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Why is Oral Hygiene So Important?

Not only does oral hygiene keep your teeth sparkling clean, it prevents tooth loss associated with gum disease. Both gum disease and tooth decay are caused by bacterial plaque, a colorless film that sticks to your teeth – particularly along the gum line. The best defense against gum disease and tooth decay is an at-home oral health regimen.

How to Brush

Using a soft to medium tooth brush, position the brush at a 45 degree angle where your gums and teeth meet then gently move the brush in a circular motion using light pressure. When you are done cleaning the outside surfaces of your teeth, follow the same directions while cleaning the inside surfaces of your teeth. Finally, clean the biting surfaces of your teeth by using short, gentle strokes, changing the position of the brush to reach and clean even the deepest grooves. After you have finished, rinse vigorously to remove any residual plaque.

How to Floss

Start with an 18” long piece of waxed floss and lightly wrap most of the floss around the middle finger of one hand and the remaining floss around the middle finger of the other hand. Hold the floss tightly between the thumb and forefinger of each hand and gently insert the floss between the teeth. Bring the floss to the gumline and pull it against the tooth, then slide it into the space between the tooth and gums; move the floss up and down both sides of each tooth. Continue this process until you have cleaned all sides of your teeth (including the back of your rear teeth), occasionally moving the floss from one finger to another as it gets soiled. Rinse with water to remove any plaque or food particles that may have become dislodged. If you are new to flossing, irritation and sensitivity are normal; as you continue to floss and your teeth and gums become healthy, these symptoms will subside.

Choosing Oral Hygiene Products

The availability of oral hygiene products can make finding the perfect fit confusing. Here are some tips for choosing effective dental care products:
  • Automatic and electronic toothbrushes are safe and effective, but a handheld soft bristled brush is just as effective if used as prescribed.
  • Water Piks may rinse your mouth thoroughly, but they will not remove plaque. Brushing and flossing are the only effective way to clean the hard-to-reach surfaces of your teeth.
  • If used in conjunction with brushing and flossing, fluoride toothpastes and mouth rinses can reduce tooth decay. Excessive fluoride can be harmful if swallowed, though, so supervise children as they brush and rinse.

Professional Cleaning

Daily brushing and flossing is a good place to start, but only a professional cleaning will remove plaque and tartar from places your toothbrush and floss have missed. Keep your teeth for a lifetime by visiting our office as recommended by Dr. Braverman.

We strive to...


Treat each patient’s individual and specific needs

Provide our patients with the latest in cosmetic and general dentistry

Educate and encourage our patients on how to actively prevent oral disease

Challenge ourselves and our team to be the best

Insurance & Billing


At Dr. Kevin Carbonell, we make every effort to provide you with the finest care and the most convenient financial options. To accomplish this we work hand-in-hand with you to maximize your insurance reimbursement for covered procedures. Please contact our friendly team today to learn more about your insurance and billing options.

Why Choose Our Practice


Personalized Care


We will take the required time to properly diagnose your immediate dental concerns, review your past medical and dental history, and create a treatment plan that provides for your optimal dental health.

Flexible Financing Options


At Dr. Kevin Carbonell, we make every effort to provide you with the finest care and the most convenient financial options. To accomplish this we work hand-in-hand with you to maximize your insurance reimbursement for covered procedures.

Convenient Location


Conveniently located on N Military Trail, we are proud to serve the great people of the Boca Raton Community. Our goal is to acknowledge your personal dental needs and to make your first visit as comfortable as possible.

Our Satisfied Patients


We are so thankful to have such amazing patients who have taken the time to share their experiences on Google, Facebook, and other online sources.

"The entire staff is wonderful. The office is very clean and up-to-date. I also noticed they use all the latest technologies. All you have to do is sit back, relax, and get ready to enjoy your beautiful smile. Thanks!!"

J M
Review on Google

Rating: 5/5

Contact Dr. Kevin Carbonell: Your Dentist in Boca Raton


2500 N. Military Trail, #230 – Boca Raton, FL 33431

Mon: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tues: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Wed: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
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