These days, we’re all hidden behind masks and spending less time with other people. So, are smiles still important? How about oral hygiene and fresh breath? If you’ve ever had a close encounter with your own bad breath behind your mask, you will probably respond with a resounding YES! Prevention is key, and it only takes a little bit of effort to remain kissable or smell-your-own-breath-able! Get the point?
Even though we are all masked up, our mouths are on display more than ever with Zoom conferences, video dating and social media. The good news is, in the foreseeable future, we will be able to move away from the screen and meet unmasked and face to face! Now’s the perfect time to prepare your smile and oral hygiene for the “big reveal”!
But We’re In a Pandemic and Things Cost Money!
Before we even take a look at cosmetic dentistry, how about the basics? Have you put off your biannual cleaning and check up because of COVID concerns? Schedule your regular check up and cleaning today! Don’t forget that daily brushing and flossing at home is a must. Your health should be a priority. Tooth decay and bacteria can lead to serious health conditions if left unchecked. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!
Braces Who?? Clear Aligners Are Where
It’s At These Days
Soon, we’ll all be unmasked, dating and dancing and job interviews and get togethers, all in person. It will feel really good to smile, and kiss and just breathe unmasked and with confidence!
Dr. Victoria Rubinoff is a cosmetic and general dentist on the Upper East Side in NYC. Not only does she offer quality care, she cares about the community around her practice.