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Fluoride helps protect your teeth against tooth decay and gum disease. Fluoride can be good for you, but if you have too much of it at the wrong time, it can harm you and lead to dental fluorosis. How can my child get fluorosis?  Children who are eight-years-old and younger can develop dental fluorosis if […]

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Even though canker sores are tiny, they can affect your eating, drinking and overall happiness. Canker sores can make you cranky, but here are five treatments for canker sores that will get you back to normal in no time: Home remedies: If you can’t get to the store, try out what you have at home […]

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You want your child to have good oral hygiene, but after looking at the rows and rows of toothpaste, it is difficult to know which one is best. Here are five tips to help you determine which toothpaste will protect your child’s health and teeth: Once your baby starts teething, start brushing: As your child’s […]

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You finally got your teeth whitened and can’t stop admiring your new smile, but now you worry about how to keep them white. To help you out, here are six tips on maintaining your pearly whites: Drink coffee, tea and red wine in moderation: It’s hard to survive without your morning coffee, but to keep […]

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If you have braces, you might think, “Yay! I don’t have to floss!” But when you have braces it’s even more important to floss since it’s much easier for food particles to get stuck between your teeth and cause cavities. As we wrote about previously, flossing prevents heart disease, helps you live longer and avoid […]

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If you struggle with bad breath, you are always worried that someone might get a whiff of your smelly mouth. Bad breath can cause anxiety and frustration, but through a few remedies your bad breath and worries will be gone in no time. Here are the top five cures for bad breath: Brush your teeth […]

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If you are interested in saving money and staying healthy, getting dental X-rays should be a priority. Through dental X-rays, dentists can treat dental problems early on before they cause serious, complicated issues. Through dental X-rays, your dentist can see these types of issues: decay between teeth or in existing fillings bone loss infections in […]

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If you are on a gluten-free diet it’s because you struggle with adverse reactions to products containing wheat, barley, rye and other grains. After eating products that contain gluten, you may have gastrointestinal problems, aching joints, headaches, cramps, exhaustion or other issues. But did you know that having gluten sensitivity can also impact your oral […]

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The mouth is the most commonly injured area during contact sports. If your children are athletes, make sure you keep their winning smiles protected through mouth guards. A mouth guard covers the upper teeth to help prevent injuries to the teeth, lips, cheeks, tongue and jaw. Yet many kids and teens don’t like to wear […]

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When you visit the dentist, you may be surprised if you are told that you have a cavity. Since most cavities are painless, you may not know that you have tooth decay. Once the cavity reaches the underlying dentin only then may you feel pain. Once cavities reach this stage your tooth may have increased […]

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