Oral Health in College

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This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BrushingEvolvedTarget  #CollectiveBias College is a crazy, busy, intense time. It's common to be overwhelmed with all of the new things you have to keep track of in college. Before you moved away to college, mom and dad kept track of a lot of things, like dental appointments, doctors appointments, paying for things, making sure you ate, etc. There are so many new things you have to be in charge of in college, but dental and oral health should be easy to keep track of. Here's how you can have better oral health in college!

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Keep Track of When You Should Go to the Dentist

You should be getting regular teeth cleanings and check ups every six months. When you arrive in your new city, locate a new dentist. Then, write down in your planner or journal or even the notes in your phone the dates when you should be getting your regular check ups.

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Develop Good Brushing Habits

The Phillips Sonicare FlexCare Connected is a brand new toothbrush and app that will help you keep track of your oral health. I'm obsessed with tech devices that help you keep track of your daily life. This toothbrush not only helps you have better looking and feeling teeth, but it's so fun! You use the app to keep track of where you're brushing, and you can see where you're not brushing enough, where you're applying too much pressure and where you are scrubbing too much.

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Through the app, you can also set goals like daily flossing, rinsing and tongue scrubbing. It will help you stay on top of your oral health goals. Your smile is one of the first things people will notice about you, so make sure it's beautiful and healthy.

Pay Attention to What You're Eating

College means your parents aren't going to be keeping track of what you're eating, and many people find this freedom to be an excuse to chow down on constant sugar and fats. This is not good for your teeth, or your gums! Make sure you're eating healthy foods. Not only will your smile be healthier, but your body will feel great on the inside and the outside.

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Make sure you check out Target, where you can pick up your brand new toothbrush. I never recommend products I don't love, and this toothbrush is seriously fun and easy to use.

Thanks for reading!

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