Water: Helping You Avoid Tooth Pain!

When you have experienced tooth pain, the last thing you want to do is ever experience it again! As a result, you may find yourself becoming a bit of a master of dental care as it applies to keeping your teeth healthy, so they remain safe and comfortable! Today, to add one very important factor to your list, we’d like to offer some additional information about water that you may not already know. Remember, every single detail helps!

Giving Kids Fluoridated Water

One of the ways you can help your child avoid tooth pain? Make sure that you are giving kids water that contains fluoride. Teeth that are still in the process of growing and developing need this naturally occurring mineral in order to develop strong smiles. Without it, teeth are much more prone to cavities. (Hint: This often means keeping bottled water for adults and ensuring kids are getting the treated stuff from the tap!).

Drinking Water As Your Primary Beverage

You can help yourself avoid the problems that lead to tooth pain (such as cavities and more) by drinking water as your main beverage. When you choose it over sugary drinks or acidic drinks, you’re washing your smile during meals. You’re rinsing it clean during the day. You’re helping your oral environment remain neutral. It’s a smart decision all around!

Sipping Water Throughout The Day

Even if you’re not making water your first choice, you can still reduce your chance of problems like cavities when you sip water after a snack or meal, after you drink something that is sugary or acidic, etc. The simple act of rinsing teeth clean is extremely beneficial in preventing problems.

Drink More Water To Keep Teeth Safe

Don’t overlook the significance of water in your daily life, as it helps you maintain optimal oral health, so you can avoid problems like dental pain. Learn more by scheduling a visit in Prairie Village, KS by calling Robert M Browne, DDS at (913) 901-8585.