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Back-To-The Dentist Tips!

Are your kids ready to go back to school? Make sure they start their school year right with healthy smiles. Here are a few tips to help ensure your family is prepared for the new school year. Fresh Start for Fresh Grins Kick off the school year with a fresh start for your child’s teeth!…

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Summer Vacation Dental Tips

Say hello to summer! If you’re planning a trip or vacation, remember to continue maintaining your dental health even on your trip. It might not cross your mind during your planning process but you wouldn’t want a toothache or dental emergency to ruin your fun. Follow these easy tips to keep your teeth in good…

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10 Signs You Need Emergency Dental Care

We all have aches and pains from time to time, but how do you know when your toothache or the pain in your mouth is something more and needs immediate treatment? A dental emergency consists of any dental health concern that involves bleeding, severe pain, infection, or a tooth that’s at risk of falling out.…

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Oral Health Clues – The Holidays are Stressing You Out

Photo by JESHOOTS.COM on Unsplash With the holidays in full force, it’s easy to let stress get the best of us. Long to-do lists and busier-then-ever schedules keep us running this time of year, leaving very little downtime. Did you know your mouth can show signs that you’re under stress? Here are four ways that…

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(Mouth)Guard Yourself Against Sports-Induced Injuries This Fall

The Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA) reports that up to 39% of all dental injuries are sports-related. If your child participates in any contact sports, it’s highly likely that they should be using a mouthguard. Experts note the importance of mouthguards in sports as a protective measure due to the unpredictability of when…

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Do This Before Summer Days Drift Away

For those of us with school age children, the last day of school will be here before we know it. The looming thought of summer vacation can easily put parents in a panic, turning May and June into a mad dash of signing up for swimming lessons, science camp, arranging child care, and maybe throwing…

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Teaching Kids to Brush Properly

First steps, first words, first day of school; these are all great memories that parents cherish for years. First tooth brushing, on the other hand, is generally not one of the memories we think back on fondly. And unlike other firsts, their first time brushing on their own is really more about all the lessons…

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