Importance Of Oral Hygiene Before Going To Bed
A good oral hygiene is imperative for maintaining your oral health. It is the best defense against any kind of dental issues. A good oral routine does not only consist of brushing and flossing your teeth in morning but also before going to bed.
Apart from brushing and flossing, you also need to be mindful of what you eat and drink as well as drink plenty of water. You must also make it a point to visit the dentist at least twice a year for dental cleaning and examination. A good oral hygiene helps in getting a flawless smile and improves your confidence. It is obvious to get busy in routine and sleep without brushing your teeth at night. But the habit can be detrimental to your oral health. Even if you indulge in midnight snacking, you must not forget to brush afterwards.
A SLEEPING MOUTH IS A BACTERIAL HOTBED
When you are sleeping, the saliva production is lesser for preventing choking which makes your mouth dry. This is one of the reasons we wake up feeling thirsty. Dry mouth is a perfect place for the bacteria to grow. If you don’t brush at night, the bacteria feed on the food particles stuck in the mouth and multiply in numbers. These bacteria can cause tooth decay, gum diseases, and halitosis.
WHAT’S THE LAST THING TO TOUCH YOUR TEETH?
The answer to this question should only be toothbrush, floss, and water. If your answer is anything else, it’s time for you to make changes in your routine. Leaving anything in your mouth even if it is syrup can become food for bacteria. Even if you drink milk or have fruits late at night, make sure your brush the teeth.
DO YOU HAVE A GOOD BEDTIME ROUTINE FOR YOUR SMILE?
Having a good oral care routine before bed can help in keeping your mouth healthy. It is important to seek professional care and advice from your dentist so that you can keep your pearly white and smile flawless. After all, who doesn’t love to flash a bright smile?
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