Enjoy “Tis The Season” With Good Dental Health
So, we finally arrived at our first, and the last, Christmas eve of 2016 and enjoying “Tis the season” in its full swing. But have you ever wondered for a moment what your teeth might have endured all through this holiday season, in case you hadn’t taken care of your teeth with the recommended dental health tips? If you have been in neglect until now, although it is somewhat late, yet you can still protect your teeth from further destruction. To assist you in this endeavor, here are some of the good dental health tips you should follow on this Christmas, and beyond, for the concrete protection of your dental sanctity. These tips are specially brought to you from the desk of the renowned dentist in Los Angeles Dr. Shervin Louie. Therefore, apply them in your daily routine and see the difference yourself.
Eat Turkey As Your Main Christmas Eve Dinner -:
Keep in mind that a Turkey is full of phosphorus and fiber, which means it is extremely good for your teeth and the overall body. Where Christmas and holiday delicacies like the desserts and soda drinks contribute to tooth decay and overall obesity, the Turkey meat decreases tooth decay properties and does not make you obese. Plus, it will keep you active mentally due to being rich in fiber. So, make Turkey the most consuming item on your Christmas eve dinner menu.
Safeguard Your Smile & Teeth -:
On Christmas holiday season, there are many occasions which require displaying your teeth in front of all folks at parties/get-togethers. Off course, yellowish and stained teeth are no choice at all so better start protecting your teeth as soon as you know about it. According to the famous dentist in Los Angeles Dr. Shervin Louie, you can avoid all types of dark-colored delicacies, red wine, and soda beverages. However, if until now you have done the job of making your teeth look yellow then cosmetic dentistry can be able to restore the whiteness immediately. Make sure you go to your dentist as soon as you can, and today!
Keep A Check On Alcohol & Smoking -:
Although, it will be best in your favor if you eliminate both of these habits for good, but if it’s harder now, try to curb at least one of these bad habits or keep them in check throughout holidays. Both alcohol consumption and smoking cause great harm, not only to your oral organs but the body organs as well. Therefore, make sure you keep them in a good check, better if you eliminate both for good.
Follow Your Dental Care Plan Strictly -:
By this, we mean that you should brush at least three times a day, floss and rinse your mouth two times a day at least. Following this habit strictly will keep your oral organs healthier and your mouth away from bad breath issues. Almost all dentists around the world agree that following the above habit responsibly decreases the chances of oral cancer and almost all other serious oral/dental health issues.
Avoid The Sensation Of Munching -:
“One of the worst food items to injure or shatter a tooth are hard nuts, ice cubes, hard candies, and people should avoid munching them as if in a habit,” says Dr. Shervin Louie, the well-known dentist in Los Angeles. Nature has given us teeth for eating and chewing soft food particles, but certainly not those foods which require tool-like strength to shatter them. Therefore, make sure you do not use your teeth as stone age tools on this Christmas eve dinner and parties if you want to enjoy the trouble-less holiday season.