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11815 SW King James Pl #10
Tigard, OR 97224 Map
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Bull Mountain:
(503) 968-6101

11815 SW King James Pl #10
Tigard, OR 97224 Map
Mon - Fri 8:00 - 5:00
Bridgeport:
(503) 906-8600

18035 SW Lwr Boones Ferry Rd
Tigard, OR 97224 Map
Mon - Thur 8:00 - 5:00

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Water Flossers That Use Mouthwash Can Greatly Improve Your Oral Health
Posted on 3/25/2018 by Dr. Johnson
One of the most difficult parts of the oral hygiene routine for most people is flossing. All that string, the technique, and getting your hands into the back of your mouth can be difficult Why can't it be easier to get your teeth clean? Well, thanks to some new tools in the oral hygiene department, it can be easier. One of the tools you may want to look into is a water flosser. What is a Water Flosser and How Does It Help? A water flosser is a machine that uses a jet of water instead of string to floss your teeth. You hold the wand in your hand and move it to each gap between your teeth. You then use the water jet on that gap, and the water pushes the debris out, cleaning the space between those two teeth. You do this for each gap in your mouth until you have the entire mouth clean. One benefit that comes with using water flossers is that they have a reservoir that you hold the water in. There is basically a straw that pulls the water from that reservoir to your teeth. If you want to go with something other than water, you can use mouthwash instead. This gives you the ability to put something that is antimicrobial right between each of the teeth in your mouth. This can boost your overall oral health greatly when used daily. Want to find out what condition your teeth are currently in? Then contact us and set up your next appointment. If you have any part of your mouth that needs extra attention, we can point it out. Then, you can start using your water flosser, and we can compare the health of your mouth at your next appointment so you can see the benefits for yourself....
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All Posts:

Water Flossers That Use Mouthwash Can Greatly Improve Your Oral Health
3/25/2018
Types of Common Tooth Sensitivities
3/15/2018
Talking to Your Dentist is Important When Chewing Hurts
2/23/2018
Signs You Are a Nighttime Tooth Grinder
2/13/2018
Why So Many People Nibble on the Inside of Their Lips
1/25/2018
Why it May Hurt to Clench Your Teeth
1/15/2018
Setting Dental Goals You Want to Reach in 2018
12/23/2017
Protecting Your Teeth When The Flu Ravages Your Body
12/13/2017
Ways of Making Brushing More Fun
11/27/2017
Ways of Handling Jaw Pain
11/17/2017
Why You Shouldn't Be Drinking Sports Drinks
10/25/2017
Why Your Teeth Need You To Get Extra Vitamin D
10/15/2017
Even Before a Positive Diagnosis, You Can Reduce Apnea's Symptoms
9/27/2017
Breath Freshening Foods to Keep an Eye Out For
9/17/2017
The Dangers that Come with Cracked Teeth
8/25/2017
The Dangers of Not Treating a Cavity
8/15/2017
Fact vs Myth About Root Canals
7/30/2017
Drinks to Avoid for Lighter Teeth
7/23/2017
When You Need to Pay Attention to Wisdom Tooth Pain
6/30/2017
What are Dental Pit Stains and Why Should You Care?
6/20/2017
Ways to Get More Fluoride Into Your Body
5/30/2017
Ways of Protecting Porcelain Veneers
5/20/2017
How to Boost Whitening Effectiveness
4/30/2017
How Eating Acidic Foods for Breakfast Can Hurt Your Teeth All Day Long
4/20/2017
Oral Piercings and Damaged Teeth - How to Protect Against Chips and Breaks
3/30/2017
Best Foods to Eat to Avoid Developing Cavities
3/20/2017
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Dr. Joel Fast
Dr. Rod Johnson


Bull Mountain (503) 968-6101

11815 SW King James Pl. #10
Tigard, OR 97224



Dr. John Holland


Bridgeport (503) 906-8600

18035 SW Lower Boones Ferry Rd.
Tigard, OR 97224


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