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3 Vital Reasons to Floss Regularly

reasons to floss your teeth

Flossing your teeth is one of those things you should do every single day in order to maintain healthy teeth and gums. Too many people skip flossing, though. In this post from Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria, we’ll give you three very good reasons why you should make it part of your regular dental health regimen.

  1. Helps Fight Cavities: Every time we eat, food debris is left in the mouth. It accumulates in between teeth without us always being aware. Flossing gets rid of it and helps reduce the amount of plaque buildup.
  2. Helps Prevent gum Disease: Plaque buildup also increases the risk of gum disease, a leading cause of tooth loss. Flossing is a great way to clear it out.
  3. Freshens Your Breath: All that gunk between your teeth can lead to bad breath, and no one wants that! Brushing alone isn’t enough: floss it away.

Flossing your teeth is essential to good dental health. So are regular checkups at Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria. People from Mt. Vernon and Alexandria come to us for family and cosmetic dentistry. Contact us today!

Contact Mt. Vernon Center For Dentistry:

703-360-5881

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8101 Hinson Farm Rd Ste 114
Alexandria, Virginia
22306

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