Protecting Your Family's Oral Health

Posted on: 12 March 2018

If your family includes people of various ages, a one-size-fits-all strategy for protecting your family's oral health may not be effective. People of different ages may need to focus on differing strategies, based on the individualized needs of their age group.  Here are several age groups and some of the dental challenges associated with them. Toddlerhood The teeth begin to present when a child is around six months old. As a result, by the time a child is a toddler, the youngster has multiple visible teeth.
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What Ingredients Can Help You Whiten Your Teeth?

Posted on: 11 February 2018

Plaque, lifestyle choices, and foods and beverages can all cause tooth discoloration. If you aren't happy with your teeth shades, you may be wondering what you can do. Thankfully there are many effective ingredients out there that can help you get a whiter, uniform smile. For Mild Discoloration, Use Toothpaste with Whitening Ingredients If you have very mild staining, then you may be able to see good results by just changing your toothpaste brand.
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How To Prevent Your Child's Growing Pains From Causing Problems At The Dentist

Posted on: 16 January 2018

Children are strong and agile, but even the healthiest child tends to experience growing pains from time to time. Bones grow and expand, joints move to accommodate them, and even muscles, ligaments, and skin have to build new cells to keep up with your child's growth. This is what leads to growing pains, and those growing pains can strike at inopportune times, including when you child visits the dentist. If you want to make your child's next dental appointment as comfortable as possible, give these tips a try.
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Kids Not Spending Enough Time On Their Teeth? 4 Ways To Help Get Them Motivated

Posted on: 13 December 2017

It's not easy to get your kids to brush their teeth long enough each day. Unfortunately, if they're not spending enough time brushing, their teeth are going to suffer. Not only that, but if they don't set a good dental hygiene habit now, they won't have one when they're older. That's why it's so important that they learn how to take time with their teeth while they're young. Here are four ways you can help your kids get in the habit of spending more time on their teeth.
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