This is the giant cavity found below the surface. It would have been impossible to notice until total disaster struck.
Think all you need to do to prevent dental problems is brush your teeth? THINK AGAIN!
The brush is maybe the least important of all the things you can do to keep teeth and gums healthy. Yes, it can carry decay-preventing fluoride toothpastes. That helps. But the floss is probably your best line of defense–AT EARLY STAGES OF THE DISEASE PROCESS.
Later on, though, other specialized tools and techniques may be needed to get rid of the germs and germ waste products that plague your gums and your teeth.
This is where our staff can really contribute to your long-term success by crafting apersonalized preventive program just for you.
And this needs to be revisited every time you come back to see us. Things are always changing!
Off the wall dental hygiene:
Here’s a little laugh for you: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3P6nlXhTtk
Don’t try this at home…