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Dentist 4U - Dr. Martha L. Alvarez, DDS
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February is National Children’s Dental Health Month and we want all of our patients, young and old, to know why taking care of your teeth gives you lifelong happiness and a bright, healthy smile! Help spread the word throughout the month by sharing this post and making sure that you’re always working to improve your smile! http://bit.ly/1OYVGbm
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They call him “Chewie” for a reason! http://bit.ly/1RRLqah
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Have you ever heard (or asked) the question: “Why do I have to brush my teeth?” Well, at our office, we answer it… a LOT. So today we thought we would share an informative, entertaining YouTube video that can help you answer it as well: http://bit.ly/1RT8s16
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With National Children’s Dental Health Month just around the corner, take a few minutes to review some of the most popular foods and drinks amongst our young ones, and how they can negatively impact their oral health: http://bit.ly/1RT8eHb
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Don’t forget to brush your teeth twice a day to keep your smile strong and bright! http://bit.ly/1W7SKxN
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Learn about tooth decay and how it drastically affects children’s dental health: http://bit.ly/1W7Orm1
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Sweets and treats are hard to ignore, but dental problems are even harder! Having a sweet tooth can severely damage your smile, so what can you do to fix it? Well, the answer is simple: limit your sugar intake. Click here to learn more about this study: http://nydn.us/1ZtIkhu
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No matter your style or your size, floss always looks good on you! http://bit.ly/1Pf6IbY
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Legislative bans have been in the news quite often recently, including the ban of microbeads- which are often found in whitening toothpastes. See what this newest ban has to do with the environment, as well as the future of your oral health care products, by heading here: http://nyti.ms/1Pf59L3
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Has your sweet tooth lead to the downfall of your oral health? Well luckily for you, scientists are now doing (mostly successful) research on identifying the hormones responsible for sugar cravings, and suppressing them. Find out more about these studies, and what they mean for your diet, by clicking here: http://nyp.st/1Pf4LMw
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