We are excited to announce that we are now seeing patients for non-emergency services. Our team will be taking the appropriate measures and precautions to ensure that our patients and staff can interact safely. We appreciate your cooperation, and we look forward to seeing you soon!

Sean Abidin, DDS • Vanessa Cao, DDS phone (614) 882-9828

Dental Tips For Your Smile And Overall Health

Although most people want an attractive smile, following a positive oral care routine will bring overall good health as well. When you follow a few dental tips, it is possible to maintain a beautiful mouth and to avoid chronic diseases. Scientific research shows that having a healthy mouth means that you will spend less time in the doctor’s office.

Brush Twice a Day. It is essential to maintain a regular oral care routine. You should brush at least twice a day for two minute at a time. It is important to use a toothpaste with fluoride as well.

Floss Daily. Flossing is often an afterthought. However, it is a crucial part of dental care. Besides removing food that becomes trapped in between teeth, it maintains healthy gums. At first, you may experience some slight bleeding. With time, this will subside, and you will enjoy a fresh mouth.

Eat Healthy. It is vital to eat a balanced diet. Eating sugary foods will cause decay. Consuming items that are rich in calcium will keep your teeth strong. Foods that contain a variety of vitamins will help prevent gum disease.

Stop Smoking. Smoking is a bad habit that affects more than your lungs. Most people understand that it causes breathing problems, but tobacco products can cause gum disease or oral cancer. If you smoke or chew, it is smart to stop for both your general and oral health.

Visit Your Dentist. It is smart to schedule regular checkups with your dentist. Even if you are not having problems, you will receive a professional cleaning. Your dentist will examine your mouth as well. This professional is trained to uncover small issues, including cavities or early symptoms of gum disease. When these items are addressed early, you will be saved time in the dentist’s chair and expensive treatments.

For more dental tips for your smile and overall health, consult with Dr. Lynn Monstwil. She dedicates her time and services to patients so that they enjoy positive overall well-beings.

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Sean Abidin, DDS & Vanessa Cao, DDS