West Indianapolis Dentists Provide Easy Tips to Remember to Protect Your Teeth


Everybody wants to have a smile that they’re proud of! But it’s not always easy work. There are many factors that can get in the way, including bad habits and a bad diet. That’s why your West Indianapolis dentists want to provide some tips for patients, young and old, to keep a healthy smile during their everyday routine!


Don’t Overbrush
This could sound silly! ‘How is brushing more than the recommended amount of times bad for you?’ Although your teeth are strong, they’re only so strong. Brushing more than two times a day can weaken the surface of your teeth, also called your enamel. This surface protects the sensitive center part of your teeth, the dentin, and if you’re constantly wearing down your enamel, you’re never giving it a chance to rebuild itself with protective minerals in your saliva.


Use a Straw
A majority of drinks, like coffee and soda, are greatly damaging to your smile. From stains to decay, these beverages are doing their very best to break down your teeth with their acidity. Using a straw is helpful because the drinks bypass your anterior teeth and lessen the chances of staining. Regardless if you use a straw or not, whenever you’re finished with your beverage, have some sips of water to rinse your mouth to keep any acidity from sticking around.


Check out some more simple, but helpful tips to keep your smile in tip top shape by clicking here! And don’t forget to schedule an appointment with your West Indianapolis dentists by calling our office today at (317) 241-9876.




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