Nonverbal Communication and Healthy Teeth with a Dentist

Body language is a form of communication that defies cultural and lingual barriers. A smile is a smile no matter what language the happy person speaks. Sadly, some people feel too ashamed to smile because they feel their mouth to be in poor visual condition. This usually means that their oral health is also damaged internally. This can lead to poor health in other areas throughout the body. A life without smiling happily is dangerous indeed. What is your internal reaction when you smile? If your smile could use a bit of improvement, there are people who can help. A Simi Valley dentist can brighten up your smile with the latest advancements in dental technology. Then they can teach you how to maintain your gorgeous new grin at home.

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Keep Your Mouth Healthy at Home

Loved by parents and despised by adolescents everywhere, brushing and flossing are two simple ways to keep your mouth healthy. Be sure to spend an adequate amount of time on each tooth with your brush. Use toothpaste that is custom fit to your needs by your oral hygienist. That way you can be sure to get the most out of your time spent. Also, make sure to get between each tooth and gum line whilst flossing. It’s amazing how much food can get stuck in those hard-to-reach places.

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Keep Your Great Smile Forever

You’ll only have one set of adult teeth. Make sure to take care of them so they will last you a lifetime. Biting and chewing food is something that most people with healthy mouths take for granted. Once you lose the ability to eat food in a natural and uninhibited way, things can change about your life. You may not have the same appetite. Loss of appetite can create problems. Chewing food is a necessary part of the digestive process. Without this ability, the whole experience can become cumbersome. Fortunately there are professionals like a Simi Valley dentist who have the training and expertise to help you recover from any dental problem and keep you smiling for many years to come.

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  1. Flossing is one big part of our dental hygiene at home, even the kids..

  2. it really is a must that we put stock on our dental hygiene, not only to serve as good example to our children but also to ensure that we can keep those pearly whites {along with our winsome smiles} for a very long time. brushing at least twice a day is what does the trick for me. i have yet to discover flossing, though!

  3. Having good oral health is very important in our family. We try to go to the dentist at least twice a year and floss regularly too.

  4. proud to say that our babies got 0 cavities.:) i supervise them while they are brushing their teeth.

  5. Agree, that’s why my kids i always watching their sweets intake i don’t want them to have bad teeth as much as i can

  6. I do agree! If you are a poor dental hygiene, that can actually lead to a poor health. Take care of our teeth is a must. Thanks for sharing!

  7. I admit, I don’t have the perfect healthy teeth because most of my teeth already have filling which eventually have to change it so my teeth can fully function well with no aches. Thanks to technology and dentist that I still have intact active functioning teeth. 🙂

  8. Smiling can be infectious too! you smile at one person and that person will smile back at someone else and before you know it, everyone is smiling at each other! 😀

    I always find time to make sure my kids have proper oral hygiene, I want them to grow up with clean mouths and a smile that they can be proud of. 😛

  9. it’s always important to have a great smile and healthy teeth of course!

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