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Teeth Are Fun: Floss Like A Boss, Brush Like There’s No Rush


OK, we’re not really great with rhymes. But flossing like a boss and brushing without rushing can help you maintain great oral health and keep your teeth longer. Aim for twice a day – and after meals whenever possible. Get a free oral health consultation and assessment to see how you’re doing by calling Brighton Dental San Diego at (619) 359-6569.

Teeth Are Fun: Floss At Least Twice A Day, Won’t You?


For good oral health, floss twice a day – and preferably after every meal. Brushing and flossing are your first lines of defense against tooth decay, gum disease and an icky-looking, foul-smelling mouth. See how you’re doing with a free oral health consultation, available by calling Brighton Dental San Diego at (619) 359-6569.

Teeth Are Fun: Put Floss On Auto-Order And Set It For Monthly!


It takes 18 inches of floss or more to do the job correctly. So if you floss twice a day every day using 18 inches, you’ll need to buy floss a lot more often than you do now. But your teeth will thank you with fewer cavities — and your gums won’t be as likely to get gum disease. See how your teeth are doing by calling Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569 for a FREE oral health consultation.

Teeth Are Fun: If We Could Offer Just One Word Of Advice


If we could offer you one word of advice, we’d offer these four (and break the rules a little) because brushing and flossing are equally important to oral health, and mouth rinses help control bacteria than can cause decay. Learn about how we can be your partner in oral health by calling Brighton Dental San Diego at (619) 359-6569 for a FREE consultation.

Teeth Are Fun: Wrapping The Diamond Is The Goal


We can only hope that you’re diligent enough with your flossing that you’ll use enough floss this year to go around the perimeter of a baseball diamond. If you’re not sure you’ve done well getting rid of the batter from fried foods or that pitcher of sweet drinks and think you may have decay, call Brighton Dental San Diego at (619) 359-6569 for a free dental health consultation.

Teeth Are Fun: Switch It Up And Floss First For A Better Clean!

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If you’re brushing and then flossing, you’ve got it all wrong – the right way is to clean between your teeth with floss first and dislodge all the gunk so you can brush it away with ease. If you need more dental health tips and a free consultation on your oral health, call Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569.

Teeth Are Fun: Yes, Women Take Better Care Of Their Teeth!


Even though women are more likely to floss at least daily than men, that doesn’t mean that women don’t get many cavities – and it doesn’t mean that men need to just stand in front of the mirror and watch their teeth fall out. Whatever your gender, brush and floss twice and day, and call Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569 for a free oral health consultation.

Teeth Are Fun: Is Your Mouth One-Third Less Healthy Than You Think?


If you’re brushing but not flossing, you’re missing a third of your tooth surfaces, all those places between teeth and at the gum line where a toothbrush can never reach – and that means your oral health is being compromised minute by minute. Brush, floss, use mouthwash and call Brighton Dental in San Diego for a free dental health consultation at (619) 359-6569.

Teeth Are Fun: Irish Or Not, Stick To An Oral Health Routine


If you have the luck of the Irish (and some Irish people don’t have it!), don’t tempt fate: Brush, floss and use mouthwash so that you can start your day and go to bed with a clean, healthy mouth. To see where your oral health stands now, call Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569 for a free consultation.

Teeth Are Fun: Is Something Eating Away At You?

If you don’t brush and floss before going to bed, the foods of your day could be eating away at your teeth all night long – and that means cavities, costly dental visits and other bad things. For a free consultation to see how much damage has been done already, call Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569.