Our Services Oral Hygiene Keeping your mouth healthy and clean by brushing and flossing at least twice a day, eating a well-balanced diet, and visiting your dentist regularly is an important part of good oral hygiene.
Plaque is a bacteria that grows and creates a film on the surface of your teeth. It is colorless until it grows into tartar making your teeth yellow or brown. When it builds up it can lead to other dental problems such as tooth decay, gingivitis, periodontitis or gum disease and other complications. So, remember to eat a well-balanced diet, exercise good oral hygiene daily, and visit your dentist regularly.
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Tip: good oral hygiene could save you from pain and discomfort down the road.