5 Tips for a Beautiful Smile Even after 50

 

A smile is a door to a man’s heart. Have you ever desired to be in the heart of your loving partner even after your turn 50? Do you have a longing to possess a flawless pearly white smile like Madonna, Michelle Pfifer or Sharon Stone who look like they just haven’t aged a bit even in their fifties? Then read on for 5 best tips to keep on smiling beautifully event after 50.

1. Brush Regularly

Brushing regularly ensures that your mouth is kept free from bits and pieces of leftover food that are a playing ground for harmful acid causing bacteria. You must brush at least twice a day especially after a major meal to cleanse the mouth and also prevent the formation of plaque and other kinds of tooth diseases. The toothbrush should be designed in such a way that it reaches even the hard-to-reach corners of the mouth for maximum protection and hygiene.

2. Use Dental Floss

Dental floss allows removal of small food items from places where normal brush can’t reach especially between the gaps of teeth. Gently slide the floss between the gaps of teeth and around the gum line. Use dental floss at least two times a day for maximum protection especially against plaque and gingivitis. Gingivitis is a swelling of the gums caused by plaques which are a film of bacteria causing yellow coloring of the teeth.

3. Rinse with Mouthwash

Mouth wash is also a very effective agent to prevent tooth decay that helps maintain its shine and luster of the teeth. It is an excellent agent to prevent bad breath which accompanies the buildup of bacteria inside of the mouth.

Avoid mouthwash that contains alcohol as research has shown that it causes harmful effect to the teeth in the form of dryness of the mouth and also in extreme cases cancerous ulcers.

4. Avoid Foods that Causes Harm

Sugary food adversely affects the teeth causing erosion of the enamel that protects the teeth from harm. You should minimize the intake of such sugary and carbonated items like soda, chocolate, sweets, and candy. Besides sugary foods soy sauce, berries and curries stain your enamel removing the whitish shine from it. Also tea and coffee contains tanning that causes brown spots to appear on the teeth.

5. Natural Ways to Whiten Teeth

Beneficial foods that actually help in preventing the stains include apple, celery, broccoli, carrots, spinach and lettuce that help in sustaining the whiteness of your teeth while you chew away on them.

 

A pair of pearly white teeth is a fashionable trend that will always remain in vogue capturing and endearing the hearts of men for decades to come. You can maintain the shine and luster of your teeth by strictly adhering to the above 5 tips for dental health and hygiene.

However, don’t be let down in case you were not fortunate enough to prevent the erosion of teeth. There are many surgical options like dental implants, dental whitening, dental face list that restores the luster of teeth to their former shinning glory. Visit your local dental clinic for these clinical options and more for a beautiful smile that shines and attracts.

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