Is Flossing Really Necessary? How To Improve The Habit

Posted on: 19 February 2021

If you have a low-sugar diet, visit your dentist regularly, and brush your teeth well, you may wonder if it's really worth it to floss. Take a look at why flossing is so important and how to improve this habit. Why is Flossing Important? Because there are not a lot of studies on the effects of flossing, some people think it's a waste of time. However, the CDC and the American Dental Association recommend flossing.
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Between Cleanings: Ways To Stay In Excellent Oral Health

Posted on: 7 January 2021

There are many ways to promote excellent oral health. While regularly seeing a dentist for a cleaning is certainly one of them, there are also other factors that come into play when it comes to having healthy teeth and gums. One's daily routine is surprisingly more of a factor than one may realize. With these helpful tips to consider, daily habits that promote better oral health will be a breeze to complete and can lead to improved dental health!
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What To Know About Extracting A Child's Baby Tooth

Posted on: 24 November 2020

Has a trip to your kid's dentist resulted in hearing that one of your child's baby teeth needs to be removed? If so, you may be wondering why this is even necessary, especially when baby teeth eventually fall out. Here are some things to know about this dental procedure when young children are involved.  Baby Teeth Extractions Are Easier Than Adult Tooth Extractions You may be a bit shocked to know that your kid needs to have a tooth removed, but it is actually going to be a lot less invasive than you think.
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4 Ways to Deal with an Underbite

Posted on: 2 October 2020

An underbite occurs when your lower teeth stick out further than your upper teeth. The degree to which one's lower teeth stick out further than the upper teeth can vary greatly, regardless of the degree, this condition is considered an underbite. An underbite is more than just something that you may not like the visuals of. An underbite can cause both face and mouth pain, and it can lead to challenges with biting, chewing, and speaking.
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