Fastbraces Cleaning Tips | Premier Dental Care, Idaho Falls, ID

Oral health is of paramount importance, and keeping oral appliances like Fastbraces clean is vital. At Premier Dental Care, serving Idaho Falls, Rigby, ID and the surrounding area, Dr. Tom Anderson and his team strive to help patients have healthy, functional, and beautiful smiles. Many of our Fastbraces patients are teens and it’s not uncommon for them to be less than fastidious in their oral care. In the case of Fastbraces and other orthodontic devices, cleanliness is more important than ever. The presence of oral appliances can exacerbate the regular effects of poor oral hygiene.

The side-effects of poor oral care with Fastbraces is strong mouth odor, gun inflammation, and tooth discoloration. Some even see significant discoloration around their braces, that’s evident when their Fastbraces are removed. By being proactive about oral hygiene and dental care, you can lower the chances of problems.

Tips for Oral Hygiene with Fastbraces:

Brushing and flossing twice a day is crucial. Special braces floss picks are very helpful in removing stubborn debris, as well. Most of our patients carry them in their purse or backpack to school for quick clean-up help after lunch or when they will be eating out away from their usual oral care products. Carrying a travel-sized mouth wash can also help with quick rinsing on the go until you get home and have time to be thorough with your oral hygiene routine.

Learn More About Oral Health and Fastbraces in Rigby and Idaho Falls, ID

Dr. Anderson and his Premier Dental Care team care deeply about your oral health. If you have questions about oral appliances, preventative dentistry, or any other dentistry area, please don’t hesitate to contact us. If you want to learn more about Fastbraces and review whether or not they might be a good option to straighten your smile, please feel free to book a consultation.

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Tips for Keeping Your Teen’s Fastbraces® Clean was last modified: August 29th, 2018 by Lisa Carr