The Anatomy Of A Tooth And So Much More
Do you know the anatomy of a tooth? It’s just one of the topics we presented on social media this week.
Here are some of the others:
White wine causes stains on your teeth – not just red wine. You should brush and rinse with water before drinking the wine, then wait at least 30 minutes before brushing again. Who knew?
Most bad breath is due to a dirty tongue. While tooth decay, gum disease and food particles left behind after eating can cause bad breath, most of us don’t brush our tongues. Maybe we don’t talk enough about tongue brushing on social media.
Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the body. That means it’s harder than fingernails, obviously. But it’s harder than bone too. That’s pretty remarkable, isn’t it?
Brushing and meditation share something in common. Do you know what it is? It’s simple: It really helps you to do both twice a day.
Change your toothbrush after an illness. You don’t want to bring the bacteria and germs of your illness into the healthy next phase of your life.
Mouth guards aren’t just for contact sports. You need a mouth guard for any sporting activity that could result in a fall or an impact to your mouth.
And what about the anatomy of a tooth?
Remember that a tooth is a living thing with a root, a nerve and a blood supply. While you may only see the enamel and the dentin, there’s a lot going on below the gum line that you need to protect and nourish too.
If it’s time for dental help in your life, it’s time to get to know Brighton Dental in San Diego. We’re a biocompatible dental clinic dedicated to you – and to smart practices that make your oral health better.
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