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As a parent, you want to do everything you can to keep your child healthy. Well, a large part of their overall health has to do with their oral health. You may have many questions about your child’s oral health as they grow. When Should Dental Care Start? Proper dental care begins even before a […]

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If eating something cold like ice cream or sipping something warm like coffee causes you pain, you may be suffering from a common problem called “sensitive teeth”. Tooth sensitivity is caused by a number of things. Some causes include: Brushing too hard. Brushing too hard or using a hard-bristled brush can wear down your enamel. […]

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It’s important to brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes everyday, but it doesn’t end there. You also have to make sure that you are using a good toothbrush. You might wonder if you need a new toothbrush or not, so here are three signs for when it’s time to get a new […]

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Halitosis is a technical term for bad breath. It is fairly common and is often caused by the accumulation of bacteria in the mouth due to gum disease, food, or plaque. Unfortunately, halitosis is often recognized by others before the person who has it recognizes it themselves. Causes Experts say that at least half of […]

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We have always been told that brushing and flossing our teeth twice a day is the key to a white smile, but the food we eat can have a direct impact on the health of our teeth. Foods that are not healthy for your teeth include: Citrus fruits – although these are good for you […]

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What Is Plaque?  Plaque buildup is when a pale yellow film develops on the surface of your teeth in which bacteria rapidly multiply. What Causes Plaque? Plaque can develop for a number of reasons. For the most part, plaque is caused by bad habits. Some of these habits include: 1. Not Brushing Your Teeth On […]

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When you are pregnant, you are excited about the upcoming addition to your family, but also you are trying to adjust to your hormonal changes, which not only give you a roller coaster of emotions, but also impact your oral health. Because of your surge in hormones of estrogen and progesterone, they can exaggerate the […]

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You might think you only need to watch what you eat if you want to lose weight, but you should also be aware of what goes into your body for your teeth’s sake. Your dental enamel can be easily damaged if you eat or drink certain things. Perhaps you know that coffee and soda can […]

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Since childhood, most of us have been told that brushing and removing sugar and food from our teeth as soon as possible is a good practice for preventing tooth decay and the development of other dental dilemmas. As a result, some of the most dedicated and diligent of patients think it’s a good idea then […]

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There are many different toothpastes to choose from, which can make picking one out very difficult. What’s most important is making sure your toothpaste has the American Dental Association (ADA) seal of approval on it. This seal means the product has been tested, its claims are legitimate and its ingredients are effective. As long as […]

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