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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.

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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…

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Teaching Your Kids to Take Care of Their Teeth

Make the transition to your child brushing their teeth more easily with these tips to ensure your child’s teeth will remain healthy and free of cavities.

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Our experience of getting cavities filled at Burg Children’s Dentistry

About a month ago we found out that my 5 1/2 year old son needed to receive 4 fillings. I was more than a little nervous for him since we barely made it though his simple 6 month check-up. He is a little dramatic and there were some tears and screaming in that first appointment. This time I vowed to myself to take some precautions.

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Best Bedtime Snacks

Everyone from kids to adults have been guilty of craving that bedtime snack late at night. While we have heard time and time again that this isn’t healthy, there are some snacks that will be much better than others in terms of oral and all around health. Choose one of these next time the late…

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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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