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Educate Yourself About Dental Fitness

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To ensure that your smile can thrive in the years to come, take the time to assess your risks and implement effective hygiene routines. Beyond making sure your mouth is always clean, limit the number of products that can damage them to begin with. This includes making sure that your dietary selections are safe for you and lower your risk factor for erosion, plaque buildup and several other issues that can arise.

If you have problems with your oral health care, it could be linked to issues with underlying conditions that you may not be aware of. It may be important to consider visiting your dentist to look for any damage that may be occurring. If your dentist finds anything wrong with your smile and determines that you are vulnerable to further oral health risks, you’ll be able to put effective prevention plans in place to keep your smile safe. Also, consult with your dentist about product recommendations and suggestions as well as to clear yourself of any eating disorders and check your wisdom teeth for signs of dental damage that can often occur as they are erupting in your mouth.

Implementing effective tools to keep your smile safe can prove to be highly beneficial for your oral health care. By using a mouth guard or a face mask during periods of high risk including during contact sports, you can greatly lower your risk of dental damage that can destroy your smile in seconds. Furthermore, through the use of an oral appliance such as a mouth guard, you can provide an additional layer of defense to ensure you can continue enjoying the activities you love without fear.

Are there any remaining questions you have about dental fitness? To improve your smile with dental fitness, you are welcome to schedule a visit to our dentist in Riverside, California. Dr. Jeffrey Lowry and our team would like you to come in and become a triumph story with a whiter, brighter smile today! To contact us, please call our Jeffrey A Lowry DDS dental office at 951-263-7001.