When thinking about spring cleaning, there’s a good chance you think about getting your home in great shape after being stuck indoors during the winter, but it’s really a great time to refresh and clean every area of your life including your teeth.
– Your Toothbrush
How long has it been since you invested in a new toothbrush. It’s so easy to forget to swap out your toothbrush regularly. It’s important to change out your toothbrush every three months for the best results and will also help you improve your overall health as well, since you’ll avoid spreading the germs that are so prevalent during cold and flu season.
Stock Your Bathroom with Supplies
Are you low on toothpaste, mouthwash, floss, or other dental hygiene supplies you regularly use? This is the perfect time to head on a shopping trip to stock up. You’ll be cleaning out items you don’t need, so there will be plenty of room for those essential supplies. Stock up now and you won’t be left without the supplies you need when you run out.
Head in for a Checkup and Cleaning
Going to the dentist for a checkup and cleaning should be part of your spring cleaning routine for your teeth as well. If you don’t have a lot of oral problems, it can be easy to forget about your regular checkups and cleanings. However, that checkup is essential for preventing and catching any oral problems. As you work on spring cleaning your home, remembering to schedule your exam can be a great way to make sure your oral health has a fresh start this spring.
Brighten Up This Spring with a Whitening Treatment
There’s an easy way to brighten up this spring – a whitening treatment. When you come in for that spring checkup and cleaning, talk to us about the whitening options that are best for you. Whether it be which store bought whitening toothpastes and mouthwashes we recommend, or which professional in-office whitening treatments we offer , we can help you make a decision that best for you personally.