If you brush and floss only when it is convenient, you are undermining your oral health. A better approach is to make a schedule for your dental routine. One example is to brush and floss immediately after breakfast and before bedtime each night.
2. Keep your dental supplies handy.
You will be more inclined to use your dental care products when you do not have to search for them every day. Keep all of your supplies together, whether they are in your medicine cabinet or on your bathroom sink.
3. Never run out of oral care products.
Do not wait until you are at the end of the toothpaste tube or package of dental floss. Make sure you have an adequate supply of dental products in your home.
4. Consider extra dental care products for your family members.
Not everyone in your household is at home all day, every day. Extra supplies are useful when you are at work or school, and when your kids spend the night with their friends. Dental routines should not stop when you are away from home. You can make a special kit with travel-sized supplies for everyone in your household.
5. Try new products.
You can become bored with the same products every day. Buy a new toothbrush in your favorite color, and a toothpaste with a different taste. You can choose a flavored dental floss, and a fresh new mouthwash. While your children will especially like the change, so will you.
You can have better oral health when you start with these tips to improve your dental routine. You will never have an excuse to avoid flossing and brushing your teeth.