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Look who got their braces off!!
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February is National Children's Dental Health Month. Check out the link below for some fun songs to help make brushing fun for your little ones!
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According to the recent piece in Parents Magazine, The American Dental Association now advises parents to brush their babies teeth with a fluoride toothpaste twice a day as soon as a baby’s first tooth erupts [the previous recommendation was to use fluoride-free baby toothpaste until a child turned two]. Your child’s dentist or pediatric dentist is a great source for information about this.
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According to Reader’s Digest the eight common mistakes people make while brushing their teeth include: not brushing their teeth long enough (the ADA recommends brushing for two minutes), brushing too hard, using an incorrect angle while brushing, using a toothbrush with bristles that are too firm, using a toothbrush head that is too large, using the same toothbrush for too long, not flossing regularly and not brushing twice a day with fluoride toothpaste.
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Have a great day!
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Happy Birthday, Amber! We can't wait to try your Hello Kitty ice cream cake!!
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Happy National Dog Day. Post a picture of your dog(s)!!
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Congratulations to all the runners who made the Abby's Angels Rainbow Run such a successful event. Thank you for the opportunity to let us be a part of this endeavor. Although it rained, we all know rainbows don't come without rain.
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Class III problems are also primarily genetic in origin. In this instance, the lower jaw and teeth are positioned in front of the upper jaw and teeth. This may give the impression that the lower jaw is excessively large, but in many cases the lack of upper jaw development is at fault. Several treatment options are available to correct a Class III problem.
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Class II problems represent an abnormal bite relationship in which the upper jaw and teeth are located in front of the lower jaw and teeth. Class II patients usually exhibit a convex facial profile with a recessed chin. In most cases, this relationship is due to inherited characteristics.
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