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In order to ensure your smile can thrive for the rest of your life, it is always a good idea to have a tooth hazard prevention plan in place. This can make sure that dental damage does not occur to your teeth and if it does, that you will have the proper care to ensure recovery occurs as soon as possible. The more you do to help protect your smile, the better chance that oral health care success will be able to succeed for the rest of your life.

In order to keep your smile safe, it’s always a good idea to avoid mouth jewelry in the form of tongue piercings. If they’re placed incorrectly, nerve damage can occur. In addition, they can break off and lead to choking hazards. Furthermore, numerous oral ailments are associated with tongue piercings including infectious diseases, oral inflammation, chipped and cracked teeth, and numerous other forms of dental damage.

If you are afraid of tooth hazards that can arise, it’s always a good idea to speak with your dentist about having a customizable mouth guard placed into your mouth. These oral appliances apply an additional level protection for your teeth and gums and act as safety equipment to keep your smile safe. Not only can they help lessen the damage of oral accidents and injuries, but that can help prevent blunt trauma from destroying your smile.

To keep your smile safe, it is always a good idea to avoid products that can easily chip and crack your teeth. This includes extremely hard products that should never be bitten into. Although many individuals all bitten into ice, it can cause severe dental trauma. Thus, avoid chewing on ice or any other hard products. Furthermore, exercise caution with hard candies such as sweets and treats as they can easily chip and crack your teeth as well.

Skyrocket to the top of the oral health care ladder with tooth hazard treatments. Make sure to take diligent care of your tooth hazard treatments, so that your smile can last for ages. For more information about tooth hazard treatments, or to schedule a comprehensive oral examination with Dr. Barry Sorenson and our team at Salina Creek Dental, give us a call at 435-529-1000. Our dentist office is located in Salina, Utah.