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Who Invented Dental Floss (and Why You Should Thank Them)?
Posted By: Dr. Jeffrey Pass

Who Invented Dental Floss (and Why You Should Thank Them)

Whether you carry floss in your purse so you don’t miss a meal without flossing afterward or it’s collecting dust in the back of a cabinet in your bathroom, there are probably a lot of things you don’t know about it.…

6 Myths about Dental Hygiene
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6 Myths about Dental Hygiene

No matter who you are, it is impossible to ignore your dental hygiene. Every time you enjoy some food or flash a smile, you can’t help but be reminded of your teeth, their health, and their look.…

Is Mouthwash Necessary for a Healthy Smile?
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Is Mouthwash Necessary for a Healthy Smile

What does the ideal dental hygiene routine look like?

 

Most people would agree that brushing your teeth at least twice a day is the bare minimum for a healthy smile. If you’re not brushing your teeth, you’ve got a long road of dentist appointments (and oral health issues) ahead of you.…

What Causes Gums to Recede – and How Do You Deal with It?
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What Causes Gums to Recede – and How Do You Deal with It

 

Receding gums are just as uncomfortable as they sound. It means that your gums are starting to pull away from your teeth, leaving the roots of your teeth exposed.

 

Our gums protect our teeth from the food and bacteria that enters our mouth and threatens to wear down our teeth.…

3 Ways Drinking on New Years Can Harm Your Oral Health
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3 Ways Drinking on New Years Can Hurt Your Oral Health

What’s New Year’s Eve without a glass of champagne or two?

 

With the possible exception of St. Patrick’s Day, no other major holiday our country celebrates has become so intertwined with drinking as New Year’s Eve.…