Should My Child Get Dental Sealants to Protect Their Teeth?

| 27/09/17

From getting candy at school as a special treat to after school snacks with friends to simply what they eat at home—there are lots of foods and drinks that can make plaque in your child’s teeth worse. Even with rigorous daily dental hygiene, it can be difficult to keep plaque

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Why a Custom Mouthguard is Better For Athletes

| 17/07/15

While sports are fun and a great way to stay in shape, they can also present very real dangers to the body. Each year, numerous injuries occur without the use of proper safety gear, including the new and improved custom mouthguards made to provide maximum dental protection in sports. Do

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5 Questions to Ask At Your Child’s First Dental Exam

| 26/01/15

Taking your child in for their first dental visit can be intimidating- it’s a new experience for both of you! Coming prepared because you know what to expect and which questions to ask your dentist can ease the stress. Let us help prepare you and your child for amazing results

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3 Benefits of Chewing Sugar-Free Gum That You May not Have Known About

| 12/08/14

Most people grab a piece of gum after a meal, to curb a craving, or just to fight boredom. The type of gum that you choose can have huge benefits (or risks) when it comes to your teeth. Gum that contains sugar can cause cavities to develop deep within the

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5 Ways to Keep Your Child’s Smile Healthy During Halloween

| 23/10/13

After finding the perfect costume for your children, Halloween pretty much revolves around collecting and eating candy or other sugary sweets. This may seem like a dentist’s worst nightmare, especially if your child has a history of tooth decay. While it may seem impossible to completely avoid candy at all

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Avoid Common Mistakes When Preparing Your Child for the Dentist

| 21/05/13

One in four children develop a cavity prior to their fourth birthday.  Taking a child to the dentist can be an intimidating process for the child, and a frustrating process for the parent.  A positive experience at the dentist office can go a long way in setting up a child

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