Oral Health Care Fundamentals: Cavity Prevention

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During the holiday season, as with all other seasons, multiple risks exists to increase the likelihood of a potential cavity to arise. Cavities often occur due to poor oral hygiene or oral accidents or injuries, so it is important to always maintain proper cavity prevention techniques and follow necessary safety... Read more »

The Effect of Sugar On Your Teeth

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The holidays are here, and with them come a plethora of desserts, candy, and other sweets.  You probably know that a lot of sugar is bad for your teeth. But do you know why? Let’s talk about what sugar does to your teeth. The effect is indirect, but makes a... Read more »

Your Child’s Diet and Their Teeth

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Diet and oral health are closely linked. When it comes to your child, you should watch what she eats for many reasons, including to ensure that her teeth and mouth remain in good shape. This starts when she is an infant. Her bottle should contain water, milk or breast milk.... Read more »