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Is It Really Important to Floss Every Single Day?


Posted on 10/25/2017 by Matt Aldridge DDS
Flossing Oasis Dental WA 98683
Sometimes we forget because we have a lot going on. When it comes to oral hygiene, you should try to be vigilant in being able to keep up on it. You want to make sure that you have the best oral health out there. This can be done through the use of brushing and flossing.

Know what is important and what is not when the time comes to brush and keep up on all of the cleaning that needs to be done.

The Importance of Flossing


Flossing is an important aspect of healthcare. Not only does it mean you have better oral hygiene, but your overall health is going to be better off when you do. When this happens, you're limiting the amount of bacteria, and potential illnesses, you are introducing into your body.

Additionally, since you eat and consume things every day, tartar and plaque sit on the teeth. Without flossing, a lot of this build up is missed. The toothbrush is unable to get into those hard to reach areas. When you floss every day, even once a day, you're going to have better gum and tooth health.

This makes a difference. Take some time out of the day to spend a few minutes flossing in between all of your teeth. It can make a huge difference in your oral health.

Schedule an Appointment Today


Of course, brushing and flossing is not enough. You have to also go for your cleanings. Make sure that this is done through a reputable dentist. Give our office a call to find out even more. You will be happy you did when it comes to getting a cleaning and an exam and making the most of it. You can have a more confident and healthier smile with the help of our dental professionals.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call us at (360) 836-1100 today.

Matthew Aldridge, DMD
Dr. Aldridge takes pride in providing the best dental care and service for his patients. He is also committed to continuing education classes in order to provide new and updated techniques.
Dr. Aldridge completes triple the required CE credits annually. He has invested a great deal of time toward training, including removal of wisdom teeth, dental implants, traditional orthodontics, Invisalign®, Six Month Smiles, and TMJ therapy.

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