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How to Properly Floss Your Teeth
How to Properly Floss Your Teeth

Flossing 101: Why It’s Important, and How to Do it Easily Flossing is an important part of dental health. It removes food that is lodged in between the teeth and it keeps plaque from building up around the gum line, helping to prevent disease. Many patients may just think ...

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