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Choosing A Dentist In Daly City

The American Dental Association offers some welcome advice for choosing a dentist in Daly City. We have already talked about how word of mouth is an important factor for choosing a dentist. Here are some things you should look for.

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Dental Questions? Kenneth Hovden DDS Has Answers

Everyone has teeth, and smart dental patients want to take care of their teeth. However, many dental patients in the San Mateo, Pacifica, and Half Moon Bay area need a place where they can review basic principles of dental health and get straightforward information about popular cosmetic dentistry procedures such as teeth whitening and veneers.

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Look For The Seal In San Francisco

When you go to a San Mateo, Pacifica, or Half Moon Bay drugstore or supermarket looking for toothpaste, mouthwash, teeth whitener, or other oral care product, make sure that it carries the seal of the American Dental Association. The seal is there to help you make the best choices you can for the products you need to keep your mouth clean and healthy.

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Use Five Fingers for Quick and Healthy Flossing in Daly City

This is a team effort. With the middle fingers wound up in the floss, the thumb and forefinger can grip and guide the floss into place. After curving the floss around the tooth into a “C” shape, and the up and down motions have wiped away plaque, then “unspool” the floss for a new section for the next tooth’s edges.

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