Brushing With Toothpaste and Why its Important!!

Brushing with toothpaste is important for several reasons. First and foremost, a toothpaste and a correct brushing action work to remove plaque, a sticky, harmful film of bacteria that grows on your teeth that causes cavities, gum disease and eventua...

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Dental Anxiety Tips

If your child ever gest nervous just thinking about going to the dentist, they’re not alone. Perhaps they’re scared the visit might hurt or if they haven’t been in a while and aren’t sure what the dentist will find. Whatever their reason...

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Toddler Tooth Tips

Congratulations! Like most children between 3 and 6 months, your infant just received his or her first tooth. But as a parent, do you know how to take care of those teeth to ensure a healthy smile that will last a lifetime? Take your child to the den...

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Baby Bad Breath: How to Get Rid of Baby Bad Breath?

There is a myriad of things that can cause strange or pungent baby breath smells. Some can be remedied easily at home, and some are indicators of more serious issues that may call for medical attention: Ingesting smelly foods: This is usually the mos...

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What Is Dental Insurance?

What is the best dental insurance plan for me? Although there is no perfect dental insurance plan, some plans will be better than others for you and your family. Dental insurance plans primarily differ in how much you have to pay. Although no plan wi...

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Making Kids’ Dental Visits Easy and Enjoyable!

Many kids are afraid to visit the dentist, but parents can reduce their fear by finding a fun pediatric dentistry practice. Discover simple tips to make your child’s dental visits a pleasure, instead of a pain. Find a Fun and Friendly Kids’ Denti...

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Symptoms and Relief of the “Terrible” 2 Year Old Molars

One cause of “the terrible twos” is the emergence of your toddler’s two-year old molars. These last four molars are the final baby teeth to erupt and can be an unpleasant experience for children and parents alike. Since these molars are so larg...

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7 Ways the Pediatric Dentist Wants You to Protect Your Child’s Teeth

Children run a very high risk of tooth decay, which can lead to a lifetime of dental problems. Luckily, you can protect your child’s dental health with these seven simple steps. 1. Get the First Checkup by the First Birthday Dental experts strongly...

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Root Resorption: Complications, Causes and Treatment

Resorption is the body’s way of eliminating bone or other hard tissue structures. As the New Zealand Association of Orthodontists explains, resorption of the tooth root occurs when the body begins eating away at a tooth’s root surface....

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DENTAL HYGIENE

Proper dental hygiene is all about brushing and flossing, but there is also a lot more to making sure you have healthy teeth and gums. To keep your mouth healthy throughout your lifetime, there are many factors you need to take into consideration. No...

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The Top Five Dental Issues For Children

Just as kid’s oral care needs change as they grow, so do the potential dental issues they may encounter. Understanding what these problems may be can go a long way toward helping both children and their parents do what is necessary to prevent them ...

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Why Do Babies Suck Their Thumbs?

From the first few hours after birth, to adolescence to the time your child becomes an adult, parenthood is a whirlwind of experiences and emotions. For most parents, it starts with an adorable baby whose routine revolves around sleep and food. As th...

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