Develop & Maintain Good Oral Hygiene Habits in 2019

Maintain good oral hygiene habits with Dr David Buran in Powder Springs GA.If you’re like most Americans you brush and floss regularly and see your dentist for professional checkups and cleanings, and that’s a good thing! Developing and maintaining good oral hygiene habits is essential for having a healthy smile. However, like most Americans, you may be doing other things every day that can put you teeth at risk!

At Buran Dentistry we want to help you have the healthy smile that you deserve. Here are 7 behaviors that can cause either immediate damage to your teeth (like chipping and cracking) or damage over time (like erosion of the tooth’s protective enamel coating or gum recession).

Eliminate These Bad Habits

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Happy Holidays from David Buran

Wishing You the Best this Holiday Season

Happy holidays and seasons greetings from David K. Buran.We wish you and your family a warm and happy holiday season! Thanks to all of our wonderful customers who make our business prosperous. We want you to enjoy the holiday season safely and comfortably with your family and friends!

It’s the holiday season, and you may want to satisfy your sweet tooth with this guide to festive holiday favorites. Choose from sugar cookies to gingerbread men, biscotti to snickerdoodles, and more. Follow all the easy cookie decorating and baking tips. Your friends and family won’t be able to resist these sweet holiday cookie recipes.

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Floss or Toothpick – Which is Better?

Question: Is it OK to use just a toothpick to clean between teeth?

The short answer is No!

Which is better - floss or toothpick?The toothpick is a commonly used tool to help dislodge food from between your teeth. Toothpicks are handy, convenient and readily available. And while they are helpful in dislodging food from your teeth, toothpicks are not designed for dental cleaning and should not be substituted for flossing or brushing.

Flossing is the preferred method for removing food and plaque from between your teeth. Any plaque that forms and accumulates on teeth, which is not removed, will eventually cause cavities. The only trusted and proven way to eliminate plaque is by brushing and flossing your teeth. (more…)

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