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We all know humans are diphyodonts. We only get only 2 sets of teeth in our life. That makes our tooth very precious for us. Practicing good oral hygiene means maintaining your smile by visiting dentist regularly and taking care of your teeth and gums between checkups. Dr Partha and his team believe that the patient should get the maximum benefit from their regular check ups. For that sole reason for those who will be visiting the clinic will have their check up appointments free. Our team will always try to keep your teeth healthy. We will show you how to maintain your tooth health and the treatments you will be needing for that.
TOOTH CLEANING AND CHECKUPS :-
Regular dental checkups are the main reason for long standing good oral health. During your visits the dentist will check for -
Checkups in every four months gives you the chance to talk to your doctor and ask your queries . Check-ups have the advantage of catching any infectious condition in its early stage, which in turns have its own merits being the treatment becoming cheaper and faster.
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IMPORTANT THINGS :-
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You must take care of your teeth through your life. Practice to keep good oral hygiene at home with regular checkups with your dental surgeon. This small step will give you many benefits in long run.
GOLDEN RULES TO KEEP YOUR TEETH IN GOOD CONDITION :-
Visit your dentist at least 2-3 times in a year. If possible keep the advance appointment with the dentist’s office so the you won’t miss.
Place your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle to your gum.
Brush gently in a circular motion.
Brush the outer, inner, and chewing surfaces of each tooth.
Use the tip of your brush for the inner surface of your front teeth.
Wind about 18 inches of floss around your fingers as shown. Most of it should be wrapped around one finger, and the other finger takes it up as the floss is used.
Use your thumbs and forefingers to guide about one inch of floss between your teeth.
Holding the floss tightly, gently saw it between your teeth. Then curve the floss into a C-shape against one tooth and gently slide it beneath your gums.
Slide the floss up and down, repeating for each tooth.