Down Syndrome And Dental Care

Posted on: 17 December 2018

 If your child has down syndrome, then they will have some different dental needs and their teeth may not come in as they did with previous children. The information here is going to help you to know what to expect when it comes to your child's teeth when they have down syndrome. Expect delayed tooth eruption When your child has down syndrome, they aren't going to be on a regular tooth schedule with regards to when you can expect to see their first teeth appear, Usually, a child with down syndrome will has teeth that come in when they are around a year old.
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3 Tips To Recover After Dental Implants

Posted on: 12 November 2018

Dental implants are a great way for patients to be able to smile and chew like normal. If you have had to have a tooth pulled, or if you recently lost a tooth, then you may be wondering what you can do to restore your smile. Luckily, with dental implants, you can get back your smile and your ability to chew. During this procedure, your dentist will place a dental implant into your gums.
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Three Healthy and Filling Soft Foods to Try After Your Wisdom Teeth Are Removed

Posted on: 18 October 2018

Having your wisdom teeth removed may seem scary, but it's actually a fairly routine surgery with few complications. As long as you follow your oral surgeon's aftercare instructions, the chances are good that you'll be just fine. However, the recommendation to stick to soft foods for some time after the surgery can be daunting for some people, especially if you want to maintain a healthy diet and feel full after you eat.
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How You Can Protect Your Tooth Enamel

Posted on: 26 September 2018

The transparent coating on your teeth is known as tooth enamel, and it can become weak over time. Drinking coffee every morning or consuming other dark beverages can cause the enamel to turn a yellow color that is very unappealing. Acidic foods can also cause damage to the tooth enamel over time. Since any damage caused to tooth enamel will be permanent, you should know how you can better protect your tooth enamel.
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