PRESS RELEASE: Phoenix, AZ, 02-AUGUST-2012 – Dunn Orthodontics, Phoenix orthodontists, and Dr. Matthew Dunn DDS are pleased to announce a variety of measures offered to patients who want to not only have straight and white teeth, but also teeth that are less likely to fall victim to tooth decay. There are both direct and indirect results when decay forms within the body of a tooth. Preventing such pockets of decay helps to improve overall health and reduce the likelihood of tooth loss.
There are several basic techniques that will help to improve tooth health. Cleaning regularly is the first line of defense. A person who brushes after every meal is less likely to have bacteria buildup on the gum line and tooth surface.
Flossing is just as important as brushing, perhaps even more crucial. Food residue and bacteria buildup between the teeth is harder to reach with a brush. Using floss regularly helps to loosen and draw out food particles that are between the teeth. This procedure is reinforced with a regular program of professional cleaning to remove plaque that remains.
Another key ingredient in preventing tooth decay is proper alignment of the teeth. Food must be thoroughly masticated before swallowing. The digestive process begins in the mouth. Saliva and digestive juices play a role in tooth health.
Learn more about the helpful tips to prevent the presence of tooth decay and tooth loss by checking out the web pages at https://www.dunn-orthodontics.com today. Members of the press and others who are interested in the techniques described in this specific press release may contact Dr. Dunn of Phoenix orthodontics clinic, at the location provided below.
Contact Person Name: Dr. Matthew Dunn, DDS
Company Name: Dunn Orthodontics
Address: Phoenix Office, 7550 North 19th Avenue #101, Phoenix, AZ 85021 or Litchfield Office, 5220 North Dysart Road #150, Litchfield Park AZ 85340
Contact Telephone Number: (602) 864-0004
Contact Fax Number: (602) 864-0070
Email: [email protected]
Summary: Dunn Orthodontics and Phoenix orthodontist, Dr. Matthew Dunn DDS, offer helpful tips to improve tooth health. When the teeth and gums are healthy and free of plaque, less likelihood of disease is certain.