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Most Recent eNewsletter:

September 2020
• Is It Possible to Brush Your Teeth Too Much?
• Three Quick Tips to Make Tooth Pain Easier to Manage
• A Brief History of Toothbrushes and Toothpastes

Past Newsletters:

August 2020
• How to Get Past Excuses and Floss More
• What Saliva Does When You Eat or Drink Something Acidic
• Benefits of Turning to a Powered Toothbrush

July 2020
• Dangers Associated with Continuing to Chew on a Cracked Tooth
• Your Cholesterol Also Impacts Your Oral Health
• Google Cannot Diagnose a Dental Condition - Only We Can

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Benefits of Turning to a Powered Toothbrush
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We already know how important it is to brush and floss our teeth. While people stress a lot on the importance of brushing, they forget to mention that it is also important to brush in the right manner. A powered toothbrush moves in the right direction, thereby cleaning the teeth thoroughly and taking out even the difficult to reach food particles in the mouth. It also massages the gums and increases blood circulation. This helps to promote better oral health and it also keeps the teeth stronger. While you can brush effectively with manual toothbrushes, powered toothbrushes can make it easier to help keep your smile healthy.

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