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  • If you want to keep your teeth looking good, you have to take care of your gums.  In doing so, it will prevent a wide range of gum problems and ensure that your teeth remain strong. Always Floss We recommend that you floss at least once a day as this will help to remove any hidden plaque between your teeth that toothbrushes cannot reach.  You can do it at any time of the day but always remember to do it. Brush your Teeth Twice a Day Brushing your teeth twice a day is important

  • Have you ever looked down and seen blood in the sink when you brushed your teeth? This is one of the first signs of the disease.  It indicates that your gum is infected, but that infection may not be isolated to your gums.  It can travel further into your teeth and affect your overall body health. So, if you do have gum disease what should you be aware of? Swollen Gums Swollen gums are another sign that your gums need attention.  Oftentimes this early sign of inflammation is often where it all begins. 

  • Teeth grinding, or bruxism as it is officially known, can cause a wide range of problems.   Interestingly, often it is not possible for people to stop themselves from doing it.  Typically, it happens unconsciously and for many, it means that they are not even aware that they have the problem.  But don’t worry, it is treatable with nightguards.  So, how does a nightguard prevent teeth grinding? When it comes to treating teeth grinding, wearing a nightguard is one of the most effective ways to stop the problem.  And don’t worry, the

  • Scheduling regular dental check-ups will not only help keep your gums and teeth healthy but also give you peace of mind when it comes to caring for your teeth. It is important for children and adults to visit a dentist for a check-up at least twice a year. With that said, how important are regular check-ups really? Oral Cancer Can be Detected Early With oral cancer being a difficult condition to diagnose, it takes a professional dentist to detect signs and symptoms that are easily dismissed. The earlier it’s detected, the sooner