Do You Want to Review Dentist Visits?

Written by News Channel 2 on September 10, 2013. Posted in Dentist office reviews, Dentist review, Review dentist

Your mouth is sore. Your tongue is dry. You have a hard time chewing.

These painful remnants can only mean that you have just returned home from the dentist. You take to your computer to type up a nasty dentist office review to settle the score. But before you go too far with your revenge, consider these five quick facts to help you when you review dentist visits.

1. What sounds more appealing to you, going grocery shopping or flossing? If you answered like 73 percent of Americans, you would rather head to the supermarket than clean between your teeth with dental floss. More dental work at home means less during a dentist trip, making it easier to review dentist visits without being upset.

2. Imagine finding a fresh twig with frayed fibers at one end and using it to clean your teeth. For the Hindus of India in 4000 BC, that was their toothbrush, and they were some of the first groups of people in history to use one. You have one right in your bathroom, waiting to be used. So before you review dentist visits by writing angry dentist reviews, remember that it could be much worse!

3. Speaking of toothbrushes, the ones we use today typically have over 25,000 bristles attached to them. These are usually grouped in 40 different clusters of tufts, organized and spaced to make it easier to clean those hard-to-reach places in the back of your mouth. Review dentists by the way they help you clean and reinforce the strength of your teeth and you will start to review dentist visits with much more clarity and open-mindedness.

4. Modern nylon floss can be credited to Dr. Charles Bass, who came up with the idea after World War II. He chose nylon for its strength, resistance and ability to be mass-produced. Grab yours and begin to see that when you review dentist visits, it is valuable to recap everything your tooth doctor has instructed you to do.

5. After any illness like a cold, flu or viral infection, replace your toothbrush immediately. This can help prevent any re-infection that may occur from lingering illness microbes on your bristles. Any dentist office reviews you pen should reflect your commitment to your own dental health, including this safe toothbrush practice. Make sure when you review dentist visits, you also review the quality of your new toothbrush.

Dental visits can be harrowing experiences, but they also are designed to help you maximize your own oral health. Do not blame your dentist for your toothache. Instead, review dentist visits like they are seminars. Take notes, and take note of how a commitment to oral hygiene can help you.

Comments (2)

  • June 18, 2014 at 12:42 pm |

    The first toothbrush as we use it was actually invented using bristles from swine. Imagine that, having pig bristles in your mouth.

  • Chalres King
    July 18, 2014 at 12:44 pm |

    The first toothbrush as we use it was actually invented using bristles from swine. Imagine that, having pig bristles in your mouth.

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