The Relationship Between Aging and Dental Health

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Did you know that your teeth may age as you age, but with a few simple oral hygiene habits, you can steadily improve your oral health and even strengthen your teeth so that they can continue to serve you well for the rest of your life? The first step is to make sure you always keep your mouth clean and clear of bacteria and harmful residue.

The best way to keep your mouth clean is to brush twice daily and floss at least once per day. Make sure you are using a brush with soft bristles and floss that does not tear easily. At least twice per year, visit your dentist for a professional cleaning. You can also try using supplemental products such as mouthwash and sugarless gum after eating, as an added layer of protection.

With age, your habits become more dangerous. Foods that may have been easier to eat when you were younger, such as candy apples, will eventually become more difficult to bite into and can even cause oral accidents such as chipped or cracked teeth. Be sure to also remove any bad habits from your lifestyle, including smoking and doing drugs.

Don’t delay in visiting our team at Made Ya Smile Dental to check if you are suffering from any oral health care disorders. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Michael Kesner and our team at our dentist office in Katy, Texas, please call us. We are here to help improve your oral health care daily!

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.

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