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Children's Dentistry of Trappe
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Did you know that kids don't have the dexterity to brush their own teeth until they can tie their own shoes? #DentalFAQ
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Dr. Woolf Krause, a dentist from Britain, began to fashion mouthguards for boxers back in 1892. When first introduced, the boxers objected, claiming that they were an unfair advantage. But by the late 1920's they were commonplace and still live on today! Protect your athlete's teeth like Dr. Krause did! #DentalHistory #ToothLove
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Whitening toothpastes can be too abrasive for kid's teeth. But everyone in your family can enjoy the natural tooth whitening that comes from eating more strawberries! Anyone else love them as much as we do? #DentalFAQ
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Thumb sucking can be a tricky problem for some children. While it is a natural comfort reflex, if carried on for too long it can cause dental problems. Here are some tips if your child is having trouble breaking the habit. #ToothLove
- Use positive reinforcement. A sticker on a chart for every day without sucking can go a long way!
- Occupy your child with activities that require them to use both hands.
- Engage them in the process by explaining why it is bad, what can happen, and your plan to help them stop.
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Avoid visiting us for an injury that a mouthguard could have prevented! Studies show that athletes who don't wear mouthguards are 60 times more likely to suffer oral injury. #DentalFAQ
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Always choose water instead of soda! Consistent consumption of soft drinks is the leading cause of tooth decay in older kids, teens and young adults. Sodas (even diet sodas) and sports drinks greatly weaken tooth enamel! #DentalFAQ
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The most recent developments in toothpaste technology are in their whitening abilities. Whitening toothpastes can help with removing surface stains, but deeper stains will still need a deeper cleaning to remove. Any toothpaste will be fine for your teen as long as it's approved by the ADA and they're using it for 2 minutes, twice a day! #2min2x
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