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Here are a few tips to keep your smile tip-top in 2019! 1. Brush twice daily, for two minutes at a time. 2. Visit your dentist at least twice this year. 3. Drink more water and less sugary beverages.
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If your teen has gums that bleed easily then chances are, they are not flossing. Another tell-tale sign is plaque forming between the teeth – where only floss can clean. Regular flossing and brushing helps prevents cavities, tooth decay and gum disease.
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Hermey the Elf didn’t want to make toys for Santa. Instead, he wanted to be a dentist, saying: I've been studying. It's fascinating; you've no idea. Molars and bicuspids and incisors...” We think dentistry is pretty fascinating too, Hermey!
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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! #ToothLove
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Did you know? There are dental super foods that clean your teeth as you eat them. High-fiber foods like apples and carrots clean teeth by scrubbing away plaque as they are being chewed! Eating more fibrous foods can help keep your teeth clean, and improve your overall health!
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Parents are often concerned about the nocturnal grinding of teeth, known as bruxism. The first sign is usually a grinding noise during sleep. You may also notice wear to the dentition. If excessive wear of the teeth is noticeable, then a night mouth guard may be recommended. The good news is, most children outgrow bruxism without treatment. If you suspect bruxism, we can discuss this at your next appointment! #dentalfaq
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If a baby tooth is lost too soon, it can lead to crowding of adult teeth, which can negatively affect bite alignment. The bottom line is that you should care for your child’s baby teeth as if they were adult teeth to help them get a healthy smile that lasts into adulthood.
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Bad breath can come about as a result of cavities, plaque buildup, or mouth sores. To help avoid bad breath remember to floss regularly and brush your child's tongue! Good dental habits go a long way! #2min2x
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Some families limit candy to a certain number of pieces every day, others allow a "free-for-all" for a few of days after Halloween. Whatever you decide, make sure your kids are brushing for 2 minutes, twice every day! #ToothLove
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