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Children’s Bleeding Gums

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Have you ever noticed that your child’s gums bleed easily? Although not always the case, excessively bleeding gums may be a sign of gingivitis. The first important step after noticing gum bleeding is to contact your dentist. If there is Continue Reading →

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How to Motivate Your Children to Floss

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Teaching oral hygiene to children is not always easy. It may take repeated sessions of brushing and flossing to help them understand things like how to hold a brush or floss, apply the right amount of toothpaste, reach all of Continue Reading →

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Preparing Your Child for a Trip to the Dentist

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For young children, visiting the dentist can be a scary proposition. Their visit may include a new place, new people, loud noises, and foreign instruments. Here at Bear Creek Pediatric Dentistry in Medford Oregon, we believe that a child’s visit Continue Reading →

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Best Drinks for Your Teeth

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There’s a lot of talk about drinks that are bad for your kids’ teeth, but now it’s time to focus on the positive. From standard healthy teeth drinks, to choices you’d never think of, here are the healthiest drinks for Continue Reading →

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Natural Teething Remedies to Soothe Your Baby

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Teething is a painful milestone that every baby will go through. While dealing with a fussy, cranky baby can put you at your wit’s end, there are ways you can help your little one get through this experience. The following Continue Reading →

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Holiday Food That Won’t Damage Kids’ Teeth

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Between Halloween and the holiday season, your children’s lives are filled with delicious treats. However, many of these treats, like sticky caramels and hard peanut brittle, are damaging for their teeth. The best tip is to choose sweets that don’t Continue Reading →

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Snacks That Damage Your Kids’ Teeth

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Every parent wants their child to live a healthy lifestyle, typically involving exercise, proper sleep and of course, a nutritious diet. However, many foods that are marketed as “healthy” are actually damaging your children’s teeth. So before you switch out Continue Reading →

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Helping Your Teen Take Responsibility for Their Own Oral Health

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As children grow up and become teenagers, parents usually have much less direct influence over their oral care. Adolescence means busier schedules and often less focus on oral care, often resulting in cavities and other dental issues. Though you need Continue Reading →

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Healthy Snacks for Healthy Teeth

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Kids love snacks, especially those full of sugar, salt, starch and other unhealthy ingredients. Not only are these snacks unhealthy for a child’s overall health, they can also cause major damage to their teeth. Snacks like cookies, candies, juice, potato Continue Reading →

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