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The Benefits of Flossing: Why You Should Floss Every Time You Brush

When is the last time you brushed your teeth? How about the last time you flossed? If your answer wasn’t the same for both questions (and if it’s not “this morning”) then you’re probably not taking proper care of your teeth! You likely know that brushing is important, but if you don’t consider the benefits […]

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The 4 Best Dental Apps for Developing Healthy Brushing Habits

It’s not always easy to keep your teeth clean. Food particles, bacteria and plaque are hard to spot, particularly in the deeper corners of the mouth. That’s why it’s critical for parents to teach their children healthy brushing habits. One clever way to get your child focused on proper brushing is using fun and engaging […]

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Should You Sanitize Your Toothbrush?

Does it feel like no matter how healthy your lifestyle, you’re constantly getting a runny nose, scratchy throat, and a cough that won’t quit? If yes, then you want to take a closer look at your toothbrush. Your mouth is home to millions of bacteria and these pesky germs easily move from your mouth to […]

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