July 6, 2017
Your mouth is home to harmful bacteria that live on tiny particles of food that get trapped on your teeth and gums. As they grow and multiply, they create a sticky substance called plaque. As this short video explains, that can lead to more cavities and gum disease.
Call our Norton Shores, MI dental office at 231-366-4182 to make your next appointment. Although brushing and flossing helps, you really need to get your teeth professionally cleaned to get rid of plaque before it becomes a problem. Then our highly experienced Norton Shores dentists can examine your teeth and gums to make sure they’re still healthy.