There is a right way and a wrong way to brush your teeth and the wrong technique can damage them. In this video, Dr. B demonstrates the right way to brush so you protect your pearly whites.
If you’re sick of the struggle of getting your kids to brush before bedtime, this one tip is here to the rescue.
You know you have to floss every day, but do you know if you’re flossing properly? There’s a simple technique you’re probably missing that leaves behind 80 to 90% of bacteria even if you’re flossing every day.
I hate flossing. I know I need to do it, but I just can’t stand it. What are my options?
If you have gum disease at one tooth, why wouldn’t the floss pick up that bacteria and spread it like butter around your mouth?
I haven’t flossed for years now and I still have my teeth and no pain. So how bad is not flossing, really?
The reason it’s so hard to remember to floss is more complicated than you think. Here are some practical tips on how to make flossing a habit based on the latest research in cognitive and behavioral science.
Should I brush first, then floss? Or floss first, then brush?
From what I’ve read, you should only brush after every meal, so 2 or 3 times a day. But what if you are eating 6 times a day, should you brush after each meal? Is it actually damaging to brush your teeth 5 or 6 times a day?
Good brushing habits is one of the best gifts you can give your children.
Teach them now and teach them right!