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The Power of Prevention: Why Preventative Dental Care Matters

Maybe you’ve heard the phrase: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” But what does that really mean? For your child it could be the difference between regular visits to the dentist and extensive, costly treatments. Preventative dental care stops problems before they become emergencies. While most adults see the dentist once …

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Snacking All Day? Tips to Keep Your Teeth Healthy

One of the things we’ve found most challenging during these stay-at-home-quarantine times is the constant snacking that goes in our household–and not only with the kids but us adults too! Depending on what you snack on, the habit can be really bad for our dental health How Does Snacking Damage Our Teeth? The acid made …

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Protect Your Baby’s Teeth from Bottle Tooth Decay

It’s easy to forget that infants and toddlers need dental care too. Baby Bottle Tooth Decay can cause problems in any tooth, but the upper middle front teeth are most often affected. To protect your child’s smile, it’s important to visit your dentist for regular checkups and cleanings, but there are a few healthy habits …

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