April is Dental Health Month

Keeping it clean means having a sparkling clean smile to show the world this Spring. April is Dental Health Month and we are happy to award this Month’s Draw Prize of a Phillip’s Sonicare Diamond Clean toothbrush to Julie!

Your Oral Care Routine

This is a good time of year to take stock of your oral care routine and understand how proper oral health can have an impact on your overall well-being. This Spring consider the preventive steps you can take to make sure your mouth and the rest of your body are healthy throughout the year.

Good Oral Hygiene Is Important

Take care of your smile! Good oral hygiene is important for many reasons. Sore or bleeding gums, missing teeth, infections, and oral pain can all affect your ability to eat and talk. These problems can have an influence on the type of food you eat and the enjoyment you get from eating. They can also make you feel self-conscious and limit your ability to socialize. Plus, while we often think of our mouth as a separate part of our body, research reveals a connection between our oral health and certain chronic diseases, such as stroke, heart disease, and diabetes. Healthy eating, avoidance of smoking, scheduling regular dental appointments, oral cancer screenings and maintaining of proper oral hygiene will have you smiling through the rest of the year!

Sonicare Toothbrush – Good Oral Hygiene Tool

One of the best ways to maintain your oral health is the practice of good oral hygiene habits. The Sonicare toothbrush uses advanced sonic technology that pulses water between teeth, and its brush strokes break up plaque and sweep it away for an exceptional daily clean. The unique shape of the toothbrush handle combined with their brush heads means that even tricky spots get a thorough clean. Not sure how long to brush? This toothbrush has a “quad timer” to signal when your total time is up. There are 5 modes from “clean mode” for an exceptional daily clean, “gum mode” to gently massage gums, “polish” to brighten your smile, “sensitive” for a gentle clean or “white” to remove surface stains. 

Julie will enjoy a healthy, shiny smile!