Six 10-Second Healthy Tooth Helps

Six 10-Second Healthy Tooth Helps

It doesn’t have to take a lot of time to improve your oral hygiene. In fact, you can form a new habit to benefit your oral health in as little as 10 seconds. At Harris Dental in Phoenix, our dentist thinks that’s a pretty good idea.

Here are six ways to add critical dental care to each day.

Find a better place for your toothbrush.
Look around. In 10 seconds you can probably find 5 places to set your toothbrush that will permit air drying and can suppress the growth of microorganisms that a closed, moist environment would encourage.

Leave the floss on the counter.
If you want to build consistency, you need reminders. Deliberately setting out the floss will give you more commitment to use it. And if you see it, you’ll remember that commitment.

Swish.
If you’re in 20 seconds already, might as well grab the fluoride rinse and wash away bits of food after flossing and freshen your breath at the same time. 10 seconds is the minimum but 20 is twice as good.

Smile in the mirror.
Check out those chompers. Examine for 10 full seconds. Inspect gums for bleeding or tenderness, missed fragments of food, staining, or other concerns.

Have a water chaser with dark beverages.
Rinse your mouth with a sip of water when drinking cola, tea, or coffee throughout the day. A mere 10 seconds that will curb discoloration.

Call Harris Dental.

10 digits, 10 seconds, a short conversation and you can secure yourself a consultation with us. We will examine your teeth for far more than 10 seconds and help keep your smile healthy and beautiful. Our services at Harris Dental in Phoenix include general and cosmetic dentistry. Call today!

 

CONTACT HARRIS DENTAL:

480-428-0040

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4444 N 32 St Ste 208 Phoenix, Arizona 85018

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