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You should visit a good dentist regularly as you grow older. This is because changes in your mouth make it harder for you to notice problems yourself. The nerves inside your teeth grow less sensitive as the years pass, so you may not feel the early signs of cavities.

People of all ages can prevent dental problems by following some simple habits. You can make your teeth healthier by doing the following things:

  • Routinely see your dentist for a full check-up.
  • Drink water from the tap. Most sources of tap water contain fluoride, which prevents tooth decay.
  • Brush your teeth every morning and every evening. You can use an electric or a regular toothbrush, but make sure it has soft bristles.
  • Floss your teeth daily to get the areas that your toothbrush can’t reach.

You don’t have to lose your teeth when you get older. You can keep all of your teeth for the rest of your life if you take good care of them.