Talk to Your Dentist About Dental Erosion Prevention
In order to effectively treat your smile, it is important to make sure that dental damage in the form of tooth enamel wear is minimized. This can be done by keeping your mouth clean and free of plaque buildup and bacteria that often convert substances in your mouth into harmful acids capable of chewing through your tooth enamel. This process is referred to as dental erosion.
Are you doing enough to keep your smile safe from the effects of dental erosion? Are you actively preventing risk factors for dental erosion from emanating into your life and further contributing to the condition? If not, it is important that you’re taking the necessary steps to prevent dental erosion. Numerous causes of dental erosion often include dry mouth, genetic predispositions, environmental factors, and acid reflux disease. Furthermore, the excessive consumption of sugars and starches in foods and drinks that you routinely consume can also heavily contribute to dental erosion.
Numerous causes of dental erosion can arise on a day-to-day basis. Because of this, it can be treated by effectively keeping your smile clean by brushing and flossing on a daily basis. Try to brush your teeth twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush and non-abrasive toothpaste. In addition, floss between your teeth every day with a strong and sturdy dental floss. You can substitute your current utensils with easy to operate tools such as electric toothbrushes and water flossers. Try to produce additional saliva in your mouth, as saliva is extremely effective for treating and preventing dental erosion, as it can help wash away debris and neutralize harmful acids on your teeth and gums.
Questions about dental erosion prevention treatments? Now is the best time to visit the dentist office of Rana Dental for dental erosion prevention treatments. Dr. Hetal Rana and our team at our office in Roseville, California, is here to ensure you receive the dental erosion prevention treatments to keep your smile in peak condition. We can be reached by calling us at 916-774-4499.