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Plunkett Dental has Relocated
Our New Location is:
2137 E County Rd 540A
Lakeland, FL 33813
We are in the Publix shopping center on the corner of 540A and Lakeland Highlands Rd.



Tips To Keep Cavities Away.


Posted on 3/7/2022 by Thomas Plunkett DMD
Tips To Keep Cavities Away.If you're like most people, you hate the dentist. It's not fun to have your teeth drilled and fillings replaced, especially when you know there are natural ways to prevent tooth decay. Cavities don't need to be inevitable; take steps to avoid them today! Here are six of the best ways to prevent cavities from occurring in your mouth.

Floss your teeth.


No matter how well you brush, there's always a little extra gunk between your teeth that simply won't come out with regular brushing. That's where flossing comes in—it removes particles of food and bacteria from between your teeth. Flossing also keeps your gums healthy by stimulating blood flow to them and removing plaque. Research has shown that daily flossing can help prevent cavities, gum disease, and bad breath!

Avoid sugar.


It should go without saying, but it's a good idea to minimize sugar intake. Consuming too much sugar has been linked with all sorts of oral health problems, from cavities and gingivitis to tooth erosion and periodontal disease. The easiest way to limit your intake is by cutting out drinks with added sugars—juices, soda and even healthy beverages like vitamin water.

Brush your teeth regularly.


Regular brushing and flossing is a must if you want to keep your teeth cavity-free. Flossing helps get rid of trapped food particles in between your teeth, while brushing massages your gums and removes plaque—the bacteria that causes cavities. Getting into a regular brushing routine will go a long way toward preventing cavities. Brush at least twice per day for two minutes each time.

Go to the dentist regularly.


Going to the dentist regularly will allow you and our dentist to monitor any changes in your teeth and gums that could lead to cavities or other health issues. Keeping up with dental appointments is just as important as eating a balanced diet and flossing daily, if not more so. By investing in your teeth, you're also investing in your general health!

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Thomas Plunkett, DMD
2137 E County Rd 540A
Lakeland, FL 33813-3794


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863-372-1010

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