The Stages of Gum Disease

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Gum disease is a serious and dangerous dental issue that should be avoided as much as possible. It typically forms when you fail to remove plaque from your teeth and gumline daily. This means you don’t brush twice a day, floss once a day and attend your dental cleaning appointments... Read more »

The Finer Details of Mouthwash

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Are you aware that mouthwash can positively affect your oral health when used correctly? Even though mouthwash should never be used as a substitute for brushing and flossing, by no means should it be discarded and considered as having no benefits. With mouthwash, it is always important to consult with... Read more »

Are Water Flossers More Effective Than Dental Floss?

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Although water flossers are designed for maximum effect, it is important to note that they are often used as a substitute for traditional dental floss, but should not be used as a replacement for traditional brushing. Water flossers are designed to clean in between teeth. A water flosser works by... Read more »

How Pregnancy Can Impact Your Oral Health

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You probably know that several things will change when you’re pregnant and that you’ll need to do a few things differently if you’re hoping to keep your teeth healthy and strong? Naturally, brushing and flossing for two minutes at a time twice every day is vital. Have you heard that... Read more »

You Could Have Gum Disease and Not Know It

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Did you know that you could have gum disease and not even know it? This is in part because the symptoms of gum disease, particularly in the early stages, tend to be minor and are only felt after the disease has been harming your smile for quite some time. It is... Read more »