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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected millions of people all around the world—establishments have ceased operations, events have been cancelled, and routines have been disrupted. All of these have been done to reduce the risk of infection, which is necessary because countless lives have already been claimed by the virus.

Despite the uncertainty surrounding all of us, you must remember to take good care of yourself—this begins with proper hygiene habits. Although your regular dental treatments and hygienist visits may not be possible at the moment, it is imperative to continue observing proper dental care.

Your health remains your number one defence against the virus, and keeping yourself healthy also means caring for your gums and teeth. Here are four simple ways you can keep yourself healthy during the pandemic:

1 – Brush your teeth properly and regularly

Global pandemic or not, brushing your teeth is a must. You need to make sure to clean every single tooth, so brush every surface. Make sure to brush the inner and outer tooth surfaces, most especially the chewing sides of your teeth.

While being thorough is important, remember not to brush your teeth forcefully. Your teeth and gums may end up being damaged, which will leave you susceptible to infections. Brush your teeth for at least two minutes, twice a day.

2 – Never skip flossing your teeth

Daily flossing is also a vital habit you need to build. There are only so many crevices your toothbrush can reach, and stuck in between your teeth are particles and plaque that can cause decay. To get rid of them, use dental floss. As with brushing your teeth, however, remember to be gentle—flossing too hard will damage your gums and teeth.

3 – Use a mouth rinse

A mouth rinse or mouthwash can help remove bacteria, as well as help prevent bad breath. Dentists recommend to gargle and swish the solution in your mouth properly, which should last for 30 seconds before spitting out. Keep in mind, however, that this is merely additional protection for your mouth—it shouldn’t replace brushing and flossing!

4 – Eat a healthy and balanced diet

One of the best ways to practice good dental hygiene is by eating better food. Although difficult, avoiding sugary foods and carbohydrates can help you maintain a healthy mouth. Eating food that contains too much sugar feeds the bacteria already living in your mouth. This enables them to form plaques that eventually decay your teeth. To prevent this from happening, switch to a diet that consists of healthy fats, protein, and vegetables.

Conclusion

Prevention is better than cure, they say, and that holds for your dental health. By practising good dental hygiene, you stay healthy both in the present and the future. Your oral health affects your overall health, after all. In a time where a good immune system is necessary to fight off a pandemic, neglecting your dental health will leave you compromised—it’s best to keep it healthy!

 


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