Why should i have Clean Teeth & Gums?

Having a clean mouth is important. In addition to being healthy, it gives you a fresher breath and a nicer smile.

When you eat, bits of food, some too small for you to see, remain in your mouth. They feed bacteria that grow in a sticky film on your teeth. This film, called plaque, is the main cause of tooth decay and gum disease.

Why you should brush your teeth?

Brushing your teeth after meals not only gets rid of the food particles that you can see, it removes plaque from your teeth. Using fluoride toothpaste is important because the fluoride can help kill bacteria, as well as making your teeth stronger.

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Why floss?

Flossing removes plaque and food particles from between the teeth and under your gumline, from areas your toothbrush cannot reach. Because tooth decay and periodontal disease often start in these areas, it is important to clean them thoroughly on a daily basis.

Flossing is a skill that needs to be learned so don't be discouraged if you find it difficult at first. With practice, you will find that flossing takes only a few minutes of your time each day.

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