New inspirational dental art has inspired us here at Curtis Couch and might inspire you to bring some artistic finesse to your smile
Recently there has been an influx of dental art circulating the internet. This may be because dental blogger Larry Emmott has taken to featuring a variety of dental art on his website. Here at Curtis Couch we’re passionate about teeth and we think that dentistry truly is an art form as it focuses on redesigning, resculpting and recontouring your pearly whites. These artists have taken it a step further and have literally transformed dental devices and teeth into pure, undeniable art.
The most mind-blowingly intricate and unique art piece was actually featured in an advertising campaign for Maxam toothpaste and it featured molars that had been carved into, exposing various civilizations’ architecture including Egyptian, Roman and Chinese. These images were met with tagline “don’t let germs settle down”. Here at Curtis Couch we love this campaign as it is a really intriguing way to make the importance of dental hygiene a strong and lasting message.
All about oral hygiene with Curtis Couch
Curtis Couch focuses on offering long term solutions which can prevent or successfully treat a variety of dental complications. Cavities are often considered by patients to be the cause of a majority of tooth loss, however, it may surprise you that more adults over 35 actually lose their teeth to periodontitis or gum disease.
The basics of dental hygiene
The basics of dental hygiene are easy to follow yet can result in massive improvements in dental health. Not only does brushing your teeth improve the cosmetic appearance of your teeth, it also improves your overall health. There are three main practices which can ensure the health of your teeth these are brushing, flossing and visiting the dentist
Brush your teeth twice a day
Brushing your teeth at least twice a day ensures that any surface plaque/bacteria is brushed away, which reduces your risk of periodontitis and other harmful diseases or complications which are caused by plaque such as tooth loss and cavities.
Floss before bed
Leaving food in your teeth for a number of hours or overnight can result in rotten teeth or deep cavities, as well as plaque buildup and periodontitis. It is especially important to floss thoroughly if you’ve been told by your dentist that you have deep crevices in your teeth.
Visit your dentist at least twice a year
This is extremely important as visiting your dentist at least twice a year ensures that you are staying on top of your dental health and any oral complications are identified early. A thorough clean during your check-up is also imperative as plaque can build up and harden becoming almost impossible to remove at home. Curtis Couch will utilize his dental instruments to remove this plaque and return your teeth back to a healthy set of pearly whites.
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