Cavity Prevention

Everyone is at a risk of developing cavities; however, you can prevent tooth decay by taking good care of your teeth. With good oral hygiene, it’s possible to never have a cavity. Follow these tips to prevent tooth decay:

  • Brush your teeth at least twice a day using fluoride toothpaste
  • Floss your teeth at least once a day
  • Limit sugary drinks and snacks between meals
  • Eat few acidic and sugary foods such as refined carbohydrates, sweets, juice, soda, and candy

You can also fight cavities using the following foods:

  • Water with some fluoride
  • Unsweetened green and black tea
  • Calcium-rich foods
  • Sugarless chewing gum with xylitol
  • Fiber-rich vegetables and fruits

In addition to the above, be sure to visit a dentist at least twice a year for a dental exam and professional teeth cleaning. Your dentist can identify emerging problems before they cause severe dental complications. If you have pre-existing conditions that predispose you to tooth decay, such as diabetes or acid reflux, manage these conditions as well as possible. The earlier any tooth decay is detected and treated, the higher the chances that it can be treated effectively.

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