Flossing, and Substitutes

Brushing your teeth is important for the success of your overall oral health, but your toothbrush can’t do all the work on its own. Brushing needs to be joined by flossing daily in order for your teeth to get totally clean. Why should I floss? Brushing cleans the surfaces of your teeth; flossing cleans between teeth. Floss or other interdental... read more »

Flossing Prevents Gum Disease

Gum disease is one of the most worrisome problems you can face when it comes to your oral health. It can cause tooth loss, throat cancer, and has even been linked to heart disease. Yet it's also one of the most easily preventable diseases currently afflicting American adults. With that in mind, we're going to look at one remarkably simple... read more »