Healthy Gums

Having a straight and white smile is a lot of patients’ ideal goal for confidence and feeling attractive.
As dentists we know that there is something more than just having straight,
white teeth but healthy gums to keep them in place. Beautiful teeth can sustain
themselves if healthy gums support them.

Most people appreciate and understand the
importance of brushing and flossing their teeth twice a day and coming to their
hygiene appointments regularly.

It is very important to properly clean your teeth and feel encouraged to maintain healthy gums.
Flossing is needed to remove any bacteria that may get stuck in between your
teeth, where your brush can’t reach. Feel free to ask us for a refresher on
proper brushing and flossing, or other options available to help maintain a
healthy smile.

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