Tips for good dental health Updated on June 21, 2019 By William Clement 23 Comments By William Clement 23 Comments Anna Abdiel June 21, 2019 Thanks for the great video about dental health!! While searching for some more good resources for all my oral hygiene and dental care needs, I came across: www.lighttouchdentalcare.com and found their services awesome. Thanks!! Reply Shane Lowney June 21, 2019 Thanks, for sharing these tips with us. Proper brushing twice a day, as well as flossing, can help you to prevent dental or oral problems. At We Make Smiles, Dr. Keith Blessitt offers dental services, they serve in the Florida area from many years. For more information visit: https://wemakesmiles.com/ Reply forex stock June 21, 2019 I was skeptical when I first came across this product. I noticed it's effects with the first dose, and the results have gotten better as I've been taking it regularly. 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Take care of your mouth, because poor oral health can affect a person’s physical, mental and social well-being.For starters, follow these steps for a healthier, happier mouth in guide : http://www.mylanderpages.com/teethcare/teethcare Reply Nirajan Pradhan June 21, 2019 Any orthodontist here for me? Reply Beaufils Dental June 21, 2019 Great video – informative and straight to the point. To piggyback on your information, we always notice many patients get confused as to why they might need a deep dental cleaning when they only intended a regular cleaning – maybe you can do a video that addresses these points: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APkxKd2oy84 Reply Respect People June 21, 2019 https://dentistsforguidance.blogspot.in/2017/04/do-you-like-sweet-food-or-candies.html Reply 华恩 June 21, 2019 Oral Irrigator Helps Improve Gum Health Help Your Saving Money On Floss https://www.amazon.co.uk/Xaer-Portable-Irrigator-Electricity-Batteries/dp/B01N2AJK6I/ref=sr_1_1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1488886893&sr=8-1&keywords=Xaer+oral+irrigator Reply Louis K. Cheung, DDS June 21, 2019 Proper dental care may sound simple but it takes a lot more to protect your teeth. Reply Default Name June 21, 2019 This video helps in giving light to proper dental care. Reply Orthodontist Anchorage June 21, 2019 Thank you for sharing this! Really straight forward yet very helpful. Keep it up. Reply Orthodontist Greensboro June 21, 2019 Really useful tips! This is indeed helpful for viewers to be aware of proper oral hygiene. Reply PaducahDentalCare June 21, 2019 Thanks for sharing. Proper oral hygiene is extremely important to your health and well-being, no matter your age. Reply Default Name June 21, 2019 Short but meaningful! Good Job CNN. Reply Orthodontist Arlington June 21, 2019 Great! This tips is very useful. Thank you so much for sharing it. Reply Orthodontist Greensboro June 21, 2019 Awesome! Thanks for the wonderful tips. It's really a big help. Good Job! Reply T.E.N. Family Dentistry June 21, 2019 Great video! As a dentist I encourage my patients to do the items you've identified in this video. Thanks for sharing. Reply t5e2 June 21, 2019 too much of anything is bad. Too much salt is bad, too much potassium is bad, too much alcohol is bad, even too much water can cause kidney failure. Fluoride in city water supply is monitored and controlled to be at optimal level, much safer than drinking bottle water or well water. American Heart Association released a report last month saying there's NO causative effect between periodontal disease and heart disease. Look it up. Don't be misinformed. Reply Mega2unde June 21, 2019 What they won't tell you is that excessive fluoride is lethal to humans( fluoride poisoning). The water you drink is full of fluorine,just as tooth pastes and mouth wash contains high amounts of fluoride. Brushing your teeth properly once a day is enough. To keep good mouth dentin, just rinse your mouth after eating especially acidic foods. Visit your dentist at least once in 90day for dental check ups. Finally Bad oral hygiene is bad for the heart Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.