Posts Categorized: Dental Hygiene

3 Things That Can’t Replace Flossing

You might think that you have found the answer that nobody else was clever enough to discover: You assume with some deep thinking that there are several ways to replace flossing, so it no longer needs to be part of your dental hygiene experience! First, we suggest you talk with us about how to make… Read more »

3 Major Topics Of Smile Confusion

Don’t feel bad if you’ve become confused about one or multiple topics associated with your smile health. While dental care generally seems very simple in the beginning (after all, you primarily need to brush, floss, and see us for visits), there are a lot of subtle nuances involved in reaching success. For instance, you may… Read more »

FAQs: Cleaning Your Tongue!

You might be someone who brushes your tongue because … well … you’ve just always done it. Or, you might be someone who doesn’t even realize this is important for your oral health! Then again, you could be a person who knows you should be doing it during your dental hygiene but you keep avoiding… Read more »

Your Toothpaste: Making Impactful Choices

Did you know that when you make good choices for the dental hygiene products you buy, you’re actually positively impacting your oral health? Of course, on the flip side of that sentiment, when you purchase items that don’t promote your healthiest smile, you can actually end up causing some problems. Never thought selecting toothpaste required… Read more »

Is Something Wrong With My Flossing?

Are you curious about your usual flossing? What seems to be bothering you? If you notice that every time you floss, it just doesn’t seem to feel right, it’s certainly time to speak up. Or, if you’re just not sure if you’re flossing the way we would suggest, it’s perfectly fine to admit you need… Read more »

Time For A Water Flosser?

If you like thinking about getting your smile even cleaner than it is after brushing and flossing, you may be considering a water flosser. After all, it’s a gentle yet powerful way to remove plaque that even your toothbrush and dental floss may miss (such as plaque beneath your gumline and around dental work). It’s… Read more »

Do I Really Need To Brush And Floss?

Yes, as a matter of fact, you really do need to brush and floss your teeth. Your dental hygiene is the very backbone of the success (or downfall) of your oral health. We understand that you may wonder if you could ditch one part of this process or if you could stop it altogether. However,… Read more »