Flossing Success With a Water Flosser

The standard recommendation by dentists is to floss one time each day to remove food and bacteria from your teeth and gums. Let's face it, daily flossing can be a bit of a pain. The sad truth is, most people do not floss daily, and many people don't do it at all. If you care about your dental health but... read more »

Cavities Can Be Prevented If You Are Willing to Fight Back

Cavities, also commonly referred to as tooth decay, is a process in which harmful materials in your mouth break down your teeth by stripping away their tooth enamel. Without tooth enamel, teeth can become weak over time, and rot out completely. Do not let tooth decay destroy your teeth without fighting back. There are a plethora of preventative tools at... read more »

Flossing for Better Oral Health

There are so many types of floss methods on the market today that there is no good reason to skip this crucial step in any optimal oral hygiene routine. Flossing is a matter of finding a method that works best for you and then setting aside the time to do it. You can floss before or after you brush your teeth,... read more »