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1000 Words: Why Floss?

Thanks to electron microscopy… Yep, that’s what floss looks like, up close and personal, after it’s scraped the sides of your teeth, breaking up the biofilm (plaque) no toothbrush can reach. Previously Advertisements

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Brush, Floss & See Your Dentist: “Not Sexy, but It Works”

Aren’t you gladthat you can’t see bacteria? There are lots of “germs” in the human mouth. In dental biofilm alone – the “plaque” that coats your teeth between cleanings – there are more than 600 kinds, including 25 species of … Continue reading

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Oral Bacteria & Whole Body Health


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