Well, we all know, a regular dental check-up is the key factor to protect one’s oral health. You have to visit a dentist at least once in six months if you want to maintain a healthy smile.

But, before you go to the dentist you have to make sure that you are doing the following things in a proper manner, to cut down the charges paid at dental clinics/hospitals.


The first thing that comes to mind when you say oral care is brushing. It has always been advised to brush at least twice in a day – morning and night to protect your tooth. Brushing keeps you fresh and also helps to prevent your teeth from bacteria and diseases.


Flossing your teeth is a part of brushing. A thin long piece reaches to the every corner of your tooth that cannot be cleaned by brushing. Though you may feel awkward or uncomfortable doing, a regular clean-up using an 18-inch long piece can prevent your teeth from forming bacteria.

Rinsing mouth:

Rinsing is the most common technique used to free yourself from those irritating food particles inside the mouth. It is advised to rinse your mouth thoroughly with plain water after eating and use any mouthwash at least twice in a day to keep your mouth fresh and free from embarrassing smell.

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Eating healthy food:

As brushing, flossing and rinsing will take care of your teeth from outside, eating healthy food will protect it from inside. Food containing calcium, proteins and vitamins D such as milk, curd cheese, vegetables, fruits, almonds, cashew nuts and other variety of nuts will make your teeth strong and will prevent from bacteria.

Quitting tobacco:

Tobacco affects the human body causing serious problems in lungs and mouth, which includes bad breath, teeth discoloration, teeth problems, gum diseases and oral cancer. So, better quit, if you are consuming any kind of tobacco.

Above all, visit a dentist at least once in 6 months and immediately when you feel a pain or some problem in your mouth.

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