The Oral Health Podcast

Dentist in Croley Woods, Nashville TN - The Oral Health Podcast - Gorham & Ammarell Dentistry

November 12, 2020 Andrew Ansley
The Oral Health Podcast
Dentist in Croley Woods, Nashville TN - The Oral Health Podcast - Gorham & Ammarell Dentistry
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The Oral Health Podcast
Dentist in Croley Woods, Nashville TN - The Oral Health Podcast - Gorham & Ammarell Dentistry
Nov 12, 2020
Andrew Ansley

And don’t forget, children need to clean between their teeth too! Start as soon as your child has two teeth that touch. Because cleaning between teeth demands more manual dexterity than very young children have, children are not usually able to do a thorough job on their own until age 10 or 11.
If you do it too hard, you could damage the tissue between your teeth. If you’re too gentle, you might not be getting the food out. It’s normal to feel some discomfort when you first start, but don’t give up. With daily brushing and cleaning between your teeth, that discomfort should ease within a week or two.
It’s the perennial oral-health question: How often should you floss? Some people do it three times a day. Some do it whenever they remember. And others only do it a few times after a dentist visit, then the floss goes back to the recesses of their medicine cabinet. As insignificant as the act may seem, flossing is actually at the center of an oral-hygiene debate.
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“In a letter to the AP, the government acknowledged the effectiveness of flossing had never been researched, as required,” the AP said in an August 2, 2016 article. There was barely time to put down the floss before the American Academy of Periodontology quickly responded the same day to say that actually, flossing is an important part of daily oral hygiene.
What even is the point of working that little piece of string between your teeth?Flossing, proponents say, helps to remove food particles and bacteria from between your teeth and along your gum line. When this bacteria builds up, it forms plaque, a sticky, colorless film that can threaten your oral health by contributing to tooth decay and gingivitis.

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124 30th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37203
45WM+3X Nashville, Tennessee

Croley Wood, Nashville TN Dentist
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Further Information:
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Videos:
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Show Notes

And don’t forget, children need to clean between their teeth too! Start as soon as your child has two teeth that touch. Because cleaning between teeth demands more manual dexterity than very young children have, children are not usually able to do a thorough job on their own until age 10 or 11.
If you do it too hard, you could damage the tissue between your teeth. If you’re too gentle, you might not be getting the food out. It’s normal to feel some discomfort when you first start, but don’t give up. With daily brushing and cleaning between your teeth, that discomfort should ease within a week or two.
It’s the perennial oral-health question: How often should you floss? Some people do it three times a day. Some do it whenever they remember. And others only do it a few times after a dentist visit, then the floss goes back to the recesses of their medicine cabinet. As insignificant as the act may seem, flossing is actually at the center of an oral-hygiene debate.
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https://gorham-ammarell-dentistry.business.site/
“In a letter to the AP, the government acknowledged the effectiveness of flossing had never been researched, as required,” the AP said in an August 2, 2016 article. There was barely time to put down the floss before the American Academy of Periodontology quickly responded the same day to say that actually, flossing is an important part of daily oral hygiene.
What even is the point of working that little piece of string between your teeth?Flossing, proponents say, helps to remove food particles and bacteria from between your teeth and along your gum line. When this bacteria builds up, it forms plaque, a sticky, colorless film that can threaten your oral health by contributing to tooth decay and gingivitis.

Gorham & Ammarell Dentistry
http://www.westendnashvilledentist.com/
124 30th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37203
45WM+3X Nashville, Tennessee

Croley Wood, Nashville TN Dentist
Find Gorham & Ammarell on Google Maps!

Further Information:
https://westendnashvilledentist.blogspot.com/2020/11/dentist-croley-wood-tn-gorham-ammarell.html
Videos:
https://youtu.be/Q7vsJuOl5xw
https://vimeo.com/478591461