If you have eve experienced tooth decay first hand, you know how much pain it can be. Your mouth aches and it hurts to chew. Then you have to call your dental practice and have them fix up your tooth. They will likely have to drill out the rotted part of the tooth and then fill the tooth.
If the decay is bad enough, the whole tooth may need to be replaced. Doesn’t this sound like a nightmare? Thankfully, there are some great ways to prevent tooth decay. In this video, you will learn some of the best practices to prevent tooth decay.
Did you know that your tap water may actually be better for your teeth? Some communities put small amounts of fluoride in their tap water. These provides your teeth with a small barrier against tooth decay. However, you can’t rely on this alone. You still need to brush your teeth each and every day. It is important to floss too. some food can become lodged in between your teeth and is not easily removed with a toothbrush. Further, you could consider getting a Waterpik to easily and quickly remove debris.