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September 2018
• Clenching Your Teeth Can Cause Damage You May Not Feel for Years
• Can Meditation Help Improve Your Oral Health?
• How Salt Water Rinses Help Your Mouth


Past Newsletters:

August 2018
• Is Crown Lengthening a Cosmetic Procedure or Is it More?
• Ways of Managing Teeth That Are Sensitive to Cold
• How Long Should Flossing Take Each Day?


July 2018
• What Should Your Oral Hygiene Routine Include?
• Tips for Helping Crowns Last
• Signs Your Toothbrush Has Seen Better Days


June 2018
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December 2017
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September 2017

How Long Should Flossing Take Each Day?
Most people are aware of the need for flossing every day, even if they may not take it seriously. One reason that some people don't floss as often as they should is that they think it will take too long. This is not the case: proper dental hygiene does not take nearly as long as you may think, and you will find that the benefits are well worth the additional time.

Proper Flossing: 5 Minutes to Better Health

Brushing your teeth should take two minutes. After that, flossing properly will take somewhere between 3-5 minutes. At first, it may take longer, but as you get better, you will also become faster at it.
So, take 5 minutes a day, and invest in your future smile.



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