Bright Smile Starts with Great Oral Hygiene

Oral hygiene

Oral hygiene is the cornerstone in fostering a beautiful smile.

This might be due to a lack of proper oral hygiene. However, you are in the right hands. We have the right expertise to address your oral health issues and empower you with suitable oral hygiene measures. Dental (oral) hygiene refers to maintaining a clean and healthy mouth, teeth, and gums to avoid diseases. Dr. Adatrow has more than 17 years of expertise and has a high success rate of around 97% in treating oral health issues.

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We at Advanced Dental Implant and TMJ Center thrive for providing world-class care to our patients. We make sure that all our patients are comfortable and satisfied with their treatment. Dr. Adatrow is passionate about providing personalized care. He spends time with the patients, understands his patient’s condition, and recommends the best possible treatment to his patients. He has intensively trained in the University of Tennessee hospital in TMJ management.  He is qualified by the American Dental Association to understand and treat TMD patients. He is the only practicing board-certified periodontist and prosthodontist in the southern United States. He has experience of more than 17 years.

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Frequently Asked Questions on Oral Hygiene​

What does oral hygiene mean?

Oral hygiene is also known as dental hygiene. Dental hygiene refers to maintaining a clean and healthy mouth, teeth, and gums to avoid diseases.

Why is oral hygiene important?

Careful maintenance of your mouth, your teeth, and your gums is a worthwhile objective. Good oral and dental hygiene can help avoid bad breath, tooth decay, and gum disease and help you preserve your teeth as you grow older. Most of the medical problems might be avoided by having a healthy mouth. Many oral health diseases lead to systemic issues like endocarditis. Hence, it is imperative to maintain immaculate oral hygiene.

Why is brushing my teeth important?

You help to remove food and plaque when you brush your teeth. Plaque is an astonishing white film that forms on your teeth, and it contains bacteria. Following a meal or snack containing sugar, the plaque bacteria produce acids that attack tooth enamel. This can be prevented by proper cleaning of the teeth.

What are oral hygiene measures?

You need to adhere to regular oral hygiene ritual with the following: