9 Tips To Keep Your Teeth Healthy This Thanksgiving

man with delicious turkey for holiday dinner with beautiful family 300x200 1 Happy Thanksgiving! Food, family, and friends are all part of the holiday season. Thanksgiving is no exception. We celebrate Thanksgiving by giving thanks for all the blessings we have in our lives. But it’s also a time to indulge in our favorite foods!

This can be a problem for our teeth. We all know that sugary and starchy foods are not good for our teeth. But it’s hard to resist all the deliciousness surrounding us during the holidays. That’s why we must be extra vigilant about our dental hygiene this time. Your teeth will thank you for taking good care of them.

You can also keep your teeth healthy this Thanksgiving by following these 9 tips:

Avoid foods high in sugar and acid: Sugary and acidic foods can damage your teeth. So, it’s best to avoid them.

Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables: Fruits and vegetables contain fiber which is good for your teeth and gums. They also help to clean your teeth as you eat them.

Drink lots of water: Water helps to flush away food particles and bacteria from your mouth. It also helps to keep your saliva levels high, which is good for your teeth and gums.

Don’t smoke: Smoking is terrible for your overall health and oral health. It can cause gum disease, tooth decay, and even cancer. So, it’s best to avoid it altogether.

Brush and floss between meals: Thanksgiving favorites can also stain your teeth. The two biggest culprits are red wine and cranberry sauce. That’s why cleaning, flossing, and using mouthwash between meals are imperative.

Use a straw: When drinking sugary or acidic drinks, use a straw to help keep the liquids away from your teeth.

Chew sugar-free gum: Chewing sugarless gum after meals can help remove food particles from your teeth and freshen your breath.

Don’t bite your nails: Biting your nails can damage your teeth and gums.

Visit the dentist regularly: The best way to keep your teeth healthy is to visit the dentist for regular cleanings and checkups.

Let us keep your teeth looking great! Colorado residents from Denver, Fort Collins, and nearby areas can visit our modern and inviting dental office. You can schedule an appointment at Adler Advanced Dentistry by calling 303-500-8637.


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