every Day

Brushing your teeth twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste can prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Concentrate on the nooks and crannies to make sure you remove as much plaque and leftover bits of food as possible.

Step 2: Clean Between Your Teeth

As a wise dentist once said, "You don’t have to floss all your teeth—just the ones you want to keep!"

Cleaning between your teeth every day can have a crucial impact on your oral health.

Step 3: Use a Mouthwash

If you’re uncertain about which mouthwash or rinse would best meet your oral health needs, ask your dentist or dental hygienist for suggestions.

Step 4: Avoid Sticky, Sugary Food

The hardest foods to remove from your teeth are the ones that cling when you chew. Think raisins, granola bars, or sticky candy. If sugar is not removed from your teeth shortly after you eat it, plaque uses it to help create tooth decay.

Step 5: Visit your dental hygienist and dentist

See your dentist and dental hygienist on a regular basis, so they can look for signs of disease.

How often you must go will depend in part on how well you care for your teeth.

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