Oral Health Products

As we move on with our lives, new and more advanced products evolve day by day. But, is everything new good or healthy for our body? Unfortunately, no. Whatever new products we see on TV or the internet may not be good and can cause potential harm to our bodies.

You are dazzled by the glamorous products displayed in the health and beauty sections whenever you visit supermarkets or pharmacies. However, from various brands to different prices to choose from, it becomes very confusing to pick the right product best for your health. Every brand has more or less the same slogan, that they are better than the rest, but is it true? Let us know below.

What to Look For in an Oral Health Product?

Before product choosing, you must always remember that taking regular care of your oral hygiene can only ensure good oral health. Even if you buy the best products in the market but fail to brush your teeth twice a day or forget to floss and rinse, you will still have a bad dental condition.

The most important thing to notice while buying any products from over the counter is ensuring that it has the American Dental Association’s (ADA) Seal of Acceptance. Fancy dental instruments are fraught with danger and can damage your teeth or soft tissues. 

Some Tips to Maintain Oral Health

Some basic dental habits to keep a bright and healthy smile are discussed in this section. 

Always brush your teeth twice (or thrice) a day after every meal and before going to bed. Going to bed with a mouthful of germs is way worse than you can imagine, so remember to brush at night. Also, brush with fluoride toothpaste positively. If possible, after lunch, brush your teeth with plain water.

Do not forget about your tongue. Most people forget about it while brushing. Your tongue takes up a lot of space, and overlooking it can only increase bacteria production. Floss every day to remove any food particles stuck between your teeth.

Drink plenty of water to keep your oral as well as overall health good. Numerous studies show that water is one of the most crucial and essential parts of a diet. Sipping water continuously throughout the day can protect your teeth from sugar and also help remove stubborn food particles.

To know more about effective oral health products and get comprehensive dental services, book an appointment with Dr. Jeanne V. Devi, DDS. Call us at (626) 795-2544 or visit our website for more details. We are located at 595 E Colorado Blvd Suite 603, Pasadena, CA 91101.


595 E Colorado Blvd Suite 603, Pasadena, CA 91101

Phone: (626) 795-2544

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Email: smile@jeannedevidds.com

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