What are the five things I should do in between visits?

When it comes to keeping your smile looking its best, good oral hygiene is a must! Good oral health habits should start early and continue throughout your lifetime. Here, Drs. Marks, Leder, Ghusson, Kudryk, Safin, and Mazlin and our team at OK Tooth suggest five habits worth adopting that will help keep your teeth healthy:

To learn more about the habits you should practice in between your visits to OK Tooth, or to schedule an appointment, please give us a call today!

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