Use an electric toothbrush or brush to wash your teeth every other day.
Take your toothpaste and brush to the dentist every day.
Clean your house with a mixture of water, vinegar, and soap and water.
Use a toothbrush to wipe away excess grime.
Apply a clear, clear, black, or clear white moisturizer to your teeth.
Wash your hands with soap and warm water daily.
Rinse your mouth with cold water daily to remove grime and bacteria.
Apply an antiseptic, a salve, or a cream or cream-type gel twice daily.
Wash the car in warm, clear water twice daily, then scrub and rinse.
Apply the mask if necessary.
Take a shower, brush your teeth, and clean the car.
If you have a cold, take a cold shower, rinse your teeth with warm water, and then apply a fresh coat of antiseptics.
Apply sunscreen to your skin every day, especially around your eyes and nose.
If your feet have a lot of grime, wash them regularly.
Avoid contact with people or things that could cause germs to grow.
Wash any contact lenses or contactless contact lenses that are on you or that have been placed in your eyes.
Wash clothing frequently with hot water, cold water, or mild detergent.
Avoid direct sunlight and bright sunlight.
Avoid wearing clothing that is too tight or too loose.
If there is any swelling around your teeth or around the outside of your mouth, seek medical attention immediately.
If this happens to you, seek emergency care.
If the condition worsens or becomes worse, seek urgent medical attention.
If symptoms persist, seek immediate medical attention if you are not well.
Contact the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) at 1-800-458-6332.
Do not hesitate to contact your local health care provider if you or someone you know has any of the symptoms listed above.
For more information, visit the Texas State Department of Health Services website.