Developing a morning routine to follow every morning is very useful for our health and mindset. All too often, people wake up before work at the last minute and rush about when getting ready. However, this method isn’t great when your health is concerned. 

One of your priorities each morning should be maintaining your oral health and incorporating some steps to achieve this into your morning routine. Lucky for you, we have researched for you and compiled some tips into this article. Interested? Stick around to find out more. 

Tips for Incorporating Oral Health into Your Morning Routine

Clean your aligner 

Teeth straightening is becoming a lot more popular nowadays, for both adults and children. This means that cleaning braces and aligners are becoming big parts of people’s morning routines. With that being said, cleaning traditional metal braces works with brushing and flossing. However, when it comes to clear aligners (also known as invisible braces), you must go that extra step when cleaning. This is because you must clean your teeth and your aligner. 

Depending on what your treatment provider recommends, it can be common for people to wear their aligners at night while they sleep. This means that when they wake up in the morning, they need to develop a cleaning method to wash their retainer. There are various ways to do this and it wholly depends on what type of aligner you have so it’s important to do your research! If you like the sound of an affordable and easy teeth straightening option, check out these invisible aligners

Follow a step-by-step routine 

When you wake up in the morning, the last thing you’ll want to do is make decisions – even decisions as simple as cleaning your teeth. This is why you should develop an all-encompassing step-by-step routine to add to your mornings each day. For example, the first step can be taking your aligners out and cleaning them and then follow that up with flossing and brushing your teeth. 

Get ready 

You might think it’s a good idea to rinse your mouth with mouthwash immediately after brushing, however, this is not the best practice. Dental experts recommend that you wait at least thirty minutes to rinse your mouth after brushing. This is why you should go about getting ready and doing all your other morning tasks while waiting until you can use a rinse. An insider tip is to use blue mouthwash as this has a brightening effect on the teeth. 

Finish with breakfast 

When you eat breakfast ultimately depends on who you are as a person and your preferences. With this, it’s important to consider your oral health when eating breakfast. For example, if you like to eat breakfast as soon as you wake up, then you must wait around thirty to sixty minutes to brush your teeth. However, if you have a late breakfast, ensure you eat around thirty minutes after you follow your step-by-step routine. This will allow the fluoride in the toothpaste and mouth wash to do its job on your teeth!

What will your morning routine look like? 

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