Spring is a season of the year usually associated with new beginnings, cleaning up the house, rebirth of nature, body detox etc., yet this is also a season to dedicate some time for yourself and practice the “spring” cleaning of your teeth every day. You might be wondering what we mean by “spring” cleaning in relation to your oral health. It is most commonly associated with thorough, deep, regular and done in the right way. In addition, battling the bad habits, that would further exacerbate any existing health conditions, is another part that goes hand in hand with oral hygiene. We are sharing with you some tips on how to do the “spring” cleaning right.