3 Travel Fresh: Tips for Keeping Your Teeth Healthy While on Vacation

It’s exciting to get a break from work, travel to your favorite spot and enjoy the vacation to the fullest but during all the excitement, one should not forget how important it is to take care of his body and especially his oral hygiene. A lot of people out there don’t know that their health is interlinked with their oral hygiene and to call yourself completely healthy, you first need to make sure that your mouth is all clean and fresh. 

We totally agree with the fact that you want to spend your vacation in the best possible way and you just want to relax and free yourself from all the daily routine stressful chores but on the other hand, let’s face it that you wouldn’t like the idea of having bad breath, right? The point is that yes, you can relax on your vacation and yes, you can travel to your favorite destination but meanwhile, you shouldn’t run away from brushing your teeth and making sure that your oral hygiene is in the best possible condition.

Now, if your vacation is about to start and if you really are worried about your oral hygiene then stick with us a little longer because today we are here with some of the best tips from dePacific Dental Group that can help you in keeping your teeth healthy while you are traveling.

1-Ventilating your toothbrush

If you keep your toothbrush locked inside the hol
der that has no holes in it for ventilation then, believe it or not, bacteria will grow on your toothbrush and hence it will then enter your mouth when you’ll brush your teeth. So, the wiser thing to do is to make sure to give some air to your toothbrush and keep it ventilated. Especially if you are traveling then keep your brush in a big container in which the air can circulate easily.

2-Use the water your drink

Especially if you are traveling then know that you cannot take the risk of using the tap water to brush your teeth. So, make sure to use the same bottled water you are drinking to clean your teeth. You don’t know if the tap water in the hotels you are staying in is clean or not so why take any risks with your oral health?

3-Use a gum

It is an undeniable fact that brushing your teeth on time can be difficult especially when you are traveling which is why you should use a chewing gum every now and then to make sure that nothing stuck on your teeth and your mouth is all clean. Buy a sugar-free chewing gum so that it doesn’t affect your teeth, even a xylitol mint will be useful for you.

4-Keep your toothbrush dry

Don’t put your toothbrush inside the holder until you are sure that it’s dry. Again, a moist toothbrush can encourage the growth of bacteria which is clearly something you don’t want to happen. So, first, give the brush some air, let it dry and then pack it up.

These are some of the best tips to follow while on vacation. Use these tips and we assure you that your oral hygiene will stay in the best possible condition. Also, don’t forget to brush your teeth twice a day just like you are supposed to do while you are not on a vacation. Use mints, chewing gums, mouth fresheners etc to make sure that your breath smells are fresh and clean.


  1. Ohhh tu fungsi chewing gum rupanyaaa

  2. baru tahu letak dalam holder boleh biak bakteria! Thanks makkkk

  3. Menarik. Penjagaan gigi memang sangat penting. Untuk travel, boleh diambil tips ni. Thanks Blogger Mak yang comel..

  4. Ohh..nice tips. Dental Specialist Near Me also suggest me healthy food for good oral health.


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