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What Age Should my Child Have an Orthodontic Evaluation?
What Age Should my Child Have an Orthodontic Evaluation?

If you're a parent with young children, one of your primary concerns is ensuring your child's teeth develop normally. Although you may make sure your child practices good oral care habits, their teeth may grow abnormally, causing a crooked smile or an overbite. When this ...

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  • 4 Harmful Habits That Affect Your Teeth

    We all have a bad habit (or two). How many of your bad habits affect your oral health? If you are guilty of one of the bad habits listed below, ...

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  • 6 Tips For a Healthy Halloween

    Halloween is almost here, which means bags of candy and sweet treats are to follow. We know that this holiday is a tempting one — who can resist the ...

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  • What Causes a Swollen Gum Around One Tooth?

    The last thing you need to deal with is a swollen gum. However, if your mouth is red or swollen, your gums are most likely the main thing holding you ...

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  • Hair Care More Important to Americans than Dental Care

    This most likely surprises no one. According to a recent survey , Americans spend $100 billion annually on hair care products and only $2 billion on ...

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  • New Dental Resolutions for 2014

    With the new year, we’re sure you’re making a resolution or two for yourself that may include eating healthier, exercising more, or cutting back on ...

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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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  • 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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  • Poor Dental Hygiene Linked to Causing Alzheimer’s

    There’s been some discussion that poor oral hygiene correlates (not causes) with signs of dementia, which does make sense as hygiene in general often ...

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  • Vegetarians Have Healthier Gums, But Not Healthier Teeth

    As important as diet and nutrition are to dental and periodontal health, there have not been many studies on a possible correlation between the ...

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