Here’s What Happens If You Don’t Brush Your Teeth

Brush Your Teeth

You’re likely aware that brushing and flossing are essential for preventing plaque and tartar buildup, reducing the risk of periodontal (gum) disease. However, what might not be as widely known is the extensive impact of good oral hygiene on your overall health. What happens when you don’t brush your teeth can lead to […]

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Stop Flossing After Brushing Your Teeth


Switching up our daily habits can be challenging. Especially if we’ve been doing something a certain way for years. For instance, there’s advice that you shouldn’t rinse your teeth with water after brushing. And now another new dental hygiene tip that’s circulating across TikTok says you should floss your teeth before you brush […]

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Things Dentists Learn About You By Inspecting Your Teeth


Your teeth are with you every moment of the day. They are there for every bite of food, every sip of drink, and every word spoken. Though most people may not realize it, your teeth are a record of your lifestyle. Dentists are trained to recognize flaws and issues with […]

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Will Gum Disease Heal On Its Own?

Gum Disease

If you have been noticing your gums bleeding while brushing your teeth, this could be a sign of gum disease, also known as periodontal disease. However, don’t think you’re alone. Over 47% of American adults aged 30 and older have some sort of gum disease. And the condition tends to […]

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What Health Problems Can Crooked Teeth Cause?

Crooked Teeth

Health Risks of Crooked Teeth With crooked teeth, it is harder to brush and floss. This leaves room for bacteria to accumulate in uneven spaces. The misalignment of your teeth makes it harder for the toothbrush to reach every nook and corner of your mouth and even harder for floss […]

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Floss or Brush First? What Is Best?

Floss or Brush

When you floss or brush your teeth, you don’t think twice about the order in which you do it. It’s best to floss before brushing your teeth rather than after. “Not only does it help dislodge food wedged between your teeth, but it also helps to reduce bad breath and […]

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Five Tips to Support Healthy Teeth & Gums

Teeth & Gums

With proper care and maintenance, you can keep your teeth & gums happy and healthy for a lifetime 1. Use Fluoride Toothpaste: While there are plenty of different toothpastes out there that can help to keep your teeth clean, not all toothpastes are created equal. When looking for the right […]

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Is Water Flossing Better Than Regular Flossing? A Dentist Weighs In

Water Flossing

Flossing is pretty vital for your oral health. – Water Flossing For some, it comes naturally and is an integral part of a daily routine. For others, it’s not that easy. I would say I fall somewhere in the middle. Sometimes I run out of floss and forget about it […]

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Regular Dental Visits Equal Remarkable Results

Dental Visits

You probably already know how important regular dental visits are for keeping your teeth and gums in good shape. Besides brushing and flossing, dental visits are the best thing you can do for your oral health. But what you might not know is that there’s a strong relationship between your […]

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