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4 Dangerous Daily Behaviors That Can Become Bad Dental Habits

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Taking care of your teeth is important, but sometimes bad dental habits can ruin your efforts. Learn how to cure bad dental habits before they get the best of your smile.

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The Best Dentist Recommendations for Caring for Kids’ Teeth

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Good dental care habits should be developed at an early age in order to give kids a head start on a healthy smile. Parents should take their kids to an affordable dentist and follow these expert tips to teach them to take care of their teeth.

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See Teeth Bleaching in a Whole New Light

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If you think that whiter teeth will help your smile look its best, then take a look at teeth whitening. This basic bleaching process can brighten your teeth with ease. To find the best teeth whitening method for you, check out this helpful guide.

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Preparing for Dental Braces for Kids – What You Can Expect

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Dentists refer patients to orthodontists for the treatment of misaligned teeth, jaw problems, and facial irregularities. Most problems are detectable when permanent teeth first start to erupt, but it may be best to wait until more teeth come in before starting treatment. Dental braces for kids are generally applied between the ages of eight and 14 when bones and teeth […]

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Cavity Prevention

Healthy Cavity Prevention Tips for Children

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Affordable dentists everywhere agree that helping young children establish solid oral hygiene habits early on in life can pave the way to a lifetime of healthy teeth and gums. Studies suggest that kids who get cavities in their baby teeth have a much greater likelihood of having cavities once they reach adulthood. Therefore, it pays for parents to take steps […]

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Don’t Let Gum Disease Steal Your Smile

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Gum disease or periodontal disease is caused by bacterial infection of the gums and supportive tissues that surround your teeth. It’s the number one cause of tooth loss in adults. The problem begins when a sticky, bacteria-laden film called plaque forms on the surface of your teeth. Mild cases, called gingivitis, may resolve with treatment, but aggressive periodontitis can result […]

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Brush Up on Brushing Your Teeth

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Brushing your teeth is one of the first things you learn about dental care, but after many years of the same routine, you may need a refresher on tooth brushing techniques. Brushing is essential for removing the plaque and particles that linger on teeth and lead to dental are problems. That’s why dentists say you need to know the best […]

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Dental Care for Babies, Toddlers, and Young Children

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Although the baby teeth are only temporary, good dental care is still important.  The tissue surrounding these teeth needs to remain healthy and strong to support the secondary teeth when they emerge. This means that it is important to start early, teaching your child the basics of brushing and flossing at a very young age. To familiarize your child with […]

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Sensitive Teeth

Why Your Teeth Are Sensitive and How to Cope

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Having sensitive teeth and gums is miserable. The discomfort can ruin your enjoyment of foods that are hot, cold, sour, and sweet. Routine dental care activities like brushing and flossing can be painful. In some cases, you may even experience pain when breathing in cold air. Fortunately, understanding the causes and treatments for tooth sensitivity can help you learn to […]

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Making Healthy Teeth Habits Fun for Kids

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Healthy teeth and gums are the result of diligent dental care and routine visits to the family dentistry office. But diligence to such habits doesn’t happen by accident. Children must be taught the importance of routine dental care and habits for healthy teeth starting at a very young age. Although the baby teeth are temporary, the care for these teeth […]

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