Dental Floss: Which Type is Best?

Along with brushing, flossing is the most important thing you can do for healthy teeth and gums. There’s a variety of floss types to choose from. Which one is best for you? It depends. At Dental Care Today in Fishers, we’re using this space to summarize what’s available, and what might influence your choice of

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How To Beat Plaque

Plaque is that sticky, filmy stuff that forms on teeth. It is the main cause of tooth decay and gum disease. And that, in turn, is why the team at Dental Care Today in Fishers reminds all of our patients to brush and floss their teeth twice a day. Plaque is a biofilm that forms

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Have You Neglected Your Dental Health?

Brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day is something we stress to all of our patients, at Dental Care Today in Fishers. Coupled with twice-a-year checkups and cleanings, it’s the best way to maintain your dental health and beautiful smile. A good dental hygiene routine, something you do every single day without fail, is

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Regular Cleanings And Heart Health

Visiting Dental Care Today in Fishers for checkups and cleanings with the dentist every six months can seem inconvenient and unnecessary at times, but you may benefit in ways you never imagined. A recent study showed that people who had their teeth professionally cleaned at least once every two years were 24 percent less likely

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Is Tooth Decay Contagious?

This article from Dental Care Today in Fishers is about dental health, and the bacteria that causes tooth decay. Your mouth has a thriving community of bacteria. There are from 200-300 types. But relatively few cause cavities. Bacteria that cause tooth decay are in the mutans streptococcus family. The bacteria mix with sugar. This mixture

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Protect Those Nooks And Crannies

At Dental Care Today in Fishers, we are devoted to the dental health of each of our patients. To that end we remind everyone to brush and floss twice a day. There are some places, however, where enamel damage can occur even with dedicated oral hygiene. The very back of the mouth, where the premolars and

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The Value of Dental Health

At Dental Care Today in Fishers, we place a lot of importance on the dental health of each and every one of our patients. Too often dental health is not taken very seriously, even by people who should know better. In this post, we are going to review some of the most important reasons for

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Floss Pick Facts For Fishers

For the best dental health, one thing you need to do is keep your teeth as clean as possible. That means brushing and flossing on a regular basis. At Dental Care Today in Fishers, we know a lot of our patients are looking for convenience. That’s why many of them turn to floss picks instead

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The ADA: Promoting Dental Health Since 1859

This blog post from Dental Care Today in Fishers is about the American Dental Association. You have probably seen the ADA symbol on toothpaste and floss—but what else do you know about this dental institution? The ADA’s self-proclaimed purpose is to improve the level of public oral health by supporting dentistry through not-for-profit federal, state,

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Smart Brushing Beats Aggressive Brushing

Most people brush their teeth (at least we hope so). However, there are many who brush improperly, not realizing it contributes to to dental health problems. The team at Dental Care Today in Fishers can help with that. Many people pride themselves on their oral hygiene habits, but frequency does not make up for incorrect

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