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Mouthwash Can Help Protect Your Oral Health

There are three steps to oral hygiene that we all hear repeatedly. Brush your teeth twice a day, floss regularly, and follow it all up with mouthwash. Brushing your teeth makes sense. After all, it’s literally brushing away plaque and food debris. Flossing gets in between your teeth and cleans out that pesky debris. But […]

Why You Should Consider Sustainable Oral Care

Our world doesn’t recycle enough to keep up with the thousands of pounds of waste produced. Plastic has become the most unsustainable resource on earth, creating massive destruction to ecosystems and wildlife, and many companies have been slow to work at creating more sustainable sources. Many of our toothbrushes in those landfills will take hundreds […]

Oral Health Risks Of Black Mold In Your Home

For many families, preventing cavities can be a huge challenge, especially for children who have excessive sweet tooths. Encouraging them to brush and floss each day, limiting their sweets intake, and making sure they visit their dentist regularly are some of the best methods we have to help protect children’s teeth from harmful diseases. However, […]

Dental Concerns Faced By Young Patients As They Develop

Children are always known to be resilient, and if they have baby teeth issues, most parents wouldn’t worry too much since those teeth will fall out anyway. But there’s a lot to consider when it comes to your kid’s teeth. Cavities are cavities, no matter the stage of the tooth. The consequences of untreated cavities […]

Recent Discovery Offers Hope Of A Cavity-Free Future

Since the first tooth was extracted, there has been an ongoing battle to eliminate the formation of tooth decay. This began with understanding the source of this process and then working to make it a thing of the past. So what is it that is responsible for tooth decay? Behind tooth decay can be found […]

How Glass Ionomers Can Help Partially Erupted Teeth

Preventing tooth decay comes in many forms, and for your children, practicing good oral hygiene is the best way to do so. But sometimes, those back molars can be super hard to reach and tend to collect more bacteria than most. Your dentist may recommend applying a sealant to those tricky molars to protect them […]

How Childhood Asthma Impacts Their Overall Oral Health

Childhood asthma can present numerous problems for that child’s health, as it is a serious condition that impacts all aspects of their lives. However, for their oral health, asthma can increase the risk of oral diseases such as cavities, gum disease, and ulcers because of the constant exposure and difficulties restricted airways bring to those […]

How Vitamin D Can Prevent The Development of Periodontal Disease

Image: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/preschool-girl-brownhaired-adorable-kid-holds-1410238736 As parents we’re familiar with the importance of Vitamin D in our children’s diets. A steady diet of Vitamin D and plenty of time in the sun ensures that their bones and teeth will develop strong and healthy. It also prepares them for the future, particularly in little girls, as it helps protect […]

How Colored Fillings Can Help Ease Dental Anxiety in Children

Early treatment for cavities is important for children – especially for those who experience fear from thinking about the dentist. Children with dental anxiety are more prone to developing cavities throughout their childhood, and providing those children with the treatment they need can be difficult, especially when it requires constant motivation and removal of those […]

Is Your Child Getting Enough Fluoride?

One thing that concerns many dental savvy parents is whether or not their child is getting enough fluoride. In the United States this isn’t generally a concern, as the water in most municipal areas has had fluoride added. Those who get their water from a well or who don’t drink city water may find themselves […]

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