Dentists recommend you brush your teeth at least twice a day, but that’s not it, you’re supposed to floss as well. Flossing helps get in between your teeth where your toothbrush can’t reach. It’s important to fully care for your oral health and that includes flossing.

Not flossing can lead to gum disease, which can be painful and unpleasant. Taking care of gum disease can be an extensive process. If you have braces it’s extremely important to floss to care for your teeth. Braces make it harder to reach all the spaces on your teeth, flossing helps keep your teeth healthy.

July 30, 2015

All about Flossing and Gum Disease

When you are tired or sleepy, you often just brush your teeth and find a justification to skip the flossing. Brushing should be enough, right? However, […]
July 30, 2015

Keeping Teeth Healthy under Braces and Retainers

Most of us have had or still have to wear braces or retainers at some point in our lives, and if we haven’t, there is a […]
July 2, 2014

The Benefits of Flossing Regularly

When you think of oral hygiene, most people immediately think of brushing your teeth; usually flossing takes a back seat to this more popular task.  According […]