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

The Secret to a Healthier Smile

Everyone wants a bright, beautiful smile. When you are thinking of a healthy smile, total oral health is the secret.

Oral Care For A Healthy Smile:

Dental tips for a healthier smile start with your home routines. You can only have a healthy smile if your mouth is clean. When you remove bits of food, other residue, and bacteria from your mouth, plaque will not build up on your teeth. Your teeth will be healthier, and they will not appear dull.

Healthy Habits For Your Smile:

The benefits of home care can be increased by giving up unhealthy habits. One of the most common examples is the use of tobacco. If you smoke or chew tobacco, your teeth will become stained.

Foods and beverages that harm your teeth harm your smile, too. Carbonated beverages, acidic foods and beverages, and sticky products are some examples. While you should avoid sugary treats, stay alert to the potential damage that can occur from these other products.

Professional Tooth Whitening:

You may take all these steps to healthier teeth, but your teeth are still discolored or dull. This can be due to poor oral hygiene in the past, a poor diet, certain medications, and even natural aging. Products you can purchase over the counter are not necessarily the best option. They can be difficult to use, and may contain ingredients that cause gum irritation.

Your healthy smile can be whiter after a visit to the dentist. Professional cleaning is a start, but you can also ask for a home tooth bleaching kit. It is easy to use the peroxide solution and bleaching trays at home. The process is simple, convenient, and produces excellent results.

Home oral care is only the beginning to a healthy mouth and a healthier smile. The secret is making your oral health a priority. You can be confident every time you smile.

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Sean Abidin, DDS & Vanessa Cao, DDS