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Cosmetic Dentistry Tips in Yadkinville, NC

Cosmetic Dentistry Tips Yadkinville NC

If you have spent time and money in some form of cosmetic dentistry treatment, you want the successful results to last an exceptionally long time and achieve the desired results. To ensure you keep your smile looking beautiful and bright for decades, the following is a list of cosmetic dentistry tips in Yadkinville, NC, to help extend the life of your cosmetic treatments, including:

  • Avoid sticky or hard foods.
  • Avoid sugar and acidic drinks.
  • Brushing and flossing are paramount.
  • Use a mouthguard when sleeping.
  • Use a straw.

Avoid Sticky or Hard Foods

One of the primary considerations toward protecting your cosmetic dental enhancements is the amount of sticky or hard foods you consume. Any food that will stick to your teeth or require hard bites can impact your teeth’ appearance and condition.

Avoid Sugary and Acidic Drinks

Drinks high in sugar or acid can take a significant toll on your cosmetic treatments and overall dental health. These drinks cause premature wear on cosmetic enhancements and weaken your teeth, so it is beneficial to avoid drinking them as much as possible.

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Brushing and Flossing are Paramount

When your sweet tooth takes over, ensure you always brush and floss after a sugary drink or treat. You must adequately brush away all bits of sugar as it can harm the condition of cosmetic replacements and your teeth.

Use a Mouthguard

If you grind your teeth while sleeping or think you may, always use a mouthguard. This small piece of plastic can protect your teeth and save the life of your perfect cosmetic dental implants. Wearing a mouthguard to sleep will help avoid tooth sensitivity, jaw pain, or headaches that result from grinding your teeth throughout the night.

Use a Straw

If you cannot resist a cold glass of orange juice or fountain soda, ensure you use a straw, which can help reduce your teeth’ exposure to the nasty aspects of the drink, like sugar and acidity. Also, using a straw for darker beverages can help avoid staining.

To learn more about the best cosmetic dentistry tips, contact Drs. Virtue and Taylor and Virtue Dental Care team at (336) 606-0040 today or stop by if you are in the Yadkinville, NC area!

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Virtue Dental Care is committed to ensuring that Yadkinville, NC patients have healthy teeth and healthy bodies. We follow biological dentistry principles, offering general, cosmetic, and mercury-free dentistry. The latest techniques and technologies, personalized care, and a comfortable and environmentally responsible practice are our hallmarks.

Our office was established in 1979 by Dr. William Virtue, DDS, AGD, FIAOMT, DNM, who was trained in dentistry at Indiana University. His achievements include Past President of the IAOMT and Forum for Contemporary Dental Esthetics. Dr. Mary Katherine Taylor, DDS, ADA, NCDS, AIAOMT graduated from Wake Forest University and earned her dental degree from UNC-Chapel Hill School of Dentistry. Both of our doctors go above and beyond in continuing education to provide top service to our patients.