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Weybridge goes to town on Oral Hygiene

How wonderful is it that we sort-of know how to care for our general oral welfare at home. But sort-of isn’t really enough and you need to be aware of all aspects of your oral hygiene, so you could start by giving Mulberry dental care a call. Though based in Walton, they serve Weybridge and can give supreme advice about you and your oral hygiene. It isn’t exactly rocket science but it is vital that you do your best to get it right. Getting the right products is always high on the agenda, but you should never stop buying them either, the more the merrier in fact. Toothbrushes, toothpastes, dental flosses, inter-dental brushes, mouthwashes and herbal products….buy the lot and keep mixing it up when it comes to cleaning every part of your mouth. By doing this a lot to begin with, it will help you get your technique right and teach you how use your products correctly. Of course, there can be no greater acknowledgement that you are doing things right than that from your dentist. You should keep up with your bi-annual visits, even if it’s just to get the nod that you are on the right track. And if your not, then you are in the company of an expert to patch up anything you may have missed and send you on your way. Between you, you can achieve what is known as perfect oral hygiene.

Weybridge and everyday Oral Hygiene

So what is your oral hygiene program in sleepy old Weybridge? Are you doing the right thing, using the right stuff? Well you will find out from your dentist soon enough when you next visit and you are having the odd filling and some pretty harsh cleaning and polishing done because this should be a sign in itself that you are doing something wrong, and while you are there, you should ask your dentist what you are doing wrong and pick up a few new tips. Oral hygiene starts with your brush and if you get the right one from the off, you will be on your way to healthy teeth: shop around and be patient until you get the right one. Then, there are the toothpastes to choose from and again it can be a bit of ‘try it and see’ before you get it right. But this is not enough anymore, so you need to floss as well to remove food and stuff from the places your toothbrush can’t get to; tiny inter-dental, hand held brushes are also good for this. And finally when you rinse, rinse with a fine mouthwash as well as some of these are great for killing any left over bacteria. Persevere and you will manage to keep your teeth wonderfully healthy and avoid any unnecessary problems that plaque could lead to in the future.