Posted by NORTHTOWNE DENTAL on Nov 17 2022, 06:30 PM
Thanksgiving is a time to gather with friends and family and enjoy some good food. However, the holiday is also notorious for tempting people into overindulging. While the occasional indulgence won’t cause any problems, eating too much can cause tooth sensitivity, gum disease, and tooth decay.
Thanksgiving is a busy holiday, with things to do in the kitchen, dining room, or living room. However, food particles can easily get stuck in between the teeth and cause decay if not removed. After you eat, take a moment to brush and floss your teeth so you can enjoy the day without the distraction of tooth pain.
If you are hosting Thanksgiving dinner, be careful not to snack on mince pies or other sweets as you cook. These treats can stick to your teeth and cause tooth decay if you are not careful. Try to avoid snacking on them throughout the day as well.
Thanksgiving meals are a great opportunity to spend time with family and friends and indulge in the great big meal you’ve been waiting for all year. Unfortunately, all of that delicious food can do a number on your oral health if you aren’t careful. By simply drinking water instead of indulging in sodas or juices, you can protect your smile from tooth decay. Water will help rinse away harmful bacteria and food particles left behind from your Thanksgiving feast.
In addition to drinking water throughout the day, be sure to brush your teeth thoroughly twice a day and floss once a day. Also, don’t forget to schedule your six-month checkup! Contact our office today to reserve your appointment with the dentist in Albuquerque. We’d love to hear from you!
Just because you’re eating a lot of food doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your health goals! Here are a few ideas for how you can make a delicious, healthy Thanksgiving dinner:
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