Overturning Gum Disease!

Taking care of your teeth is just as important as taking care of your body, it’s a must. Part of taking care of your body includes eating properly, exercising and making sure that you visit your general physician annually. Just as you take care of your body you must take care of your teeth in the same way and it includes cleaning your teeth regularly (brushing and flossing) and scheduling regular check-ups with your dentist. By cleaning your teeth properly and going to the dentist regularly you can prevent issues from occurring with your teeth. For example, if you don’t
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Flossing 101

Do you floss already or are you planning to start flossing? Whether you’re a pro at flossing or a beginner, we’ve provided you information in this post that will help floss the right way. If you follow these steps then you should become a flossing pro in no time! Start with a string of floss that’s about 18 inches in length. While unwinding the floss, wrap it around each middle finger leaving just about 2inches of floss not wrapped around your fingers so you can work with the that section of string. Then take the floss and hold it firmly
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Facts about Flossing!

Did you know that flossing can help prevent cavities and gum disease? Then why is that most of us don’t floss as much as we should be? In an article published by www.healthywomen.org it states, “The American Dental Association reports that only 50 percent of Americans floss daily, 31 percent less than daily and 18 percent don’t floss at all.” With the impact that flossing has on our teeth, we should be making more of an effort to floss on a regular basis. To learn some more interesting tips and facts about flossing, please continue reading this post. One may
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Say No to Junk Food!

July 21 is known as National Junk Food Day and even though you might be tempted to eat junk food, try and avoid it if you can. In addition to damaging your teeth, eating high amounts of junk food can cause problems for your health. Your dentist will thank you when you go for your check up and your body will thank you for saving it and taking care of it. These types of junk food can be harmful to your teeth so try and avoid them if you can. Foods that are sticky such as; raisins, oatmeal or peanut
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