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Are you aware of all risks in your life that could potentially be putting your smile at risk of further damage? Are you aware of risk factors in your day-to-day life due to bad habits or risks that you are taking? Not only should you be concerned about products in your diet that could easily damage your teeth and gums, but also aspects of your lifestyle that could be putting your smile at risk. Proper oral health care and a combination of all aspects of your life will need to be assessed to determine your best course of action.

Optimal health care includes being aware of potential risk factors in your life that could damage your teeth and gums. You’ll need to make sure that you’re doing everything you can to keep your mouth safe from any oral health risks that can arise, specifically with your eating habits, or products you are using to keep your smile safe. Also, avoid products such as tobacco, drugs, and mouth jewelry, as they can all lead to several health risks.

When assessing which products to use to improve your smile, you may want to visit your dentist for routine examinations and product recommendations and suggestions. Make sure to wear mouth guards and facemasks if you’re involved in high-risk activities, as well as safe and effective teeth whitening products if you’re looking to whiten your teeth. For additional help with keeping your smile clean, visit your dentist for routine restorations and treatments as needed.

Your smile and your oral health care can receive a boost with dental fitness treatments. If you wish to visit the dental office of Lifetime Dental Care in Hays, Kansas, you can book an exam by calling us at 785-261-0221. Dr. Jeffrey Lowe and our entire team look forward to providing you with the dental fitness care you need.