Mouth Sores: Caused By Student Stress?

Students have a high prevalence of canker sores or cold sores, yet the sores seem to appear less frequently after graduation, when stress levels are lower, according to a report in the November/December 2003 issue of General Dentistry, the Academy of...


What is Baby Bottle Tooth Decay?

Baby bottle tooth decay is caused by the frequent and long-term exposure of a child’s teeth to liquids containing sugars. Among these liquids are milk, formula, fruit juice, sodas and other sweetened drinks. The sugars in these liquids pool aro...


Children Oral Care : What you need to know!

Overview Take good care of your child’s baby teeth. They do eventually fall out but until they do, baby teeth play an important role in helping your child bite and chew food, and speak clearly. Baby teeth also save space for the permanent teeth...


The Tooth Fairy: Magical Mystical Teacher!

The Tooth Fairy Legend Celebrating the loss of children’s baby teeth is a tradition celebrated across the planet. The tradition was believed to have been started here in the United States around the turn of the century. The tradition of the Too...


Fillings Shouldn’t Be Feared

Fillings Fillings are needed when bacteria has entered a tooth and led to tooth decay. Your dentist will pick the proper filling material, based on several factors, to help restore your tooth back to the normal shape and function. There are many type...


What If My Child Has A Knocked Out Tooth?

If a art of being a kid involves rough and tumble play. But what if my child has a knocked out tooth? If your child plays out of doors or plays sports, knocking out a tooth is a possibility.  Losing teeth, whether permanent or primary should involve...


Easy Dental Tips For Parents

Keeping your child’s mouth healthy is an important part of being a parent or caregiver. Even if you’re a new parent or a seasoned caregiver, these simple tips will help your child’s mouth stay happy and healthy! Easy Dental Tips The...


Protecting Your Baby’s Teeth From Cavities

Protecting Your Babies teeth From Cavities Cavities are caused by germs passed from adult to child. Babies are born without the bacteria that cause caries, the disease that leads to cavities! They get the caries bacteria from saliva that is passed fr...



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