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When you get Invisalign aligners from an orthodontist, make sure to follow their advice concerning brushing and flossing your teeth. There are several important rules to follow during daily oral care, and one of those rules is to rinse out your mouth after brushing your teeth. It is easy to get into a hurry when caring for your teeth, leading to brushing without rinsing. However, the debris that is loosened from around your teeth will remain inside your mouth when you fail to rinse thoroughly. A simple water rinsing is enough to remove food debris after brushing and flossing, but you can also use flavored mouthwash that helps to prevent halitosis.
Straight Teeth are Easier to Brush
Having straight teeth with the proper spacing makes it simpler to provide daily oral hygiene because a toothbrush and floss can remove sticky food debris easily. If your teeth are difficult to brush due to poor alignment, then visit an orthodontist to learn about Invisalign aligners to straighten teeth.
Children should begin to visit an orthodontic facility at a young age to have their teeth straightened to make it easier to eat a healthy diet and make sounds correctly while talking. Adults who missed out on orthodontic care when they were younger can also benefit from wearing braces.
Call Today for an Appointment
The residents of Nashville, Tenn., can visit Gluck Orthodontics that has two board-certified experts, including:
• Dr. Joel Gluck
• Dr. Jonathan Gluck
With top-of-the-line diagnostic equipment, an orthodontist can help you to have a stronger bite and gorgeous smile at any age. Teenagers and adults with mild to moderate malocclusions can enjoy wearing comfortable Invisalign devices. If you have more severe misalignments of your teeth, then learn more about the newest types of metal and ceramic braces schedule an appointment today!
Dr. Joel Gluck has practiced orthodontics since 1983 when he opened his own office in Nashville. He earned his undergraduate degree at Washington University in St. Louis, and his dental degree at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Gluck then completed an orthodontic specialty residency at the University of Michigan, one of the top five orthodontic training residencies in the country. He also wrote an original thesis and received a Master of Science degree.