The best and the worst dental treatments have to be covered in your insurance plan, but the best dental care is still a matter of personal preference, according to Dr. David McQuade, a professor of preventive medicine at the University of Toronto Medical School.

Here are his top 10 recommendations for best and worst dental care.1.

Oral Hygiene: Avoid contact with your teeth.

Toothpaste is good at cleaning out plaque, but too much of it can damage the tooth’s gums and cause infection.

Instead, apply a daily toothpaste-only application to your teeth and gums.2.

Dental Caries: Dentists recommend using a dental brush to scrub your teeth daily, especially if you have cavities.

They recommend brushing for at least a week before each brushing session.3.

Toothpastes: Avoid brushing with a toothbrush unless you’re completely healthy.4.

Toothbrushes: Avoid using a tooth brush if you’re under the age of 40.5.

Toothpicks: Don’t use a toothpick for brushing your teeth unless you know exactly what you’re doing.6.

Denture: Don.t. denture your teeth on any part of the body, especially the backside.7.

Denting: Don�t use dental floss or dental flint on your teeth or gums, or dentures.8.

Oral Contraceptives: Dental floss and dental flints may not be a good option, but they may be a cheaper alternative if you can find a way to afford them.9.

Preventive Dentistry: Dentist appointments are the best way to prevent cavities and other health problems.

If you’re not sure whether you need dental care or not, go with preventive dental care first.10.

Dentists: Dentistry is a safe and effective way to protect yourself against infection, especially from dental caries.

If dental care isn’t available, you can always get a dental hygienist appointment to get the best treatment.