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Fun with Animal Teeth

It’s a fairly well known fact that beautiful teeth make beautiful smiles! We all know that those regular dentist appointments, healthy eating, and daily tooth brushing help keep our faces happy and our friends happier. Teeth are important, and trying to imagine life without them is just plain hard. This is truer than you might […]

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

A baby bottle may be a useful tool for a parent. Keeping your baby calm, or helping them get to sleep is important. What’s in the bottle is very important. A child’s teeth are delicate, and keeping them from decaying promotes good health for the mouth as well as the child’s developing organs. Here are […]

Tooth Sensitivity: What it Means and What You Can Do

You’re eating a scoop of ice cream or sipping hot chocolate, and suddenly your tooth hurts. Or maybe brushing your teeth makes you wince. These are common symptoms of tooth sensitivity, one of the most common complaints among dental patients. This blog will help you understand just what this common problem is and what the […]

Brush Up On Brushing

Understanding proper brushing technique is important for your oral health, especially if you are teaching young ones how to brush and want to establish life-long good habits. Whether you need a refresher yourself or your little one is starting to brush on his or her own, we have some great tips here to get you […]

Kids: Don’t Forget Your Gums!

When most people think about oral health, they consider their teeth and a sparkling smile. But your gums are an important part of your dental as well as overall health. Proper care of your gum tissue can prevent disease and help you keep those pearly whites for years to come! And you may think that […]

Should I Let My Toddler Use A Pacifier?

When your child uses a pacifier as an infant, it can be hard to know just when the right time is to stop them from using it as they grow. Especially when a child is very attached to his or her binky for sleeping or to cope with new or frightening situations, the thought of […]

Food Tips for Healthy Teeth

We all know that foods high in sugar and acid are bad for teeth, but did you know that some foods are actually good for them? Incorporating these dental friendly foods into your family meals can both fight tooth decay and prevent gum disease. Here are five oral health friendly foods! Almonds, Brazil Nuts, and […]

It’s Alive! Your Tooth, That Is!

People often wonder, “How does a tooth get to the point of infection?” It’s a common misconception that teeth are not alive. That belief leads to confusion about how teeth become infected. Because you can’t “feel” the part that you can see (the crown), many people think that their teeth are not alive. Yet, the […]

The 6 Tips Your Toothbrush Wants to Tell You

You already know how important I am to your oral health. That’s why you brush your teeth for two minutes twice a day. However, are you aware of how much bacteria lives on your toothbrush? Researchers have found that a single toothbrush can have as many as 10 million germs and bacteria! But, don’t let […]

Types of Facial Trauma

Injuries to the face and mouth are emotionally upsetting as well as physically damaging. It’s extremely important to have medical and dental care by experts who know how to address the psychological, medical, and aesthetic elements of recovery. This blog will cover the most common causes of facial trauma and the types of injures that […]