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Dr. Beata Pecko graduated with distinction from dental school at the University of Western Ontario in June 2000. She received several awards including ODA Proficiency Award. Dr. Pecko has been practicing dentistry in Windsor since graduating, and in September 2011 moved her practice to Devon Plaza Dental.
Dr. Pecko's emphasis is on patient comfort as well as keeping up with the latest advancements in dentistry today. This enables her to provide patients with the best quality of care in the field.
Meet our team of experienced and dedicated individuals whose goal is to advise and ensure you have the best dental care possible. Our friendly and competent staff is dedicated to patient comfort and quality care.
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The first step is to choose a good toothbrush. You always want to use a soft brush with a small head. A soft brush is hard enough to remove plaque and soft enough not to damage your teeth or gum. As far as frequency of brushing is concerned, ideally you want to brush your teeth after each meal. But if you can’t brush at least twice a day after breakfast and before going to bed.
The surfaces between teeth are not accessible with your toothbrush; Therefore, the best way to clean that area is flossing. The frequency of flossing is like brushing and ideally after each meal, though one time a day (before bed) is the minimum necessary.
In general electric brushes are more effective in controlling the plaque than manual brushes. Movements of an electric brush make the task easier and more efficient.
There are a few different causes for bad breath. It can range from stomach problems to diets and teeth problems. Most of the causes can be found in the mouth, they are:
Non dental reasons that cause bad breath:
Sugar is the main cause of dental decay when there is bacteria present. More important than the amount of sugar you take is the frequency of it.
The best way to prevent cavities is to prevent the sugar from staying next to your teeth. Brushing after eating sugar, rinsing your mouth with Fluoride mouth wash or chewing sugarless gum can help. But nothing has the effect of avoiding sugar!
Another group of food that causes significant damage to teeth structure is acidic foods. Things like lemon, lime and grapefruit, if in frequent contact with teeth, can cause serious irreversible damage (erosion) to your teeth.
Fluoride that is inside your toothpaste or mouthwash, or what your dentist places on your teeth still have a positive effect on your teeth. It strengthens the enamel and reduces the chance of tooth decay.