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It's important that you maximize plaque removal every day through effective tooth brushing and flossing.
Read the article to learn how to maximize plaque bacteria removal between your teeth.

http://www.daytondentalsmiles.com/edmonds-dentists/blog/18261

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Mouth guards are mandatory in collision sports such as football, hockey and boxing where the risk of injury is likely. Find out more about the important reasons for mouth guards.

#mouthguards  

http://www.daytondentalsmiles.com/edmonds-dentists/?mid=blog&document_srl=18258

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A diastema is an area of extra space between two or more teeth. The two front teeth of the upper jaw area is where diastema is most frequently seen. Many children experience diastema as primary teeth fall out, though in most cases these spaces close when the permanent teeth erupt. Contact Dr. Flugstad today if you have a diastema.

#diastema  

http://www.daytondentalsmiles.com/edmonds-dentists/blog/18252

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So many toothpastes are on the market today, choosing one can be confusing. When buying toothpaste for your child, look for one that contains fluoride and tastes good. Some toothpastes also are approved by the American Dental Association (ADA).


#edmondsdentist   #pediatricdentistry  


http://www.daytondentalsmiles.com/edmonds-dentists/?mid=blog&document_srl=18249

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Bad breath can be caused by External factors, Poor oral hygiene, Dentures, Tonsils, Respiratory tract infections, and Dry mouth (Xerostomia)
Read our article to learn more about ‪#badbreath

http://www.daytondentalsmiles.com/edmonds-dentists/?mid=blog&document_srl=18243

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We're now offering early and late hours. Call 425-672-7272!

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What is Tartar? 

Tartar is a mineral buildup that's fairly easy to see if above the gumline. The most common sign of tartar is a yellow or brown color to teeth or gums. The only way for sure to detect tartar — and to remove it — is to see your dentist. 

http://www.daytondentalsmiles.com/edmonds-dentists/blog/18240

#edmondsdentist #tartar #daytondental

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