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How to Floss Your Teeth
How to Floss Your Teeth

Did you know that if you floss your teeth as often as you should (once a daily) and correctly, you will use 122 yards of floss in one year? However, on average, only 18 yards are sold per person per year. That’s only 15% of what you should use a year! Step one, you need to ...

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Blog Posts in 2013

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    That’s right, it’s another blog post about how your dental health affects your overall health. And yes, it’s another blog post about how periodontal ...

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  • On Breastfeeding and Dental Care

    Breastfeeding is a hot topic amongst moms these days. We aren’t going to touch which is best for your baby, breast or bottle, as that is between a ...

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  • Sesame Street Shows Kids How Long to Brush Their Teeth

    You know you’re supposed to brush your teeth for two minutes. You tell your kids the same thing. Unless you keep an egg timer in your kids’ bathroom, ...

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  • What Does it Mean if the Baby Teeth Grow in Discolored?

    When your baby’s teeth grow in, they’re typically white or off-white in color. However, occasionally, baby teeth can grow in discolored. This could ...

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  • How to Tell if Your Child has Tooth Decay

    By about 7 or 8, you’ve most likely stopped brushing your child’s teeth for them, so you can’t instantly tell if your child has tooth decay or a ...

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  • Whiter Teeth with a Healthier Diet

    Last week we listed seven things you can do to get a whiter smile. This week, we want to focus on how by simply eating healthy can help you keep those ...

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  • Tooth Fairy is Giving More for Teeth in 2013

    With the economy a bit low, one would think that even the Tooth Fairy has fallen on hard times, but apparently, the low economy has made her even more ...

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  • Teeth Enamel Erosion from Soda is Permanent

    We’ve discussed the effects of soda on your teeth before, but it’s always good to refresh your memory on how harmful soda is to your teeth. Yes, the ...

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  • How long should I brush and floss my child’s teeth?

    Your toddler may be able to feed themselves using forks and spoons just fine, but that doesn’t mean they are ready to brush their teeth by themselves ...

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