6. Be a Builder Not a Wrecker
Bacteria are constantly trying to build an empire in your mouth, give it what it wants: juice, soda, and chewy candy for the small crevices, and hard-to-reach surfaces!
5. Let Acid Rock It!
Energy drinks, diet soda, red wine, coffee, and tea. Great at staining and wearing away surfaces. The perfect magnet for acid-loving bacteria. So avoid gums with Xylitol and Recaldent and shoot for foods and beverages containing citric acid and the super duper sourest of candies.
4. Enjoy an Overcast Day Every Day
Lighting up and remaining in a tobacco fog is an efficient way to achieve the vibrant yellow hue we’re all looking for in tooth apparel.
3. Toss out the Toothbrush and Floss
Avoid brushing after every single meal with a soft, gentle bristled toothbrush and fend off the urge to floss twice a day. This is critical if you want the bacteria to take over and result in gum disease and tooth decay.
2. Use Your Teeth as Tools
Hammer, wrench, screwdriver, scissors, bottle-opener. Use your imagination. Who needs a toolbox when you’ve got 32 solid options?
1. Cancel Regular Check-Ups
It is more difficult to ruin your smile if you have regular check-ups with your favorite Arlington dentist. Best to avoid them altogether if your goal is pure chaos and painful destruction.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this article and walked away with a renewed desire to take care of those enamel-covered marvels that serve you faithfully day in and day out.
I know many people throughout Arlington and Mansfield have difficult struggles with oral health and lack smile satisfaction. That’s why I’m here. I am Stephen Ratcliff of Stephen Ratcliff Family & Cosmetic Dentistry in Arlington. If you are experiencing dental problems, schedule a consultation today. I look forward to creating a plan to restore your oral health and the beauty of your smile.
To find out the price of braces, the price of veneers, the cost of teeth whitening, or the cost of a dental crowns, call my practice at 817-274-7875.
Contact Stephen Ratcliff Family & Cosmetic Dentistry:
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909 W Mitchell St