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Dental Hygiene

Dental or oral hygiene is the activity of keeping your mouth clean in order to prevent dental disorders such as cavities, halitosis, periodontics, and gingivitis. Oral hygiene is something that can and should be taken care of by both you and your dental professional.

Your personal care should involve two daily tasks of brushing and flossing your teeth. You can also add mouthwash to your daily routine to help reduce bacterial count and activity in your mouth. Not only is it important for you to take care of your teeth for health reasons, but your pocket book could use the relief as well. Cavities and fillings are not your ideal monetary situation. Did I mention the pain bad dental hygiene can cause?

 

Dr. Debra Bachus or a dental hygienist can help you with professional care of your teeth. It is often difficult, even with regular brushing and flossing, to clean all the plaque build up on your teeth. That is why it is important to have a regular tooth cleaning at least once per year and ideally twice per year. They will use tooth scaling, polishing, and debridement to loosen and remove deposits from your teeth.

 

Dr. Debra Bachus – Checkups

 

If you don’t see Dr. Debra Bachus regularly or have not ever been, you need to set up an appointment as soon as possible to discuss what type of treatment you need. Even if you don’t have dental care insurance, it is worth getting a check up. Browse our site for more detailed information about oral hygiene.

Conventional medicine still does not know what causes migraine headaches, but there may be a dental link. Cranial distortions can cause migraines and also straightened teeth to relapse. Once skull bone alignment is completed and conventional braces are used to correctly align teeth to hold the correction, migraines are usually cured. The advantage of this correction is a non-invasive procedure that fixes the underlying cause of the problem.

 

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