An Effective Flossing Technique Cleans Several Key Areas

When residual food particles and plaque are not thoroughly removed from your teeth they can harden into tartar. When this happens, the constant bacterial presence near the gum line leads directly to the inflammation associated with gum disease.   The American Dental Association recommends that you brush and floss your teeth twice a day as part of a consistent oral... read more »

Can You Brush And Floss Your Teeth Too Hard?

The daily routine of brushing and flossing teeth may not be something you think a lot about. But did you know that how your brush can cause damage to your mouth? Learn about what happens if your brush and floss too hard. Problems From Brushing and Flossing Too Hard You may think you are improving dental health by brushing and... read more »