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Life With Braces – Oral Hygiene

Life With Braces – Oral Hygiene

Oral Hygiene is very important to your overall health and especially for your gums, teeth and mouth while wearing braces.

In the second of her video series, Nicky S demonstrates the cool tools and applications she was supplied with by Beach Braces to ensure her oral hygiene stays a top priority while undergoing her orthodontic experience.


Nicky S. Life with Braces – Oral Hygiene

oral hygiene - mouth washRegular brushing and flossing can help keep your teeth and braces clean. Sometimes food particles can get stuck in the wires of braces and extra care is needed to clean them without causing any damage. An interdental toothbrush is ideal for cleaning your teeth between brushing to gently eliminate any small particles of food trapped between the teeth and braces.

Oral Hygiene Working Through the Night

Nicky also uses a mouthwash every day before sleeping. This mouthwash keeps working throughout the night and keeps her oral hygiene fresh. Nicky’s favorite flavor is… bubble gum! Yummy!!

We have a collection of Patient Care Videos to help you keep your oral hygiene at it’s best. To view videos about brushing with an interdental brush, flossing and many more ways of taking care of your life with braces click here.

Dr. Panucci of Beach Braces is a Specialist in Orthodontics for Children and Adults in Southern California, covering Manhattan Beach, El Segundo, Hermosa Beach and the South Bay area. Contact Beach Braces here.

Beach Braces 1730 Manhattan Beach Blvd. Suite B, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Phone: (310) 379-0006 

Life With Braces – Oral Hygiene

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Fun Facts About Halloween


For more than 2000 years, Halloween has been celebrated. It is a major festival that celebrates the beginning of winter and the end of summer. Traditionally, this might be celebrated with scary stories and plenty of singing and dancing around a big bonfire.

fun facts about halloween Fun Facts About Halloween

  • European immigrants celebrated the harvest with song and dance around a bonfire, and ghost stories, were the ones who brought Halloween celebrations to North America.
  • On November 1st All Saints Day is celebrated. This is a day for the Christendom saints who don’t have a special day in their name. On this day, Christians celebrate a mass known as the ‘All Hallow’s Mass, and the day before became known as Halloween.
  • Halloween celebrations, parties, and trick or treating is very popular in the US. The amount spent on Halloween exceeds 2.5 billion dollars yearly and that’s just in the US.
  • Orange and black are the colors associated with Halloween. Black represents darkness and death, while the orange represents the fall harvest.
  • Jack-o-Lanterns, were made with a candle placed in a hollowed out pumpkin or turnip were originally used to keep away the ghosts and spirits on Halloween.
  • The sale of candies for Halloween reaches approx. 2 billion dollars yearly, which means this is one of the most commercial US festivals.
  • Besides Christmas, there is no other festival where so much money is spent, as with Halloween.
  • Halloween is celebrated as the Day of the Dead in Mexico.
  • The world’s largest pumpkin, weighing 1446 pounds, was part of a Halloween festival in the province of Ontario in Canada.


This Is Halloween


What does the superstition say you will see if you stare into a mirror at midnight on Halloween?

Your future spouse


This Halloween, Beach Braces wants your candy. It’s OK, it’s for a good cause. Click here for more details.

Beach Braces offer orthodontic treatments for kids, teen and adults in Manhattan Beach, El Segundo, Hermosa Beach and the sorrounding areas. Click here to schedule your complimentary consultation.

Beach Braces 1730 Manhattan Beach Blvd. Suite B, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
TEL: 310-379-0006 Fax: (310) 379-7051

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