5 Healthy Habits for Your Kids’ Oral Care

When it comes to your family’s oral health, the healthy behaviors you model for your children have an effect now and as they mature. According to a 10-year study by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) released in 2013, parents worked to get...


Oral Hygiene and Your Teenager

Teenagers can be tough on their teeth. They may be so busy with school, jobs, sports and social activities that they don’t find time to brush. They also tend to eat a lot of junk food. Combine the two and you’ve got a situation ripe for t...


How to Treat Bad Breath in Teenagers

Bad breath is a common problem for teens and can be embarrassing in social situations. Treatment starts with understanding, so knowing the causes can help you learn how to treat bad breath in teenagers and prevent it from happening again. Also known ...


Get the Baby Toothbrush Ready

Whether you are a new parent or one who has been at it for a few years, you should do whatever is necessary to ensure that your child is happy and healthy. When it comes to oral health, you want the best for your child, too. Parents often have lots o...


Detecting and Treating a Cracked Tooth

Some dental issues such as a knocked out tooth or a broken crown are pretty hard to miss. And while you may think that a cracked tooth would also be difficult to overlook, the truth is that many people have trouble spotting this dental problem. To gi...


Flossing Alternatives On the Go

Flossing once a day is essential for healthy teeth no matter where you are, but you might not want to pull out 18 inches of floss when you’re on the go. If you’re on a red-eye plane, sprinting to catch a train, or running from meeting to ...



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