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The Demmings Dental Blog

Read the Demmings Dental Blog for tips and advice on oral and dental care in Fredericton.

5 Common Myths About Flossing

There are quite a few myths about brushing and flossing that our Demmings Dental Group dentists often need to clear up. In general, most dentists recommend brushing twice a day and flossing once a day. Our Fredericton dentists debunk common myths about flossing and why daily flossing is so important.

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Brushing vs Flossing: Which Comes First

Most people know that it is best practice to floss once a day and brush twice a day to maintain oral health, but sometimes they are not clear on the finer details. Here, our Fredericton dentists talk about brushing and flossing in detail to protect your dental health.

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Your Child’s First Dental Cleaning: What to Expect

As soon as your infant has their first tooth, your child should be going in to the dentist for annual or bi-annual dental checkups. According to our Fredericton dentists, here is what you can expect from your child's first dental cleaning.

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The Importance of a Professional Dental Cleaning

Many people only visit their dentist when they are experiencing gum or tooth pain, but this is a mistake. Our Fredericton dentists explain below why regular dental cleanings are important to maintaining oral health.

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What are the components of a good brushing and flossing routine?

Brushing and flossing are essential to maintaining dental health, but they are not the only important parts. To help keep up the health of your teeth and gums, our Fredericton dentists have provided the following steps.

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Bleeding Gums When Brushing: Should I Be Worried?

Bleeding gums can be a sign of dental disease, which could require immediate attention. In this post, our Fredericton dentists explain how to treat bleeding gums and when you should be concerned about it.

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