Healthier Teeth and a Better Smile in 5 Easy Steps

Who doesn’t want a beautiful smile? A smile can tell a lot about a person, it can also tell a lot about the health of their teeth. Follow these 5 easy steps for healthier teeth:

1.)   Brush frequently. Preferably, you should brush after every meal. If that is not possible, be sure to brush every morning and night to prevent tooth decay.

2.)    Floss daily. Your toothbrush can’t get all of the nooks and crannies in between your teeth, but dental floss can. You should floss at least once a day to eliminate food particles and any plaque that has formed.

3.)    Regular dental checkups. See your dentist twice a year for a professional cleaning. Your dentist may also take X-rays to look for early signs of tooth decay.

4.)    Limit the sugar. Limit the amount of sugary foods and drinks you consume. Sugars stick to your teeth and lead to decay when bacteria feed on them. If you’re going to enjoy a sugary snack, be sure to brush right after.

5.)    Drink tap water. Bottled water may seem convenient, but it lacks a key ingredient for dental health: Fluoride. Tap water from most municipal systems contains fluoride, but bottled water does not contain enough to protect teeth.

Drinking tap water is best when it comes to healthier and stronger teeth. However, it is recommended that your water is filtered to protect you from other harmful contaminants that find its way through.

The Brita Riviera Smart Pitcher will reduce chlorine, taste, odor and sediment while leaving a healthy amount of Fluoride to promote stronger teeth. This water pitcher has a space-saving design, flip-top lid and an electronic filter change indicator for your convenience.

The Brita UltraMax Dispenser Water Filter holds up to 18 eight ounce glasses and comes with one Brita OB03 replacement filter. This Brita dispenser eliminates contaminants while leaving fluoride to promote healthier teeth. Each filter will filter 40 gallons of water and needs to be replaced an average of every two months.

Healthy teeth are the first step to a better smile. In honor of National Smile Month, remember to smile every day and make the world a better place.

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