How to Organize Your Bathroom Counter to Make Your Oral Health a Priority

father and young daughter brushing their teeth together

Struggling to make oral care a part of your daily and nightly routine? The key might be the organization of your bathroom counter. Read on for some tips for how you can fix up your space and prioritize a healthy smile.


Whether it means chucking old products or things you don’t use, or adopting a better organizational system, the best thing you can do to make your bathroom an effective place for your dental health is to declutter and make sure all of your items are clearly visible and within reach. If you’re organized in the bathroom, you’ll be able to adapt to a great oral care routine with ease.

Great Lighting

It’s important to have great lighting in your bathroom. Not only does it help you see yourself clearly when you’re getting ready to leave for the day, but it also helps you clean your teeth effectively. In a well-lit bathroom you’ll be able to brush and floss with ease and precision, and you’ll be able to do so safely.

Invest in Tech

Routine just not sticking? You might be using the wrong products for you. Sometimes, adding an electric toothbrush or water flosser, or both, to your routine can make all the difference.

Stock Up

Make sure you’re well stocked with plenty of fresh supplies. You’re going to need toothpaste, floss, and maybe even mouthwash, too. About that toothbrush of yours. Make sure you’re replacing it every three months. Same goes if you’re using an electric toothbrush, replace the head at that same rate.

Preventative Care in Mooresville, North Carolina

Regular trips to the dentist for professional cleaning and exams are an equally important supplement to a diligent at-home care routine. Make sure you have your next visit scheduled with us in the new year. Give us a call or visit our website to request yours.

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