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Dental anxiety is not an uncommon problem, and Bow Trail Dental understands this! We always strive to keep the most welcoming atmosphere, and all are staff are experienced in helping our patients feel comfortable and at ease. https://goo.gl/L7iwSG
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You probably know someone from somewhere who simply doesn’t seem to visit the dentist very often, if at all. Perhaps their teeth are getting along fine, or maybe they swear by some other home remedy. Studies everywhere have shown time and time again that regular dental checkups are an essential part of a proper oral hygiene regime. https://goo.gl/bB9PdZ
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What causes dental anxiety, and why do some of us feel it while others do not? Many people may feel anxious or nervous when visiting the dentist as an unfortunate side effect of some other psychological trauma that they’ve had themselves, or perhaps heard about from elsewhere. https://goo.gl/RHtcO4
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Children love Easter for the sense of wonder and excitement, and that appeals to them the most. If you’re concerned about protecting your child’s teeth, consider taking to focus away from chocolatey goods and focus the fun onto other gifts. Most children will appreciate a cute stuffed bunny just as much, if not more, than a basket of eggs. https://goo.gl/x6oif3
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April is Stress Awareness month…Here are some #teeth to save your day!
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The dentist can be a scary place for newcomers and children. Most of the fear is due to pre-existing expectations instilled in us by some societal norms. Bow Trail Dental is here today to help break up those worries and show you why a visit to the dentist is quite the opposite of something to worry about https://goo.gl/qqgr2F
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The worst kinds of chocolate are those that will stick around for a long time on teeth after being consumed. Although sugar does not directly contribute to dental problems, the type of bacteria that its presence promotes definitely does. https://goo.gl/GZ8Wjy
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