The highest standard of dental hygiene care
Brush your teeth at least twice a day. When you brush, don't rush. Take enough time to do a thorough job.
You can't reach the tight spaces between your teeth and under the gum line with a toothbrush. That's why daily flossing is important.
Foods that cling to your teeth promote tooth decay. So when you snack, avoid soft, sweet, sticky foods such as cakes, candy and dried fruits.
As an oral health care preventive specialist, I recommend that you get a routine examination and prophylaxis (cleaning) twice a year.
Whether you're moving, switching dentists, getting a second opinion or are in need of a dental specialist, your dental records will help your new dentist better service you.
Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral so beneficial to your smile, many communities even add it to their water supply.
Registered Dental Hygienist
Ms. Gomes has 21 years experience as a Registered Dental Hygienist, with a license to practice in both the state of New York and New Jersey. Danni is a passionate Educator! She loves to help people grow professionally!
- 800am - 500pm
Flossing is an essential part of any oral health care routine.
The American Dental Association recommends flossing at least once a day to achieve optimal oral health.By flossing daily, you help remove plaque from the areas between your teeth as well as under the gum line, where the toothbrush can't reach. This is important because plaque that is not removed by brushing and flossing can eventually harden into calculus or tartar. Flossing also helps prevent gum disease and cavities.
When is the best time to floss? Before I brush or after?
The best time to floss is at bed time. It's important to floss first, then brush, to remove the bacteria from below the gum line.