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How a Crooked Tooth Could Make Keeping Your Mouth Healthy a Lot More Difficult


Posted on 10/10/2019 by Sundberg Office
How a Crooked Tooth Could Make Keeping Your Mouth Healthy a Lot More DifficultVery few people are aware of the impact that crooked teeth might have on their dental health. While trays and braces may strengthen your teeth, they are all not for esthetics. These devices are there to help straighten any crooked teeth so that your mouth will always be healthy and clean.

Importance of Having Straightened Teeth


One of the significant benefits of straight teeth is that cleaning them is super easy. Apart from allowing you to access the gaps, they also make brushing the surface of your teeth quite easy. If you have crooked teeth, then chances are your teeth have overlaps. These overlaps make it quite challenging to clean and even access them. This, in turn, will expose your teeth to decay.

On top of that, it can also lead to the spread of cavities and the spread of gum diseases mainly because you are having a difficult time getting to the gums located in between those overlaps. Keeping our oral health in shape partly involves cleaning each part of our mouths.

This, in turn, means brushing the entire tooth surface and flossing regions where our toothbrushes may not reach, such as the gaps in between our teeth. Apart from flossing, we also need to brush the roof of our mouths and our tongues regularly. We also should not forget to clean the inside parts of our cheeks as well.

Once we are through with our dental routine, we should rinse our mouths thoroughly with water. By having straight teeth, we will be able to have excellent oral health.

However, without straight teeth, all this will not be possible. If you have crooked teeth, then you should give us a call. We will not only advise you on proper oral routines, but we will also propose to you ways in which you will be able to correct the problem.

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