Oral care should be supereasy, right? Brush your teeth, floss, go to the dentist twice a year — done (right?). Wrong. There are so many other elements to consider, like using a fluoride toothpaste for long-term health, being aware of the common foods and drinks contributing to the deterioration of your tooth enamel, and the right brushing techniques to help keep your smile intact for years to come.To get some definitive answers to your most burning oral health questions, we turned to Beverly Hills-based celebrity dentist and Pronamel paid spokesperson Dr. Daniel Naysan, DDS, to enlighten us on why tooth enamel matters and what we can do to protect it.
- Brush gently
- Stay away from liquids and food that have a high content of phosphoric and citric acids
- Schedule routine visits to your dentist and hygienist
- Use Pronamel® Intensive Enamel Repair, which works to help repair acid-weakened enamel and protect it from future acid erosion