You know that dentists are always going to be there for you in London should anything go wrong at anytime; they will check for things that you may have overlooked, patch you up if something has happened, give your teeth a good deep clean and polish and set you on your way in tact. However, use this time together wisely and if things have gone wrong, ask about how you can improve your oral hygiene at home to prevent it from happening again. It is essential that you work out a good programme for yourself in order to keep your mouth healthy, so get all of the advice you can to set you up. Finding the right brush is the starting point here; you aren’t short on choice, so try a few out first until you hit gold. Find suitable toothpastes as well- ones that will benefit your teeth and gums and give you the best chance of fighting off plaque and bacteria. From here on in, you’ll need to get back-up; flosses, inter-dental brushes and mouthwashes are a valuable commodity in oral hygiene, so get them and use them properly. Finally, oral hygiene is also about the way you look after yourself; watch what you are putting in your mouth, cut back on the fags and booze. If you keep yourself balanced, it will be a benefit to your teeth and gums in the long run.