One easy way to improve your mouth health and preserve your teeth longer is to use the right equipment regularly.
We recommend that you add flossing to your dental care routine. If your teeth are tightly spaced, shop around for a floss that will slip more easily between your teeth, such as waxed ribbon, tape floss or Glide. If you find it difficult to handle floss, try a floss holder.
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Cleanings and ExamsProfessional cleanings performed by a registered dentist or hygienist are just as important to your dental health as daily brushing and flossing.
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Periodontal (Gum) DiseaseGum disease accounts for approximately 70% of all tooth loss in adults.
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