When it comes to oral hygiene routines, most people say they practice good habits by brushing twice a day – once in the morning and once at night before bed. Brushing after every meal, even after lunch at work, would contribute to greater oral health, but a survey by the Academy of General Dentistry revealed…
The most serious health risk you could avoid by flossing regularly is periodontal disease (informally called gum disease).
The American Dental Association offers tips on increasing oral longevity and for caring for your teeth.
There are three basic oral hygiene tips I’d encourage patients to practice in order to maintain healthy teeth.
Although any maintenance of your teeth is better than no maintenance at all, there are key factors in the maintenance of the teeth that will ensure the best outcome.