Step by Step guides: how to floss your teeth properly, how to floss your teeth with braces and how to use other interdental cleaners like picks, brushes and water flossers.
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Below please find a summary of the procedural and physical modifications we have made to protect your health and safety, as well as ours, in addition to our routine infection control procedures once we resume routine care on June 1, 2020.
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While they will never replace proper toothbrushing with toothpaste and floss, over the counter mouthwashes, oral irrigators, tongue scrapers and Proxabrushes and floss picks and sticks can also be helpful in maintaining your oral health.
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Tips to help you choose the best dental product for yourself. Dental floss or dental tape, a toothbrush and toothpaste are enough to sustain or even improve oral health. Other products, such as mouthwash, oral irrigators, tongue scrapers and dental picks and sticks are good adjuncts and go farther toward improving oral health. Which are best for you? Continue Reading Essential Oral Hygiene Products
In everyday life we unknowingly accumulate thousands of germs throughout the day. Healthcare workers have known that unwashed hands transmit stomach, intestine and respiratory infections like the Coronavirus for over 200 years.
If soap and water are not available, hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol is a good adjunct but know that hand washing with soap and water is superior. Continue Reading Start By Washing Your Hands
This COVID-19 pandemic WILL end and when it does I want you to emerge from it healthier than you were before.
Thinking positively, this unprecedented Shelter In Place period has presented us with a unique opportunity to help you reinforce good oral hygiene habits and improve the oral health of your family. Continue Reading Life will go on
News, both true and false, about Coronavirus 19 (COVID-19) has spread as rapidly as the fear, uncertainty and panic surrounding each new case. I personally, have read some outrageous things. Some from people seeking to capitalize on the hysteria and others from people who are simply poorly informed.
As your dentist, I want to make sure you have easy access to good information. The following links to trusted sources, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have valid, current and useful information: Continue Reading Coronavirus-19 Statement