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Best Way to Floss Your Teeth with Braces

Best Way to Floss Your Teeth with Braces

As if flossing your teeth wasn’t hard enough, braces add an additional challenge in accessing areas not properly cleaned by brushing alone, while also creating new areas for bacteria to settle and build up. Additionally, the hardware of braces is relatively delicate...

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Bleeding Gums with Braces

Bleeding Gums with Braces

A common symptom of getting braces is swollen or irritated gums in the weeks that immediately follow installation, or in the days that follow a dentist or orthodontist appointment for adjustments. However, if swelling or bleeding begins to come on arbitrarily, it...

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Braces Care 101: A Guide

Braces Care 101: A Guide

You’ve gotten wired up at the orthodontist’s office as a commitment to your oral health and in pursuit of a beautiful smile. Good for you – good things ahead. To really nail that Hollywood smile, you’ll have to keep up on caring for your braces and teeth, which does...

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How Often to Floss

How Often to Floss

We get it — you love flossing so much, you’re starting to worry that it’s becoming a problem. In the morning, before bed, on your commute, during dinner with your in-laws — it’s a compulsory habit so hard to resist that you’re starting to worry it’s taking over your...

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Gum Disease and Heart Disease Relationship

Gum Disease and Heart Disease Relationship

Every adult is well aware of the needs for good dental hygiene and toothcare, and it makes sense as to why. Aesthetically, they're often one of the first things others notice, and practically, well - there's nothing more frustrating than chronic tooth aches and...

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Water Flossing and Orthodontics

Water Flossing and Orthodontics

Orthodontics are often used to rectify malocclusion of teeth or a bad bite. Over 4.5 million Americans are wearing braces - but once the braces are on, many people neglect proper oral hygiene, exacerbating their already poor oral health. With braces on, it’s crucial...

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Alternatives to Flossing

Alternatives to Flossing

Flossing probably isn’t a favorite part of the average person’s daily hygiene routine, but we all know we should be doing it — mostly because our dental hygienists remind us every time we see them. Even if you don’t like doing it, flossing is important for your dental...

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Why is Flossing Important?

Why is Flossing Important?

You might be pretty good about brushing your teeth in the morning and before you go to bed. Maybe you’ve even invested in a high-end electric toothbrush — a show of commitment to your oral hygiene. But there’s a little-known secret about oral health that may come as a...

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What is Water Flossing?

What is Water Flossing?

Water flossing has grown in popularity as the market has provided at-home use products at affordable prices. Water flossing is an alternative to traditional string flossing, which is statistically among the least consistent part of the average American’s daily hygiene...

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Best Practices When it Comes to Flossing

Best Practices When it Comes to Flossing

You know flossing is important for your dental health because your dentist tells you every time you go for a visit. Maybe you’ve even been really good and stepped up your flossing game to daily status. This time, the dentist will give you a pat on the back, you think...

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