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Common Pediatric Dental Problems
By being aware of the dental problems that are more common with children, you can be more aware of not only the problem but the cause as well, more effectively preventing these issues before they can take root.
Book Molar Man at Your School!
Ready to teach your students how to brush and floss their teeth? Discover how you can get a real superhero to come teach your students about good oral hygiene habits.
Dental Problems Caused by Misaligned Bites
Learn more about the damage a misaligned bite can cause, and why you need to correct this problem sooner rather than later.
How Does Toothpaste Work?
We all know toothpaste is essential to clean teeth, but do you know how toothpaste works for your pearly whites? Take a look at the the best traits of toothpaste that make it an effective cleanser of our teeth.
Understanding Why Gums Bleed
Gum health is an extremely important component of overall dental health. Actively preventing gum disease and tooth decay is the aim of everyday brushing and flossing and regular trips to the dentist. One common occurrence is bleeding gums. This is more common than many people realize and is not always indicative of a problem, but…
How Does Sedation Dentistry Work?
For a lot of people, going to the dentist can be an anxious or even fearful experience. The use of sedatives can be necessary to help patients overcome this anxiety by relaxing them during an appointment. Sedation dentistry involves the use of pharmaceutical sedatives to relax patients with severe anxiety or intense fears of the…
Pacifiers and Teeth Development
Pacifiers are a popular method to help babies stop crying, but the risks to developing teeth is something that must be considered when giving pacifiers to children. Babies and young children are undergoing rapid teeth development, and are vulnerable to damage from anything entering their mouth. When the teeth erupt from the gums and begin…
Removing Your Child’s Baby Teeth
Your child’s baby teeth are not the final stage of their oral development. Over time these teeth will fall out and adult teeth will take their place.