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Find the Answers to Your Questions About Oral Hygiene With Braces Here

Posted May 18, 2018

Braces are a strong and reliable appliance that can help you achieve the smile of your dreams. However, that’s only the case if you do everything you can to keep them in tip-top shape. If you have questions about oral hygiene with braces, caring for your appliance can be quite tough. So, our orthodontists encourage you to find the answers to your questions about oral hygiene with braces. To help you do so, [heshe] is happy to provide the answers to the following commonly asked questions:

Question No. 1: How often should I brush and floss my teeth?
Answer: It’s very important to brush after each time you eat. This can help you maintain clean and pristine teeth, gums and braces. You should also floss after each time you eat, but if you can’t, you should floss at least once a day.

Question No. 2: Why is oral hygiene important?
Answer: Oral hygiene helps you care for your braces, and when you care for your braces, your braces can care for you! You need a strong and functional appliance to achieve the smile you have always wanted. Oral hygiene also helps you prevent dental issues, like tooth decay and gum disease, which is very important during orthodontic treatment.

Question No. 3: Are there special tools to make oral hygiene easier?
Answer: Yes, there are many tools that can make cleaning your teeth, gums and appliance a bit more convenient. Some of those tools include water flossers, floss threaders and interdental brushes. Feel free to use them!

For more information and details about oral hygiene with braces in [city], [state], please contact [practice_name] when you have the chance. Dr. Skeet Burris, Dr. Travis Fiegle, Dr. Katie and our orthodontic team will be thrilled to give you the answers and help you need, so please dial [phone] now!