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How To Protect Your Teeth During The Holidays!

Give The Gift Of Your Smile!

 

There are many things to be excited about and celebrate during the holidays, and (unfortunately) a lot of things to stress about. But two things you definitely don’t need to be stressing about during the most wonderful time of the year are your teeth and oral health.

The disappointing truth is that the holidays can be such a busy time of the year that you may lose track of your oral health, and possibly indulge in certain holiday festivities that can leave your teeth in worse shape by the time New Year’s comes around. (1)

But this year is the year of YOU, and now is the PERFECT TIME to set up an ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE ROUTINE you can rely on throughout the holidays to ensure that your teeth are not only PROTECTED as we enter the holiday season, but also STRONGER than ever by the time the holidays are over.

In this blog we talk about how you can BOOST your oral health this holiday season, and simple steps you can take to ensure your smile is BRIGHTER THAN EVER all holidays long!

 

THE NAUGHTY LIST

 

 

Even though the holidays seem like a whole different world from the one you’re used to for a couple of months each year, the truth is that the reason the holidays are so stressful is because of the changes to your DAILY ROUTINE. And this extends to your oral habits too, when holiday activities, parties, and feasts can interfere with your routine and upend your oral health.

To fight this, it’s best to have an ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE ROUTINE that includes FLUORIDE-FREE ORAL CARE PRODUCTS that WORK TOGETHER to ensure you’re sufficiently and efficiently caring for your gums and teeth. Including FLUORIDE-FREE MOUTHWASH and TOOTH POWDER are key – along with flossing – to create a good foundation of oral health that the craziness of the holidays can’t interfere with. (2)

 

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The holidays are also a popular time for traveling, which everyone knows is one of the most hectic times to properly prepare for. This can leave you without your needed ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE PRODUCTS, which can harm your oral health both in the short and long term. To counter this, be sure to always have TRAVEL SIZE ORAL CARE PRODUCTS, which can help you to follow your oral care routine regardless of where you are. (3)

 

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In addition to being prepared for the increased sweets and treats you may indulge in during the holidays, you should also spread out your treats and moderate your intake of them. Drinking water will also help flush some of the bacteria and toxins left behind by these foods from deteriorating your teeth any further, as water is a natural cleanser you can enjoy the benefits of WHILE eating.

Believe it or not, it’s also common for people to use their teeth as tools during the holidays, using them to help open up bottles, packages, and the wrappers from your favorite candies. Keeping your teeth in your mouth will help to ensure that you don’t suffer from unwanted teeth damage or dental costs once the holidays are over. (5)

To give your teeth an even greater boost, be sure to add a third brushing to your daily routine. Brushing your teeth in the morning, at noon, and at night can help to keep the increased acids and sugars in your mouth from attacking your teeth and enamel, and your overall oral health well cared for and protected. (6)

 

 

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THE NICE LIST

 

To better understand why the holidays are so dangerous to your oral health, you need to understand what sweet treats and holiday grazing leads to. To put it simply, eating creates acids that help to break your food down - an essential function. Unfortunately, these acids also damage your teeth, leading to potential oral problems that can last long after the holidays have ended.

To fight the potential problems of the increased acids in your mouth, it’s a good idea to have set meal times, which can help give your teeth the time they need to RECUPERATE after the bacteria have begun to attack your gums and smile. (7)

 

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Additionally, sugar can linger in your mouth, acting as food for the bacteria in your mouth to thrive and disrupt your oral health. One of the top things this stronger bacteria does is attack your enamel, eventually leading to cavities and gum disease that can be difficult to stop once the bacteria has done its damage. (8)

 

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Another danger of the holiday season is drinking. Not only can drinking lead to the staining of your teeth, but it can also lead to dry mouth, which can also negatively affect your teeth and mouth. If you’re going to drink, opt for drinks with less sugar without the additives that can hurt your oral health.

Smaller steps to increase your oral health this holiday season include checking your toothbrush to make sure its actually effective while you’re brushing. Toothbrushes with bristles that are worn out can carry bacteria and cause you to share more bacteria with others, thus harming your oral health. (10)

And finally, be sure to PROTECT and CARE for the teeth you can’t see with your eye. These teeth are prone to special cavities that are particularly prone to juices, carbs, and sweets, while sometimes affecting one or two teeth in places that can be difficult to reach. If you don’t properly care for these teeth with an ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE ROUTINE, you may suffer from short term and long term health problems, including headaches. (11)

 

 

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Sources:
  1. https://aplusdental.net.au/oral-care-during-the-holidays/
  2. https://www.plagedentistry.com/dental-hygiene-and-the-holidays/
  3. https://theoaksdentalcenter.com/taking-care-of-your-teeth-during-the-holiday-season/
  4. https://www.missionbendfamilydentistry.com/what-impact-does-sugar-have-on-your-teeth-we-are-here-with-answers-and-more/
  5. https://www.orthodrdann.com/our-blog/oral-hygiene---preparing-for-the-holidays
  6. https://comprehensivedentistry.net/holiday-dental-defense-protecting-your-teeth-through-the-feast/
  7. https://tedfordfamilydentistry.com/k2/item/2068-5-dental-tips-for-the-holiday-season
  8. https://www.hillcountryoralsurgery.com/how-to-maintain-proper-oral-hygiene-throughout-the-holiday-season/
  9. https://www.dentalplans.com/dental-information/how-to/enjoy-the-holidays-without-destroying-teeth
  10. https://www.hilltopdentalstudio.com/oral-care-tips-for-the-holidays
  11. https://pacificadental.ca/your-dentists-advice/how-to-take-care-of-your-teeth-during-the-holidays/
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