Test your knowledge - take the Drayton Dental quiz!
Teeth are precious and the best teeth you will ever have are your own, which is why our Drayton dental practice in School Road promotes a preventive approach through regular examinations and hygiene treatments.
How much do you know about caring for your mouth, teeth and gums? Are you teaching your children the most effective way to care for their own teeth and gums? Most of us learnt our dental care routines from our parents who may not have provided the best example – who taught them?
Our Norwich dentists Debbie Paramani and Vasiliki Stamatoukou have put together a short quiz that we hope achieves several goals: it helps to improve your oral care routine at home, and it assists you to teach your children the best dental care techniques so they grow up to enjoy healthy teeth for life.
The Drayton Dental Quick Quiz
1. How frequently should you change your toothbrush?
2. How frequently should you brush your teeth?
3. If you find flossing challenging, what is the alternative?
4. What angle should your toothbrush be tilted against your gum line for effective brushing?
5. Should you brush your tongue?
6. How much toothpaste should you use?
7. Do denture wearers need an oral health regime?
8. Is it the amount of sugar in the diet or the frequency of its intake that causes tooth decay?
How did you get on? Scroll down to check your answers.
Free dental health checks for kids at Drayton Dental near Norwich
At Drayton Dental Care it is our belief that dental disease can be prevented - and we feel so passionately about this that we provide FREE dental health examinations for children right up until their 18th birthday when a parent joins our practice membership plan.
Looking for a family dental practice? Our door is always open to new patients and emergency patients from across Drayton, Taverham, Hellesdon, Horsford, Thorpe Marriott and the surrounding Norwich villages. Contact us now to find out more.
1. Every 3 months
2. At least twice a day for two minutes each time
3. Interdental cleaning
4. 45 degrees
5. Yes you should because it is the main contributor to bad breath
6. A pea-sized amount
7. Yes, gum disease still presents a problem
8. Frequency – the more often you have sugar, the more likely they are to have tooth decay