Tips For A Healthier Smile In 2019

Tips For A Healthier Smile In 2019New Year’s Eve is the perfect time to reflect upon the past year and to gear up for the new year. When it comes to your smile’s health, it is never too late to improve it. Dr. Cabal and Lake Country Orthodontics in Fort Worth, TX wants to be your resource for your family’s orthodontic needs. Orthodontic services can be one part of making your smile healthy for the new year. 

Drink More Water

We all know that we should drink plenty of water yet it can be a hard habit to keep up with. If you are a person that has trouble keeping hydrated, we have some tips to help you do so. Get a reusable water bottle to drink from throughout your day. Some bottles have little markings on them to keep you on track. If you prefer soda and cola, try drinking water infused with flavors or sugar-free carbonated water. Drinking on water helps to keep your smile rinsed of harmful bacteria.

Be Ahead of Your Needs

Procrastination is a bad habit that a new year can inspire you to break. When it comes to your smile, you can prevent problems. Preemptively straightening your smile with orthodontic treatment can help you to prevent bigger problems down the line. A misaligned smile is at a higher risk for damage, tooth decay, gum disease, and jaw disorders. Straightening it can lower these risks.

Daily Routine

Your daily routine is the biggest, most important part of keeping your smile healthy. Every day you should be brushing your teeth at least twice a day for two minutes a session. Other hygiene habits like flossing, scraping your tongue, and using alcohol-free mouthwash should be added to keep your smile as clean as possible.

2019 can be a great year for your smile

Our team wants to help you get a healthy smile in 2019. To schedule your consultation call Lake Country Orthodontics in Fort Worth, TX at (817) 236-7846. Our office proudly serves patients who live in Ft. Worth, White Settlement, North Ft. Worth, Springtown, Rome, Haslet, Azle, Saginaw, and all surrounding communities.