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Ways to Prevent Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

July 28, 2017

Baby’s primary source of food is through a bottle, nevertheless, when and what you give your baby can affect their dental health. Even though they have baby teeth that will fall out, it is still important to take care of their teeth, to ready them for permanent, adult teeth.
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Your Summer Smile Depends on Optimum Oral Health

May 30, 2017

Your summer smile depends on optimum oral health. Your oral health care can benefit from extra treatments beyond brushing and flossing. Studies have shown that by chewing sugarless gum for a period of roughly 20 minutes, preferably after eating, it can create saliva and help neutralize acids and protect your teeth from cavities. For more sensational benefits that chewing sugarless gum can offer, see the list below:
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How to Pick the Right Toothbrush or Toothpaste for Your Child

April 27, 2017

Would you be surprised to hear that you should brush your kid’s teeth twice every day? Naturally, you’ll need to brush and floss, but have you heard that the toothbrush and toothpaste you pick for your child are important? Still, there are quite a few things you could do to keep their teeth as healthy as possible.
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Oral Care’s Effect on Health

March 15, 2017

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Teaching your children to care for their teeth is one of the best things you can do for them. Not only will this help keep their teeth free from decay, it will also benefit their long-term health. You should teach your child know from an early age just how important their oral care is to their body’s welfare. We’d like to show you some examples of just how intrinsically the two are tied together.
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Children and Fluoride

January 9, 2017

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One of the most common questions asked by parents regarding the health of their children is what can be done to help their kids have better oral health. While it’d be nice to be able to help them brush and floss every day, that’s just not always possible. In those instances, children aren’t known for being vigilant with their oral health.
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