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National Children’s Dental Health Month Prevents Cavities with Tap Water

February 16, 2017

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Tooth decay is the most prevalent – and preventable – disease in children, but drinking more tap water can help prevent cavities. February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, and this year’s theme is “Choose Tap Water for a Sparkling Smile.” National Children’s Dental Health Month is organized by the American Dental Association (ADA), and…
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4 Super Foods for a Mouth Healthy Superbowl

February 2, 2017

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The Superbowl is equal parts football and food. For most of us, it’s a time to gather with friends and family to observe a great game, and overindulge on tasty treats. But, a lot of the big-game snacks aren’t healthy for your body or your teeth. This Superbowl, try adding these foods to the celebration…
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Help Your Child Brush Their Teeth with these 4 Tips

January 19, 2017

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Tooth decay is the most prevalent disease affecting children under the age of five, yet it is almost entirely preventable. By brushing twice per day for two minutes at a time, children can significantly reduce their chances of getting a cavity, and help themselves earn a healthy adult smile. However, it can be difficult for…
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Four Keys to Avoid Cavities in 2017

January 5, 2017

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Happy New Year! 2016 is behind us, which means that it’s time to start 2017 off the right way – with a healthy smile! Below, we’ve outlined some important rules to follow that will help keep your family’s teeth healthy this year. 1 – Brush Twice Per Day Avoiding cavities begins with proper, routine oral…
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The Worst Holiday Food for Teeth

December 22, 2016

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The winter holiday season is upon us, and with it comes a slew of seasonal treats that make our taste buds sing – and our teeth sting! Unfortunately, some of our favorite holiday foods can wreak havoc on our teeth. Below, we cover some holiday treats that are terrible for teeth. Peanut Brittle Peanut brittle…
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The History of Fixing Broken Teeth

December 8, 2016

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Dental crowns – or sometimes called dental caps – are prosthetic devices places over broken teeth to strengthen and improve their appearance. Crowns are used to prevent weakened teeth from fracturing, as teeth replacements, or to cover a root canal, dental implant or a weak tooth. Crowns help keep teeth functional, and prevent improper bite…
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Three Thanksgiving Dishes that will Make Your Teeth Thankful

November 22, 2016

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The great feast is near! Thanksgiving is a time for families to gather in the kitchen, cook all day, and eat themselves into a food-induced daze. It’s a time of great tradition around America, that revolves around football and food. In the spirit of the season, we’ve decided to share some of our favorite Thanksgiving…
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Electric Vs. Standard Toothbrush, Which is Right for My Child?

November 10, 2016

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As your child begins brushing their own teeth, it can be difficult to choose the right toothbrush for their overall oral health. The market is flooded with products all claiming to clean teeth better than the rest. But, what about an electric toothbrush? Is it really better than a standard toothbrush? The answer may surprise…
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