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How To Avoid Dental Emergency During The Christmas Period

The festival season is an exciting time for everyone, and at Dural Dental Practice we’re here to help you keep it this way so the last thing we want is for our patients to be in any dental pain or trouble. Focus on the following things to help get you through without any hiccups;

Brush twice a day and flossing regularly

Remember to brush after breakfast in the morning, and once at night before bed.

Before flossing at night, remember to whip out a piece of floss or flosset

Be mindful about snacking

At Dural Dental Practice we know everyone is drinking a little more and eating a little more. Just remember every time you expose your teeth to a glass of a champagne, a piece of chocolate here and there you’re exposing your teeth to sugars and acids. Try to keep food and drink to meal times and sip on water after to help neutralise the pH in your mouth

Come in for a preventative visit

We love seeing our patients coming in smiling and happy. If you get the slightest inkling something may not be right in your mouth, come in for a check and get it addressed early on before it exacerbates further. The last thing we want is for our patients to be in agony during the Christmas break.

Disclaimer: The content provided on this website is intended for general informational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice tailored to your specific needs and circumstances. Any reliance you place on the information provided in these blogs is, therefore, strictly at your own risk. We shall not be held responsible for any loss or damage resulting from the use of the information provided on this website.

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