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Get Your Child Excited About Losing Baby Teeth

Posted by on May 19, 2014 in Blogs | 2 comments

your-childs-first-loose-toothIs it time for the tooth fairy to make their first visit to your household? Losing primary teeth can be an exciting and memorable experience for your child. At about age six, children usually have their first loose tooth and can often be anxious about losing their teeth. Reassure your child that everything will be okay, and that the process of loosing primary teeth is a normal part of growing up. If your child is frightened once their tooth falls out, show them how proud you are of them for being brave. Yet, many children are excited and view the experience of losing a tooth as a sign that they are growing up. No matter the case, it is important to make the moment special and memorable, and to inform them of the value of good oral health habits as their permanent teeth begin to arrive.

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More Pets = Less Stress = Healthy Teeth!

Posted by on Feb 2, 2016 in Blogs | 0 comments


Do you have a pet? Well, good news! Research published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that pet dogs can decrease stress levels in children, which can have a positive impact on oral health as well. If you’re looking for something to add to your family wishlist, make sure to include “cute puppies!”

How can dogs can improve our health?

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Pregnant women: check up on your teeth!

Posted by on Dec 4, 2015 in Blogs | 0 comments

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Although other aspects of health may seem more important during pregnancy, maintaining dental health is crucial for both the mother and the baby. Infections such as tooth decay and gum disease can have detrimental effects on the babies of pregnant women. Certain oral health diseases such as gingivitis and severe gum disease can become worse during pregnancy due to hormonal changes.

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Do You Have a Teething Toddler?

Posted by on Aug 3, 2014 in Blogs | 0 comments

The teething process is often an uncomfortable and challenging experience for toddlers. However, for some toddlers, teething can be painless! The severity of teething symptoms often varies from child to child. In general, your child’s first teeth may arrive any time between 3 months and 12 months of age. The first teeth to come in are usually the two lower front teeth, also known as the central incisors. In about 1 to 2 months following the lower front teeth, the four front upper teeth, also known as the central and lateral incisors, typically appear. When your child reaches about 3 years old, all 20 primary teeth may be present!

Primary teeth may seem insignificant because they’re temporary, but they’re key in the development of healthy permanent teeth. Your child’s primary teeth not only help  with chewing, but also with speaking clearly! It is important to start taking care of your child’s primary teeth as soon as they become visible.

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Could Coffee be Good for Your Teeth?

Posted by on Jun 30, 2014 in Blogs | 0 comments

Many people enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning before beginning a hectic day of work or school.  Whether you drink your coffee black or with milk and sugar, this caffeinated drink can possibly cause teeth staining and erosion.  However, recent research has shown that coffee could actually benefit your teeth as well.

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