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Great Reasons to Floss Your Teeth

12th Jun, 2020

Three Great Reasons to Floss Your Teeth by Weston Spencer DDS - Conservative Comprehensive Dentistry

Flossing your teeth is just as important as brushing them, which is why we always remind our patients to floss at Weston Spencer DDS in La Jolla. We’re using this short blog post to review the best reasons to floss.

  • Flossing and gum disease. Since dental floss gets into areas your toothbrush cannot reach, it is an important part of preventing gum disease. Just as filmy plaque forms on the surfaces of teeth, it gets between them, too. It hardens into tarter, and in time can result in gum disease. By removing it daily with dental floss, you go a long way toward heading off gum disease.
  • Flossing and systemic diseases. Your dental health is linked to your overall health, and flossing plays an important role. It has a positive impact on such potentially deadly diseases as diabetes, respiratory diseases, and heart disease.
  • Flossing and bad breath. This may seem like small potatoes compared to the above, but bad breath afflicts a lot of people. Brushing your teeth isn’t enough to eliminate it. Flossing will get the gunk that builds up between your teeth and contributes to bad breath.

At Weston Spencer DDS in La Jolla we recommend flossing your teeth at least once every day, and brushing at least twice. Flossing before bedtime is best. Patients come to our practice from Solano Beach, Del Mar, and Claremont to maintain good dental health with general and restorative dentistry. We have a second office in Rancho Santa Fe. Schedule your next checkup today!

Contact Weston Spencer DDS – Conservative Comprehensive Dentistry:

858-459-0077

Location (Tap to open in Google Maps):

7855 Fay Avenue Suite 200
La Jolla, California
92037

 

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