Oral Health   •   February 22, 2021

Should I Floss Then Brush Or Brush Then Floss?

We all are aware of the fact that two of the best activities for maintaining healthy dental regimen are brushing and flossing. But is there any special sequence for your oral routine? Well, latest studies, say ‘yes’! Research states that flossing before brushing may be the most efficient process. If you carefully wish to clean your dental plaque then this […]

Oral Health   •   December 22, 2020

Troubled Of Snoring And Sleep Apnea? Here Are Some Solutions!

SNORING:- Are you disturbed with bad snoring habits? Then, here’s what you can do! Snoring is caused when tissues in the back of the throat vibrate as air passes over them while sleeping. There are a few methods to deal with snoring. Few medical and few natural!  Some natural tips to cure Snoring: Reduce some […]

Dental Health, Dentistry, Family dentistry, Oral Health   •   September 28, 2018

If My Gums Bleed, Should I Stop Flossing?

This is a key question occasionally asked by patients at Expressions Dental Care. The answer, however, is “No!” Bleeding is probably a sign that you need to clean your gums more thoroughly—not leave them alone. It is practically impossible to clean effectively between teeth without using floss or an interdental brush. If you have never […]

Dental Health, Family dentistry, Oral Health   •   September 14, 2018

Dental Health in Reston: Is Grandpa Smiling?

How are Americans over the age of 65 doing when it comes to the dental health in Reston? The Good News: The rate of cavities in the elderly has decreased in the past thirty years. The Bad News: 25% of persons age 65+ have no remaining teeth Nearly 20% have untreated tooth decay 10% of […]

Oral Health in Reston: Debunking Myths

Today’s Expressions Dental Care blog post focuses on three dental-related myths prevalent in society. We feel that this might be a good chance to address concerns about oral health in Reston. MYTH: ALL SUGAR IS EQUALLY BAD FOR TEETH We all know that sugar increases our risk of tooth decay, but some types are worse […]