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Preventive Dental care is the most important part of keeping your smile healthy. Having regular dental cleanings and exams with our dental hygienists and dentist is vital in maintaining your oral health over your lifetime. Call our office today at

(905) 697-9222 to schedule an appointment with dental team in Bowmanville.

Teeth Cleaning

Teeth Brushing

Brush your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste.

  • Don't go to bed without brushing your teeth ...

  • Brush properly. ...

  • Don't neglect your tongue. ...

  • Use a fluoride toothpaste. ...

Teeth Flossing

Flossing will remove plaque germs from between and under the gumline of your teeth. These germs are hard to remove with a toothbrush alone. The use of dental floss and toothbrushing together helps to remove germs that cause cavities and gum disease. Gum disease is not healthy and may lead to tooth loss.

Consider any of the following:

  • Waxed Dental Floss.

  • Unwaxed Floss.

  • PTFE Floss.

  • Dental Tape.

  • Water Flosser.

  • The Floss Pick.

Healthy Diet

  • Cheese, Milk, and Yogurt. Cheese is one of the best foods for healthy teeth for a number of reasons. ...

  • Water. ...

  • Celery, Carrots, and Other Crunchy Veggies. ...

  • Leafy Greens (Spinach, Lettuce, Kale) ...

  • Apples and Pears. ...

  • Nuts. ...

  • Meats and Fatty Fish. ...

Preventative Dentistry In Bowmanville

Bowmanville Dental Hygiene

Regular oral exams, ideally twice a year, give your dentist the opportunity to identify any oral health issues and make a plan to treat them accordingly. 

During your exam, your dentist will take a close look at the health of your teeth, gums, jaw, and bite. Exams may also include dental x-rays, and other diagnostic procedures. 

Hygiene Cleaning

Before or after your exam, your dental hygienist will perform a deep cleaning of your teeth and gums to prevent and treat disease.

To begin, they will use a scaler to remove any tartar and plaque build-up. Next they will use a polisher and coarse toothpaste to remove any leftover stains or plaque, followed by a thorough flossing of your teeth and gums.

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