Dental hygiene is about taking care of your teeth and mouth by keeping them clean with daily teeth brushing and flossing.
Regular check-ups at the dentist are also important, as is eating non-erosive foods, following a healthy lifestyle and avoiding injury and smoking. Good oral hygiene will help to prevent plaque build-up and tartar, which can lead to tooth decay. This can in turn cause gum disease, caries and periodontal disease. Oral cancer and infection can also result from poor dental hygiene and may spread throughout the body, resulting in weak immunity, heart disease and other medical conditions. A trip to the dental hygienist regularly can ensure the health of your teeth and gums for the foreseeable future.
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