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Ask Your El Campo Dentist: 3 Ways Mouthguards Protect You When You Play Sports

Ask Your El Campo Dentist: 3 Ways Mouthguards Protect You When You Play Sports

August 15th, 2018 Posted by Dental Care, General Dentistry No Comment yet

If you participate in a contact sport, like football, basketball, or soccer, having a mouthguard is a must. Even those who take part in sports where contact with a ball is possible, as well as skateboarders, BMX bikers, and those who rollerblade can benefit from the from a protective mouthpiece, limiting the chance of serious injury or tooth damage.

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Ask Your El Campo Dentist: Flossing, Yes, it is Important

June 8th, 2018 Posted by Dental Care No Comment yet

Most people wouldn’t say that flossing is at the top of their list of favorite things to do. For that reason, a lot of people choose not to floss, while others only floss occasionally. However, flossing daily is important to your oral health, and it only takes a few minutes a day to get it right.

If you are wondering why flossing is so important, your  El Campo dentist explains what you need to know.

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Ask Your El Campo Dentist: Causes & Cures for Bad Breath

December 15th, 2017 Posted by Dental Care, Oral Health No Comment yet

Everyone wants to be remembered, but being known for your bad breath isn’t likely what you had in mind.

A lot of people are self-conscious when it comes to their breath, but that doesn’t mean you have to be. There are a lot of causes for bad breath, or halitosis, but there is also a range of cures that can take care of the problem.

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The importance of flossing

March 12th, 2015 Posted by Dental Care No Comment yet

If you have established a good flossing habit, then congratulations! According to a few studies you are among a minority of Americans taking proper care of their teeth.

There is a reason why the dentist asks you every time you visit them if you have been brushing your teeth. It’s simple really; they ask because it’s important. Flossing gets in those small, hard to reach crevices in your mouth which are the same areas that are most likely to get cavities.

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