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Getting ready to take your little one to the dentist? The American Dental Association recommends that children have their first checkup around the time that their first tooth comes in. This not only helps get them used to the dentist early, but also ensures that they’re not experiencing childhood tooth decay. Is …

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Years ago, there weren’t many options for toothpaste at the store. These days, it seems like there are too many options! From whitening toothpastes to formulas for sensitive teeth, it’s not always easy to know which ones are actually beneficial for your teeth. The good news is that as long as you’re brushing your …

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Our teeth are white. Over time, of course, they can become stained by things such as the foods and drinks we enjoy. Your teeth shouldn’t look transparent, though—if your teeth have a translucent quality to them, you’re likely seeing a bigger problem. Translucent teeth can happen slowly over time for a variety of …

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Losing a filling is an alarming feeling—when the filling is lost, it’s loose in your mouth and now your damaged tooth is exposed! While it’s important that you get your tooth repaired as soon as possible, here are a few things you can do in the meantime until that dentist appointment comes. The first is to get the …

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We all know that sugar is bad for our teeth. But what about juices that don’t have added sugar and are 100% juice? Many parents choose this juice for their kids thinking it’s the better option. Of course, juice is more nutritious than soda or energy drinks. However, how good is 100% fruit juice for your child’s …

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If you wake up tired or with a headache every day—or are a known snorer—you could be experiencing symptoms of sleep apnea. Sleep apnea happens when you stop breathing for short periods while asleep. Your body eventually jolts you awake so that you can start breathing normally again. You may or may not remember …

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Asking questions is an excellent way to find out more information about some of your most pressing dental health concerns. However, some people are too shy to ask questions or may not even visit their dentist often enough to ask them! Here, our professionals answer some of your most important questions that could …

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If you have a great smile, chances are you don’t think about it much. However, having an imperfect smile can cause a great deal of stress and anxiety. People often feel the need to hide their smiles when missing teeth, stains, or crooked teeth are apparent. Research has shown time and again that having a beautiful …

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Your diet directly affects your oral health. Think about it—your mouth is the first thing the food touches in your body! It makes sense that the kinds of foods we eat would be either beneficial or harmful to our smiles. If you’ve wondered which foods are helping and which are hurting, this list is for you. Here’s …

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Bruxism is the condition of grinding your teeth, something many people do during the night. Some people even grind their teeth during the day and may or may not be aware of it. Although common, this is a serious condition that can ruin your smile over time. Teeth grinding can lead to teeth that look abnormally …

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