When Was The Last Time You Flossed?

2nd April 2014

Using dental floss as part of your daily dental hygiene routine can help prevent gum disease by removing unseen food and plaque from between your teeth. Plaque is a thin, sticky film made of bacteria. When it builds up it can cause irritation and inflammation to the gums.  Anytime we eat or drink sugary foods we are at risk of a plaque attack. Drinking a glass of water after mealtime can help to reduce the acid caused by plaque in between brushings. 

For daily maintenance and to reach all those tiny spaces in-between teeth we recommend using the Philips Sonicare AirFloss.

95% of users tested experience improved gum health results in just 4 weeks! For those who find manual flossing to be too fiddly, the AirFloss helps to remove up to 5x more plaque between teeth than manual tooth brushing alone.

Give us a call to book your next exam today and learn more about how you can achieve a 30 second clean with the AirFloss! 

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