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National Children’s Dental Health Month

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Did you know that February is National Children’s Dental Health Month? You may be wondering what that means. The purpose of this month is awareness. Thousands of healthcare professionals, dentists, healthcare providers, and educators come together in February to bring and spread awareness to parents all over about the importance of keeping their child’s mouth healthy and teaching them good …

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How To Soothe A Teething Baby

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At around six months of age, teething is something every baby goes through and it can be difficult time for both you and your child. Babies that are teething tend to be quite fussy, as well as keep mom and dad awake most of the night. Even the calmest of babies can become quite rowdy when they are teething. You …

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How To Instill Good Oral Habits In Kids

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Getting your kids to take care of themselves can be a difficult task. Whether it is getting them to eat their vegetables, drink enough water, go to sleep at their bedtime, take a bath, or brush their teeth, you have to approach them the right way in order to instill those healthy habits into them. The best and most promising …

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How do cavities form?

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Cavities are one of the most common oral related problems that people find themselves going to the dentist for, and yet many of us don’t even really know how cavities form. Sure, most of us learn when we are kids what to do to prevent cavities, from avoiding eating too much sugar and candy to always make sure to regularly …

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When Do Children Lose Their Baby Teeth?

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When your child starts to lose his or her baby teeth, chances are, you are filled with a wide range of emotions. This is a rite of passage that every child goes through, signifying them growing up. For many parents, this is a bittersweet moment that you’ve been anticipating for quite some time. While every child is different, there are …