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Your smile could be a risk of several forms of damage and decay if you are implementing incorrect forms of dental fitness. Make sure that you keep your smile safe through the use of oral appliances and minimizing risks associated with peer pressure influences. Know your history and set forth an active plan to limit the damage that may arise as well as for treating damage that may occur.

With effective oral hygiene routines, you can make sure that your smile can continue to thrive for as long as you do. Not only do you need to make sure that you’re taking care of your teeth and gums on a daily basis through cleaning techniques, but you can also provide an additional layer of protection with any high-risk activities you may be involved in, such as contact sports. Sometimes, you can help prevent any dental damage that can often arise. However, you will need to make sure that you’re consistently cleaning your mouth guard, so it doesn’t end up contaminated and cause further oral health risks.

To keep your smile safe from any oral health risks that can often arise, limit the use of unhealthy products such as smoking or chewing tobacco, recreational drugs, or any products in your diet that can lead to further oral health risks. Furthermore, visit your dentist for checkups and examinations to make sure your smile is functioning effectively. Also, make sure that you’re cleared of any eating disorders, and be aware of your dental history to determine if you’re predisposed or vulnerable to any oral health risks that could potentially arise in the future.

Are you attracted to the idea of dental fitness in South Jordan, Utah? If so, you are welcome to schedule an appointment with one of our skilled dentists at our dental office by calling 801-874-1000. Club Dental looks forward to enhancing your smile with dental fitness treatments. Drs. Kip Jones, Chad Wagstaff and Doug White look forward to helping your smile thrive!