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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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What Foods are Good for Teeth?

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Good habits are important, especially for children. The habits we help form for our children can carry with them through their teenage and adult years. What foods are good for our children’s teeth? What foods should be consumed sparingly?   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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Dental Sealants for Kids

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For cavity-prone kids, going to the dentist can be a nightmare. Thankfully, dental sealants are a permanent solution to painful traditional fillings and can prevent cavities in kids and adults. Cavities are a common type of tooth decay in patients 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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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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Children’s Books for Healthy Teeth

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Here are some books that will help your child learn about the importance of keeping their teeth healthy as well as making it fun. Melvin the Magnificent Molar This book is from the perspective of a tooth, Melvin. He teaches Continue Reading →

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