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Parent’s Guide to Dental Visits with Less Stress

August 16, 2018

Getting your child excited about visiting the dentist can be tough, and many children feel stressed about visiting for the first time. Here’s how parents can help their children be excited for their first dental visit.  Show Your Child the Office Online  Before you take your child into a dentist’s office for the first time, take a few minutes to…
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Quick Tips for Keeping Your Night Guard Clean

July 26, 2018

Night guards are fantastic oral appliances that can help protect teeth from the damaging effects of clenching and grinding. But, night guards must be kept clean to operate properly. Here’s everything you need to know to keep your night guard clean and protecting your teeth!  Rinse First Thing in the Morning  After you wake up,…
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Sports Drinks May be Giving Your Child Cavities

July 12, 2018

Did you know that spots drinks like Gatorade and PowerAde are consumed by 62% of adolescents every day? Sports drinks are widely popular, and used by people of all ages. But, they are terrible for teeth, and can lead to cavities. Here’s why your family should avoid sports drinks for the sake of your teeth. Most Sports Drinks Have too Much Sugar  Unfortunately, sports drinks can contain more sugar than…
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The Perfect Menu for a Mouth-Healthy Day

June 28, 2018

A mouth-healthy diet can be a great tool for improving your oral health. But, altering your diet can take a lot of time and research. So, we’ve decided to help by outlining the perfect day of mouth-healthy food. Breakfast: Apple Slices, Mixed Nuts, and Milk  Breakfast is the perfect time to begin a mouth-healthy day of nutrition!…
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When is it Too Soon to Lose a Baby Tooth?

June 14, 2018

Baby teeth aren’t permanent, but did you know that it’s possible to loose a baby tooth too soon? Here’s everything parents need to know about losing a baby tooth too soon. It’s Too Soon When…  If your child loses a tooth before the age of 3, then you need to schedule an appointment with your pediatric dentist….
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All About Wisdom Teeth

June 4, 2018

Tales of wisdom teeth often sound like horror stories, but that’s not the whole story. In fact, wisdom teeth were once useful tools that helped ancient people chew and eat. Here’s what you need to know about wisdom teeth. What are Wisdom Teeth?  Wisdom teeth are the back most molars on each row of teeth, and…
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Sweet Treats are Fine for Teeth

May 10, 2018

A well-rounded diet is vital for healthy teeth and gums. Unfortunately, dieting means excluding some of your favorite sweets to improve your overall wellbeing. But, never fear: you can still enjoy certain sweet treats that promote a healthy mouth. Dark Chocolate  Dark chocolate might not strike you as mouth healthy – but it’s actually a fantastic…
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These Foods Destroy Oral Appliances

April 19, 2018

Caring for an oral appliance can be difficult, but it is absolutely imperative. If your oral appliance is not clean, then it won’t properly function. One way to keep your appliance clean is by avoiding foods that can harm it.  Nuts  Nuts are very hard, and can do real damage to oral appliances. Nuts can destroy rubber…
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Teeth & Tummies! 5 Foods that are Great for Tooth & Gut Health

April 6, 2018

A mouth-healthy diet can go a long way in helping your entire family improve their oral health, but can also better your general health as well. Here are 5 foods that your teeth – and stomach – will love.  1 – Probiotic Yogurt  Probiotic yogurt is an absolute must-have for those seeking mouth & gut health. Yogurt…
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4 Keys to a Healthy Mouth

March 23, 2018

A healthy mouth is something that parents can help their child attain right in the comfort of their own home. Here are 4 important keys to a healthy mouth for children – and adults! 1 – Maintain a Proper Oral Health Routine  Food debris left on your child’s teeth encourages bacteria growth that eats away at…
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