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All Teeth Go to Heaven

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The Tooth Fairy is a childhood fictional character, similar to Santa or the Easter Bunny. When a child loses a baby tooth, they place it under their pillow, and the Tooth Fairy comes at night to exchanges the tooth for Continue Reading →

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Trick or Treat! Halloween Candy Do’s and Don’ts

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Carving Pumpkins, dressing up in costumes, collecting free candy: there is no mystery why Halloween is a favorite time of the year for the kids. There is no need to spoil the fun worrying about letting your children have candy Continue Reading →

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Fears and Fun of Losing Baby Teeth

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Kids usually lose their first baby tooth around 5 or 6 years old. However they can start as early as 4 or as late as 8 years old. No matter when that first tooth gets loose, it is a monumental Continue Reading →

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A Quick Guide to Avoiding Cavities

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No one likes the time and pain associated with cavities, especially children. Even though Dr. Dixon has many great options to help this process go smoother, cavities are still no fun. To help prevent these dreaded cavities here are five Continue Reading →

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How to Make Brushing Teeth Fun!

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  Are you tired of the battle to motivate your kids to brush their teeth? Brushing and flossing can be a breeze for parents and even fun for the kids with the right techniques. Here are some fun ideas that Continue Reading →

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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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