Your dentist will always remind you to brush and floss. Most people brush their teeth, but a 2016 study found that only about 1/3rd of Americans actually floss every day! People avoid flossing for many reasons: it’s inconvenient, it’s too much work. But with a variety of flossing tech now available, those excuses hold less and less weight. Today we’ll …
How can you keep your infant’s mouth clean? Here are some tips that will you keep your new child’s mouth clean, and set them up for a healthy smile later in life.
Many dental insurance policies are “100/80/50” plans – covering all of the cost of preventative care such as cleanings, checkups and x-rays, 80% of basic treatments such as fillings, and 50% of more complex procedures such as root canals and crowns.
Flossing your teeth is one of the few chores that pays big dividends in the long run, and unless you do it consistently and properly you may not reap the benefits.