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Mount Vernon Alpine Dental - Dr. Raman Patel, DDS
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How do you take care of your toothbrush and when do you replace it?

To keep your toothbrush and yourself healthy, make sure you let it dry out between uses. Toothbrushes can be breeding grounds for germs, fungus and bacteria, which after a while can build up to significant levels. After using your toothbrush, shake it vigorously under tap water and store it in an upright position so that it can air out.

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The most important thing you can do to maintain good oral health is to brush and floss your teeth regularly. Here's how you do them correctly.

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A diastema is an area of extra space between two or more teeth. The two front teeth of the upper jaw area is where diastema is most frequently seen. Many children experience diastema as primary teeth fall out, though in most cases these spaces close when the permanent teeth erupt.
Contact us today if you're having a diastema.

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Mouth guards are mandatory in collision sports such as football, hockey and boxing where the risk of injury is likely. Find out more about the important reasons for mouth guards.

#mouthguards  

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Bad breath can be caused by External factors, Poor oral hygiene, Dentures, Tonsils, Respiratory tract infections, and Dry mouth (Xerostomia)
Read our article to learn more about ‪#badbreath

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What is Tartar?
Tartar, sometimes called calculus, is plaque that has hardened on your teeth. Tartar can also form at and underneath the gumline and can irritate gum tissues. Tartar gives plaque more surface area on which to grow and a much stickier surface to adhere, which can lead to more serious conditions, such as cavities and gum disease.

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