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Packing a spring or summer picnic basket can sometimes be overwhelming. How do you balance bringing food and drink that are all portable, tasty and also healthy for you to enjoy on your special day outside? Well, before you start putting together those sandwiches and filling those thermoses, find out some of the best and worst foods for the health of your teeth here: http://bit.ly/1ED4imc
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Making sure your child eats a nutritious diet and drinks water that contains fluoride will help to prevent them from getting cavities. Check out these other cavity-free tips for kids. http://health.usnews.com/health-news/articles/2015/04/09/health-tip-five-steps-to-prevent-cavities-in-kids
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A new study suggests that chewing sugar-free gum for up to 10 minutes may be as beneficial as flossing. Find out more here and read before you chew! http://bit.ly/1DxYCGW
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Make sure never to “shrink” your at-home oral health regimen! Brush twice and floss once daily! http://oi59.tinypic.com/29bc93d.jpg
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Can you even imagine having a crown or replacement tooth printed and placed into your mouth, in office, within a matter of minutes? While technologies like CEREC have been around for years, giving dentists almost instantaneous access to fabricated replacement teeth, 3-D printers are creating more realistic, detail oriented and popular options for quick replacement production. For more information on this Science-Fiction gone Science-Fact idea and technology, click here: http://bit.ly/1I50Xyt
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It is typically recommended by our office, and many others, that every patient is seen for a dental cleaning and exam about every 6 months. But with every individual smile being different, does that rule cover everyone? And what consequences can you see if you decide to go over the 6 month mark without a cleaning? Find out some answers to all these questions and more by reading here: http://bit.ly/1D2aBKW
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One of the easiest ways to avoid dental dilemmas is to brush the teeth daily, twice, for two minutes each. Technique and timing are common problems we see our patients having in relation to their brushing habits, but there are more possible issues out there. Learn what they are and how to correct them in order to make your brushing regimen the best, by clicking here: http://huff.to/1I59CRu
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Promoted as a healthy sweetening substitute in products like sugar-free gum and more, Xylitol is supposed to stop bacteria from growing and be better for you than real sugar. Recent studies are showing, however, that maybe this replacement is not all it is cracked up to be. Read more here: http://bit.ly/1I58GwC
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Flossing: Just Do It (at least once a day).
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