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Direct from Expert's Desk - Dental Care Tips by Monarch Smiles.

Vienna, VA, August 10, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Are you frustrated and dishearten due to oral problems that you face today? Are you afraid to laugh with friends and family? Or do you find it hard to search information on oral problems? If yes, then you are on the right nook on the web. Monarch Smiles - a leading dental care clinic based in Vienna will help you deal with any oral problems that you may be bearing.

Being a leading provider of dental care services, Monarch Dentistry and Flenniken Family Dentistry are committed to offer each of its patients with an exceptional level of care and attention. Their offices and treatments are specially designed to offer high-quality and comprehensive care at competitive rates. Follow these simple oral care tips by Monarch smiles and have a glittering smile forever.

Brush Your Teeth - Do not forget to brush your teeth twice a day. First, when you wake-up in the morning and second, when you go for your night's sleep. Make sure that the teeth are properly brushed, as this is the least you can do in your dental care routine. Remember, don't rush while you brush.

Use Toothpaste with Fluoride - As brushing is an integral part of oral care routine but, what toothpaste do you use for that also matters a lot. You must use toothpaste that contains fluoride because it fights bacteria and aids in preventing tooth decay.

Use Soft Bristle Toothbrush - A soft bristled toothbrush must be used to clean your teeth. Most people assume that the harder they brush, the better cleanliness they get. But this is not the case. In fact brushing harder may damage the protective tooth enamel. An electric toothbrush can reduce more plaque and gingivitis than manual brushing. Do not forget to replace your toothbrush after every three or four months or as soon as its bristles become frayed.

Flossing and Mouthwash - If possible include flossing and mouthwash in your daily oral care routine. Floss is a process of removing accumulated plaque in the space between two teeth. Plaque on is the main cause for tooth decay.

Avoid eating Ice - Chewing ice may cause cracking in teeth, which may be further invaded by bacteria giving rise to cavities. Hence, one must avoid chewing ice and other harder eatable material such as popcorn and nuts. If you already have a cracked tooth, visit your dentist as soon as possible.

Dental advisers at Monarch Smiles suggested that it is very important that people follow tips about teeth cleaning to shrink-down the risk of oral disease and tooth decay.

For further information on dental care, you can visit the website or contact us at http://www.monarchsmiles.com/

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Contact Information:

Monarch Dentistry

Suzan Flenniken

703.714.7374

Contact via Email

http://www.monarchsmiles.com/

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