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Zirconia pediatric crowns and veneered stainless steel pediatric crowns
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As summer comes to an end, and the start of the school year gets closer, don't forget to put your child's dental appointment on your to-do list! Check out these tips from American Dental Association to help start the school year off right with a healthy smile. http://bit.ly/1XpTDoT
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Fall sports season will be starting up just before you know it. Protect your child's #smile by making sure they wear a properly fitting #mouthguard! You can read more about the importance of mouthguards, here: http://bit.ly/17uFGh4
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In the summer, it is extra tempting to have sugary drinks like lemonade and soda. However, water is still the best option for #healthyteeth ! Here are 4 reasons why drinking water is so good for your teeth from our friends at American Dental Association: http://bit.ly/1SEEK0J
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Struggling to get your children to brush their teeth? This smart toothbrush may be the solution to many parents' problem.
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Approximately 1 in 3 children aged 6–8 has had at least one cavity or filling, and 2 in 3 adolescents aged 16–19 have experienced tooth decay.
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Although largely preventable, dental caries remains the most common chronic disease of children aged 6 to 11 years and adolescents aged 12 to 19 years.
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People who drink 3 or more glasses of soda each day have 62% more tooth decay.
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In one study, researchers categorized 19 different types of smiles!
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Babies are born with the ability to smile.
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Your mouth produces over 6,000 gallons of saliva throughout your life to aid in digestion and help keep your teeth clean.
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