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How To Keep a Healthy and Beautiful Smile, the Natural Way

Let’s make sure those pearly whites are healthy as well.

Researched, written by Amber & The Team
Updated on July 9, 2023

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Pretty Woman With A Beautiful And Healthy Smile

Is it possible to get a healthy and beautiful smile naturally?

The answer is yes.

We’re going to show you exactly how to get there in a bit.

Of course, it’s always a good idea to look your best.

Whether you are out and about or going to work, having a healthy and beautiful smile that even your dentist will be impressed by will definitely give you a confidence boost.

You will not only look good, but you’ll also feel better – and others will notice it.

So, let’s get right to it, so you too can improve your smile.


How To Get Beautiful Smile And White Teeth Naturally


1. Brush your Teeth


This is probably the truism you saw coming when you read the title of this article, but it really is a good idea to brush your teeth – not just for the health of your teeth but also for the looks of them. Don’t use a regular toothbrush, though, because electric toothbrushes are better and more efficient in most situations.

A simple schedule to know when to brush your teeth is after meals.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner (or even before bedtime) might be a simple enough schedule to follow.

If you brush your teeth as much as three times per day, you’ll be making sure that all the plaque and the like will be cleaned out so you don’t risk your teeth getting cavities and other kinds of dental issues (which ultimately become visible).

This way, brushing your teeth will guarantee a beautiful and healthy smile.

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Oh, and don’t forget to floss as well!


2.  Flossing Is a Must


Flossing is something that you should be doing after brushing your teeth.

Preferably every time you brush, but at least twice per day.

Dental floss comes in different types: thread, waxed, unwaxed, flavored, and unflavored.

The cheapest ones are thread floss.

Unwaxed flosses absorb food particles better than waxed variants
and fit easily into tight dental spaces.

Furthermore, some prefer flavored flosses, like mint, for a refreshing feel.

Dental floss can be made of polytetrafluorethylene, a yarn-like material, or silk.

For better outcomes, you can use flossing tools, such as a flossing stick or a vibrating dental flosser.

There’s an alternative to just regular manual flossing.

If your gums tend to bleed because of sensitivity to floss, you can consider the idea of using a Waterpik device.

It is powerful and provides a jet stream of water that will provide you with a clean gum line and will pick up where your toothbrush left off.


3.  See Your Dentist Regularly


Your dentist can help you keep a healthy and beautiful smile.

A good dentist uses the latest techniques of modern dentistry and state-of-the-art technology.

Embracing dental technological
innovations ensures patients receive excellent dental services like dental implants.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shared a report summary on adult dental care utilization for 18–64-year-olds.

The findings show that dental clinic visits declined between 2019 and 2020 among adults in the United States.

This data must pose a concern, especially among
busy, working adults.

Missed dental appointments can lead to long-term dental health consequences, including periodontal disease.

Nothing can replace professional assessment and dental clinic treatments.

At-home treatments and dental hygiene practices can’t tackle stubborn plaque in hard-to-reach areas of the oral cavity.

So, it’s best to consult your dentist regularly to ensure you receive the best oral care.

Brushing and flossing your teeth isn’t enough.

It’s important to make regular appointments with your dentist for six-month checkups.

Your dentist will see if everything is OK and spot any issues before they occur and become visible.

Plus, you can get your teeth cleaned as part of the checkup process.

Your smile will be as clean and healthy as the celebrities but without the whitening.

Isn’t that what you’ve been wanting the whole time?

Don’t slack and don’t forget to schedule these appointments every year.

Your smile will thank you sooner or later.

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4.  Lipstick Can Help Too!


Think your smile is just your teeth?

Well, think again.

Your lips also play a major contributing factor in that attractive smile you’re after.

Since there are plenty of shades to choose from, and because the shades and colors of lipstick will depend on your mood and personal preferences, it’s hard to know where to start.

You’ll want to find a lipstick that’s hard to smudge (as you’ll be eating and drinking), so you’ll need something that won’t leave any marks behind.

Luckily, there are plenty of lipsticks out there that are waterproof, smudge-free, and stay on your lips for hours.

The question, however, is: which one will match you best AND will give you that stunning smile? This article will help you answer that question.

Woman With Very White Teeth And Red Lipstick


Final Thoughts


A healthy and beautiful smile is what we all strive for these days.

These tips above are something you should really take to heart.

While it is important to brush your teeth and keep them clean, it’s also important to wear the right kind of makeup and make sure that you look great from the inside and out.

Some of these things do take time.

But as long as you are consistent with it, the reward of looking good and feeling confident will come sooner rather than later.

Now is the time to get started so you can have a smile that is healthy and lasts a long time.

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