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Enhancing your smile means taking care of your teeth as best you can. Not only should you be making the necessary steps to avoid products that can easily destroy your smile, but you need to think about how these hazards can cause dental damage and how to prevent damage from occurring. Only by assessing your oral health and any unhealthy habits in it, can you make sure you’re doing what you need to, to keep your smile thriving for many years to come.

If you wish to keep your smile safe it is always important to make sure you’re exercising oral health hygiene habits and avoiding tooth hazards that can arise every day. Avoid unhealthy habits such as smoking and chewing tobacco as they can easily destroy your smile. Not only can they stain or discolor your teeth, but they can also cause tooth loss and cancer.

Tell keep your smile safe from the risks of dental damage, always practice effective oral hazard avoidance prevention plans. This includes avoiding anything that can potentially damage your teeth and gums due to natural causes. You should never be chewing on any products that are not intended to be eaten. This includes chewing on pens, pen caps or even biting your nails, as doing so can lead to dental damage in the form of chips and cracks and even potential gum tissue lacerations.

In order to keep your smile safe, always look for new products that can help strengthen your tooth enamel. Furthermore, avoid products that can easily damage your tooth enamel. This can include drinking coffees and wine which are known for staining and discoloring teeth. Furthermore, wines are known to be extremely acidic and could potentially cause dental erosion to occur.

Don’t get left in the dark by having poor oral hygiene without tooth hazard care. If you would like Dr. Letitia M. Williams and our team at Letitia M. Williams, DDS, LLC to bring you in for a comprehensive exam to determine which tooth hazard care methods are right for you, please set up an appointment at our dentist office in Union Springs, Alabama, by calling us at 334.738.3111.