Protect Your Teeth: A Dentist’s Guide by SouthEnd Dentistry

Protecting your teeth is extremely important, not only because your dentist will wag his or her finger at you if you don’t, but you can also prevent many kinds of disease by simply brushing and flossing your teeth on a regular basis.

Plaque buildup will not only rot your teeth and compromise tooth structure, but it can also fall back into your throat and enter your system, causing everything from heart disease to infection. Your mouth can be a breeding ground for bacteria and can cause all kinds of diseases.

Flossing is especially important to preventing these kinds of bacterial buildups because it removes plaque buildups from some of the most likely areas where bacteria flourish.

Protecting your teeth requires constant attention. The best way to consistently clean your teeth is to keep to a regular schedule. Flossing regularly is less onerous if you think of it as necessary as brushing your teeth.

You wouldn’t go to work without freshening your mouth by brushing every day; why forgo flossing as well? Make flossing and brushing a regular part of your morning and evening routine, and you will have to visit the dentist less frequently.

SouthEnd Dentistry is a Charlotte, North Carolina dentist’s office founded by Dr. Bradford Picot, who is committed to helping all of his patients with the least invasive treatments possible.


Dr. Picot tries to preserve as much tooth structure as possible when performing dental surgeries and restructuring. This practice allows patients to save on dental bills and make their visits to the dentist more effective.

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