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Use Five Fingers for Quick and Healthy Flossing

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5 flossing steps made so easy you can tick them off one finger at a time, thanks to Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry. Visit us on the web at https://www.cosmeticdentistalexandria.com/about-us/.

Thumbkin: Thumb to Chest Reminder
Thumb to chest can remind me that this isn’t for my friends. Brushing the goobers off so I don’t gross them out. Rinsing with mouthwash for fresh breath when I speak – that is for friends. Flossing is for me, myself, and I. I want healthy gums, therefore I floss.

Pointer: Pointer Fingers Measure
How much floss will I need to floss my 32 teeth? The American Dental Association suggests you start with about 18 inches. About 6 lengths of your pointer finger should suffice.

Tall Man: Wrap the Middle Fingers
This is a team effort. With the middle fingers wound up in the floss, the thumb and forefinger can grip and guide the floss into place. After curving the floss around the tooth into a “C” shape, and the up and down motions have wiped away plaque, then “unspool” the floss for a new section for the next tooth’s edges.

Ring Man: The Smell Test
Many a long term relationship has been cut short due to not-so-fresh breath. Smell floss before going between teeth. Smell it after. Bad smell? Brushing is not cleaning away that bacteria well enough. Hurray for floss! This smell test says the brushing needs to be adjusted. Be gentle with your gums. Keep those spots at the base of your teeth bacteria free.

Pinky: Time to Promise
Make the commitment now. Every time you look at your pinky, remember that you pinky promised to keep those gums free from disease. Flossing isn’t so much about removing food as it is about removing dental plaque. Plaque causes tooth decay and inflamed gums. Periodontal disease eventually leads to tooth loss. Tooth neglect is a slippery slope.

We’re Drs. Geren and Mady at Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry. We encourage you to take care of your oral health needs for a happier, healthier life.

Use those fingers to dial our number for a consultation: 703-360-5881 or meet us online: https://www.cosmeticdentistalexandria.com/about-us/.

Whether you need a bi-annual cleaning or cosmetic dentistry, Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry assists in a variety ways with your dental needs.

Family dentistry
Teeth whitening
Sedation dentistry
Dental crowns
Dental implants

One of our specialties is cosmetic dentistry. If you need clear braces or porcelain veneers, then we are your best friends. Our staff members are trained to be courteous, responsible, respectful, and focused.

Currently accepting patients from all over Mt. Vernon and Alexandria.

Drs. Geren & Mady
Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry
8101 Hinson Farm Rd Ste 114
Alexandria, Virginia 22306
703-360-5881
https://www.cosmeticdentistalexandria.com/about-us/

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