You’ve heard of spring cleaning, of course, which typically means grabbing the vacuum, dust rag, broom, mop, an assortment of scouring pads, cleaning solvents, and more, to get your home in exceptionally clean condition (all while you do your best to declutter and put things in their proper place). However, the idea of spring cleaning for your oral health might be a new one! Fortunately, shifting the foundation of cleaning, organizing, and decluttering to all things centered around your smile care is actually just as simple to do as it is effective!
Clean Your Bathroom
Ready to make spring cleaning something that you do for your smile care every year? Well, then. If your bathroom is dirty, clean it up! Why is this important? Well, think about where you set your toothbrush, where you place your toothpaste, all of the surfaces that you touch, etc. to limit unwelcome bacteria and germs from making their way into your body, keeping your space clean is a good plan.
Organize And Update Your Smile Products
Do you have enough toothpaste? Are you stocked up on extra toothbrushes, just in case you happen to drop one into the trashcan or, worse yet: The toilet? Is your mouthwash that you suddenly decided to start using again expired? Check out these details and get your smile care product supply squared away!
Dust Off Your Day Planner
This one’s easy but something you may be behind on if you tend to procrastinate. Remember that smile care is only effective if you’re mindful at home and you visit us. Contact our team to create smile care visits if you need them!
Clean Your Home, Too!
Spring clean your home, too, so you’re not making problems like sleep apnea worse!
Spring Clean With Our Tips For A Healthy Smile
Need some seasonal tips, so you can keep your smile healthy this season? Just let us know and we will be happy to help! Schedule care with your Southlake, TX dentist today by calling Gregory Wright, DDS at (817) 481-7999. We gladly serve patients from Southlake, Grapevine, Keller, Trophy Club, Colleyville, and surrounding areas.