Flossing Isn’t Hard Anymore

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With all the new flossing products on the market today making it easier and more time efficient, there really isn’t any excuse to neglect to floss these days and miss out on the tremendous benefits of greater oral health. Yet, less than one-third of people floss daily. Research provided by the Centers for Disease Control… Read more »

There Are Several Factors That Contribute to Maintaining a Healthy Mouth

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Preserving good oral health has a significant bearing on your basic enjoyment and quality of life. Problems with cavities, gum disease, and other oral health conditions can cause significant discomfort, lead to tooth loss, or impact medical conditions. The American Dental Association notes that a consistent and effective daily oral hygiene routine is very important…. Read more »

You Should Floss Your Teeth Once Each Day

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Preserving the health of your teeth and periodontal tissues is very important for your overall quality of life. Cavities, gum disease, and tooth loss can be discomforting as well as costly to treat. To help you maintain a healthy mouth throughout the course of your life the American Dental Association offers a series of guidelines… Read more »

Your Teeth and Your Genetics: What You Should Know

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Would you be surprised to hear that genetics impact practically every part of you? Even your height, weight, and eye color can be influenced by your genetics.  However, did you know that your smile might also be impacted by your genes? Unfortunately, this could leave you more vulnerable to tooth decay than others, even if… Read more »

How to Floss Your Teeth

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You probably understand how brushing your teeth can benefit the health of your entire mouth, but do you know why flossing is important? In reality, there are a number of benefits to flossing, and a few things you may need to do to get the most benefits from your flossing. When you brush your teeth,… Read more »

What You Need to Know About Enamel Erosion

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Did you know that the strongest muscle in your body is actually your tongue? Have you also heard that your mouth also contains the strongest substance in your body? As you may already know, this incredibly hard substance is your enamel–the outer, protective layer of your teeth. But even though enamel is extremely hard, it… Read more »

What are Dental Sealants?

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You may have heard that dental sealants are great for the health of your teeth, and that they could even stop cavities from forming–but what else have you heard about this important treatment? For example, do you know if you’re a good candidate for sealants or why sealants benefit you? As you may know, sealants… Read more »

What are the Signs and Symptoms of Gum Disease?

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Did you know that approximately 75% of Americans over the age of 35 have some form of gum disease? Naturally, gum disease could cause minor problems—such as swollen or bleeding gums—or serious problems like tooth loss. Sadly, gum disease can be difficult to identify. In fact, many people aren’t even aware of what gum disease… Read more »

Should You Use a Tongue Scraper?

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You know that if you want to enjoy good oral health, you need to brush your teeth twice a day and floss daily, but did you know there are other things you can do to improve your oral health? Naturally, we recommend considering all of your options when it comes to your oral health—include tongue… Read more »