3 Things to Remember this September

A brand new month is here; September. To keep me healthy and sane this month and even beyond, here are some things I would like to lay down as reminders for me. Well, perhaps you might find them beneficial for you as well 😉

1.  Look forward, focus ahead.

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2. The thing to do. Daily.

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3. And of course, the way to live is this.

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The Importance of a Healthy Smile

Every once in awhile, you may think it’s okay not to brush your teeth. For example, if you’re running behind or don’t have your toothbrush with you, it may seem innocent enough to miss a brushing every once in awhile – but it isn’t.

General and cosmetic dental clinics, like Cleveland Smiles, are familiar with the damage that comes with not brushing your teeth. While it may seem like you aren’t doing extensive damage to your teeth, missing your nightly or morning cleaning means that the plaque and tartar are sitting on your teeth and making a home for themselves, which, will eventually cause decay and other problems.

Keeping your teeth healthy and clean is important for many reasons.

  • Healthy teeth make a great first impression. Surprisingly enough, your teeth are one of the first things that people notice. A healthy smile is one of the easiest accessories to sport and will make a great first impression in areas of your life, including your relationships and job.
  • Poor oral care means more damage than you think. Although it seems like poor oral hygiene would only affect your teeth, other health problems can arise from this as well. The Academy of General Dentistry has linked gum disease with issues such as heart disease and strokes. Other health issues include potential digestion problems, gingivitis (gum disease) and problems heart complications.
  • You need your teeth to eat! Taking care of your teeth has one obvious benefit: you’ll be able to eat freely. When you don’t brush or floss your teeth, you allow bacteria to fester in your mouth and plaque to build up, causing decay and cavities. When these problems aren’t taken care of, they can lead to loss of teeth or sensitivity, which makes eating a difficult task. Properly brushing and visiting the dentist will ensure that your teeth will last you a lifetime.
  • You’ll feel better after a good brushing. A bright smile not only affects the people that you meet, but it allows you to have increased confidence as well. When your confidence is high, you give off a positive vibe to others. Studies have shown that people who smile more end up more successful and in happier relationships. Plus, once you have brushed your teeth after eating a candy bar or drinking a soda, your mouth will feel nice and clean!

Taking care of your teeth only takes a few minutes a day, but you’ll continue to reap the benefits your whole life.

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