RoutineDental Care

The practice specialises in full mouth rehabilitationdental implant, cosmetic dentistry and aesthetic dentistry, orthodontics (conventional and Invisalign), sedation for nervous patientsteeth whitening.

We are committed to exceeding your expectations and providing high-quality dental service in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Benefits from having Routine Dental Checks

  • Maintain a priceless asset, your smile!
  • Enjoy teeth for life!
  • Maintain gum health!
Dental Team - CARE Dental Leicester

The core of the practice ethos is PREVENTION.

The practice specialises in full mouth rehabilitation, dental implant, cosmetic dentistry and aesthetic dentistry, orthodontics (conventional and invisalign), sedation for nervous patients, teeth whitening.

We are committed to exceeding your expectations and providing a high quality dental service in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Benefits from having Routine Dental Checks

  • Maintain a priceless asset, your smile!
  • Enjoy teeth for life!
  • Maintain gum health!

The mouth is the mirror to the rest of your body, you don’t visit your doctor every six months, but by visiting us we are often able to pick up medical and dental problems that would otherwise go undetected.  Because we see you regularly, we are able to practice preventative C.A.R.E. minimising future spend.

C.A.R.E. Dental Team

Why is Routine Dental Care Important?

Brushing your Teeth

Brush your mouth properly

Yes, I said mouth, not teeth. The reason is that your teeth is not the only thing in your mouth, you have your gum, your tongue and the roof of your mouth. Those need cleaning too.

Brushing the surfaces of your tongue and roof of your mouth. This will help to get rid of bacteria that cause bad breath. Remember to brush your teeth and gum lightly, do not attack them with the bristles, as this will do more harm than good.

Also, make a habit of brushing at least twice a day, preferably in the morning and in the evening.

Flossing your Teeth

Floss regularly

As wonderful as brushing regularly is, it is not holistic in its responsibility to clean your teeth. Brushing can clean the surface of the teeth, but it cannot do the same for the spaces in between teeth.

This is where flossing comes in. It helps to get rid of food residue and other detrimental substances stuck between the teeth. If you really care about your dental hygiene (and you should), get into the habit of flossing at least once a day.

Oral hygiene

Ensure that your diet is teeth-friendly

For most people, if not everybody, our primary reason for eating something is that it tastes good. But have we ever considered what this different foods or snacks do to our teeth?

Foods such as nuts, fruits (such as apples), cheese, chicken and vegetables are teeth friendly. Something extra to know about cheese is that it causes your salivary gland to produce more saliva, which neutralises acid.

Healthy and Unhealthy Teeth

Limit intake of sodas and alcohol

Tobacco for one, is something you should run away from. Avoiding this can save you from some periodontal complications such as oral cancer. Furthermore, stuff that you will take to mask the smell of tobacco such as sweets, tea or coffee will just end of doubling the damage to your teeth already caused by the tobacco.

You should also limit your intake of soda and alcohol. These contain phosphorus, which is an important mineral for a healthy. But too much of everything is bad and this applies to phosphorus too. Too much of it can deplete the calcium level of the body, causing dental hygiene problems such as tooth decay and gum disease.

Go instead with beverages that will help to build enamel strength and water, which hydrates your body better than any sugary drink ever will.

Here is a helpful tip: if you must take sodas or alcohol, do so with a straw to avoid the drink having direct contact with your teeth.

Dental Checkup

Visit the dentist regularly

Applying everything stated in the previous points is not an excuse not to go for regular dental checkup. Our Dentists will help you to maintain your teeth healthy.

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