Dental Hygiene

Flossing

You always brush twice a day, avoid sugary snacks between meals, and go to the dentist regularly. Do you still have to floss your teeth? The short answer: Yes, at least once a day. Flossing is probably your single most important weapon against plaque, the clingy bacterial biofilm that sticks to the surfaces of your teeth.

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Brushing

If you're like most people, you probably learned how to brush as a child… and chances are, you haven't thought about it much since then. That's understandable — but there may come a point when we find our oral hygiene techniques could use improvement.

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Gum Disease

While you may think that some loss of teeth is inevitable with aging, it is actually possible for all of your teeth to last a lifetime. One of the ways you can achieve this goal is to avoid periodontal disease, which is caused by bacteria that attack the tissues around the teeth.

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Dental Cleaning

Regular professional cleanings and proper dental hygiene at home are essential to good oral health and to keeping your teeth beautiful. Teeth cleanings are a basic part of dental care for adults and children alike, and they enable us to spot problems in their earliest stages.

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