Washington, DC dentists Dr. Jeremi Arroyo and Dr. John Arroyo are dedicated to helping you with your cosmetic and restorative dentistry needs. As highly trained cosmetic and restorative dentists, Drs. Arroyo encourages patients to visit District Dental Solutions for a biannual routine preventive care visit. Preventive care visits help your dentist check for any signs of complex dental issues like tooth decay, gum disease, or teeth grinding. At Distric Dental Solutions, we value each of our patients and work with them to treat their dental concerns and restore their smile. If you are looking for an experienced dentist in the Washington, D.C area, visit general dentists Dr. Jeremi Arroyo and John Arroyo at District Dental Solutions for your dental needs. Please feel free to schedule an appointment online or call (202) 955-5787 today.
Tips to Help Improve Your Nighttime Oral Hygiene Routine
Routine Preventive Care: Preventive dental care is an important aspect of your overall oral health. Visiting District Dental Solutions at least twice a year allows Drs. Arroyo to thoroughly examine the mouth, teeth, and gums for any complex or advanced dental issues catching complex dental issues early allows for your dentist to quickly determine the best treatment plan for your oral health.
Learn How To Correctly Brush and Floss: Yes, brushing and flossing are an important part of maintaining optimal oral health. However, if you are brushing and flossing incorrectly, you’re actually doing more harm than good to your smile. If you have any questions about your brushing and flossing technique, feel free to ask one of our highly trained dental hygienist, Dr. Jeremi Arroyo, or Dr. John Arroyo.
Try Using An Electronic Toothbrush: Electronic toothbrushes are a popular oral hygiene tool among patients. The powerful movements of an electronic toothbrush help remove plaque and debris effectively.
Brush and Floss After Dinner or Before Bed: Brushing and flossing your teeth before bed removes debris and bacteria from your teeth and gums. Forgetting to brush or floss before bed can cause plaque buildup which can lead to more complex dental problems.