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Is your child afraid of the dentist?

Jan 09 2013

Think about it, do you remember your first trip to the dentist? Being absolutely terrified and your friends and family just seemed to make it all worse. It was a totally new place with scary sounds, objects and people. Children fear the dentist just as much as the boogieman living under their bed. Television and…

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Brushing Habits That May Actually Harm Your Teeth

Brushing your teeth seems like a fairly simple task right? Well, turns out that most people aren’t brushing their teeth properly. Anything from brushing too hard, too fast, or using the wrong type of toothbrush can be damaging to your teeth. So stop rushing through your brushing and learn how to correct those bad brushing habits.

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5 Foods to Grow Your Teeth Big and Strong

With everyone mentioning all of the things that are bad for your teeth, why does no one ever say what things are actually goof for your teeth?

Yes, we know that sugar is bad and should be avoided at all costs. The daily wear and tear of eating food can be detrimental to your teeth if you do not take care of them in the correct ways. What foods are actually beneficial to your teeth though?

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Top Three Habits That Damage Teeth

We all have unhealthy habits when it comes to our mouths. Nail biting, drinking too much soda and thumb sucking can be harmful to teeth but did you know that chewing on ice and brushing too hard can also be damaging? Here are four other habits that may be destructive to your teeth and especially…

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Top 3 Foods That Cause Cavities

Cavities are never a pleasant experience. If left untreated they can lead to serious dental complications. Knowing what foods may exacerbate tooth decay can help avert future oral problems. Sugar and Carbohydrates   Most people know that sugar isn’t the best thing for your teeth but most people don’t understand why. Bacteria in your mouth…

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13 Ways to Reward Your Kid without Candy

Jan 20 2012

It’s extremely popular to use candy as a reward for good behavior. Dispensing candy takes almost no effort and kids naturally love it. But it turns out that candy rewards can be very problematic: more than half of children develop dental caries before the second grade. Studies show that a child’s preference for candy increases…

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Can My Child Get Gingivitis?

Many parents may not realize it, but their children can get gum disease. Gingivitis is the beginning stage of periodontal disease and is the most common type found in children. Learn the signs, and discover how you can prevent your child from getting gingivitis.

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Worry No More! How to Deal With 3 Common Emergencies

Jun 08 2011

With daily care, your child’s teeth will grow in beautifully and normally. However, your Utah pediatric dentist knows all too well that accidents happen. Here are three common emergencies and how to deal with them immediately. My child’s tooth fell out! If your child is still losing her baby teeth, this is, of course, a…

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