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Sugarless Gum Makes Great Smiles for Super Summer Fun

May 30, 2017

Sugarless gum makes great smiles for super summer fun. Your child’s oral health care can benefit from additional services beyond brushing and flossing. Studies have shown that by chewing sugarless gum for a period of roughly 20 minutes, preferably after eating, it can produce saliva and help neutralize acids and prevent cavities. For more wonderful benefits that chewing sugarless gum can offer, see the list below:
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Do You Have a Broken or Misaligned Smile?

May 23, 2017

Do you have a broken or misaligned smile? Are you looking to upgrade your oral health this year in ways that you may not have previously considered? Did you know you can vastly elevate your smile by seeking out orthodontic treatments, such as braces, to ensure your teeth are as straight as they should be? Listed below is a set of frequently asked questions to help you gain a better understanding of the delightful benefits of braces:
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The Prevention of Tooth Decay in Children

April 27, 2017

Are you ever worried about your kid’s oral health? Do you ever think if there are other steps you could take to help your child keep their pearly whites strong and healthy? In reality, there are a number of things you should do to help your children stay healthy, especially if you’re hoping to help them avoid problems such as tooth decay.
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How Can You Tell If Your Child Is Teething?

April 3, 2017

Teething is a common condition that all children must face as they grow up. Our teeth are an integral part of our oral health, but they are grown underneath your gum line until they reach maturity and must erupt through the gums. Unfortunately, this process of breaking through the gum lines can be discomforting to your child, and potentially painful. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to help them.
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When You Should Help Your Child Pull His or Her Tooth

March 20, 2017

Have you heard that your children should have all of their baby teeth erupt above the gum line by the time they’re two years old? Would you be surprised to learn that most children start to lose their teeth a few years later—usually when they’re about six? Do you know what you might be able to do to help your little one’s tooth come out?
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