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Do You Really Need to Floss?

Published on: October 24, 2017 By: Predentive Dental

Recently there has been a lot of talk as to whether or not flossing is essential to proper oral health. Harvard Health Publishing put it best when it said, “Last year, the U.S. government’s dietary guidelines dropped the recommendation for regular teeth flossing. This action was not due to any new research refuting the benefit,…

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4 Common Dental Health Myths

Published on: September 22, 2017 By: Predentive Dental

In today’s day there’s so much information surrounding us all the time. It’s sometimes hard to tell what information is true and what isn’t! There are some dental myths out there we think are important to debunk, so read along and find some answers! 1.You should brush right after a meal. It actually depends. Foods…

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When Should You Really Change Your Toothbrush?

Published on: August 22, 2017 By: Predentive Dental

Sometimes we barely remember to brush our teeth, let alone, remember to change our toothbrush when it’s time for a new one! How do you know when you should change your toothbrush? How should you take care of your toothbrush? And, most importantly, WHY should you change your toothbrush?   When should you change your toothbrush?…

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How to Tell if You Need a Mouth Guard

Published on: July 23, 2017 By: Predentive Dental

Mouth guards are designed to protect your teeth from grinding while you sleep. There are a few different signs that you can look for if you’re curious you may need one.   1. You have chipped teeth If your teeth are chipped, it’s a sign that you may grind your teeth and need a mouthguard. The…

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What You Need to Know About Teeth Whitening

Published on: June 23, 2017 By: Predentive Dental

So, you’re thinking about whitening your teeth. We’re glad you’re here! We can help you. But we also understand you may have some reservations and questions–you’ve come to the right place! What causes teeth to stain? The most common ways teeth stain are the following: Drinking coffee, non-herbal tea, wine, or soda. Eating foods such…

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