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Richmond Dentistry for Children
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Cheek chewing or biting can be the result of stress, boredom or even habit. It can lead tooth erosion, mouth sores and even jaw problems. If your child is having trouble with this, let us know! #DentalFAQ
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Water is crucial to your overall oral health! Drinking water washes away leftover food, dilutes acid, and keeps you hydrated to produce more saliva. Of course we all know saliva is your mouth's first line of defense against tooth decay. ‪#‎WaterIsAwesome‬ ‪#‎ToothLove‬
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Losing a baby tooth as a baby is very normal, but what happens if your 3 year old loses a tooth? It could be perfectly normal, but if a tooth comes out from a fall or some other type of accident, it could cause issues down the road if left unchecked. If you're not sure, give us a call! #DentalFAQ
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Did you know that toothbrushes are one of the most common items left behind when traveling? Don't forget your toothbrush ! #didyouknow #2min2x
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Did you know that Xylitol, the "tooth-friendly" sugar, can actually help strengthen your tooth enamel? In fact, gum-chewers who choose a Xylitol gum get an average two fewer cavities than those who chew sucrose sweetened gum. So if you're going to chew gum, now you know which one to choose! #DentalFAQ
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Never let a self-conscious smile get in the way of loving life! #ToothLove
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each your kids to brush like a Super Hero! Check this out: http://2min2x.org/kids-healthy-mouths #ToothLove
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Just like us humans, dogs only get two sets of teeth in their entire lives! They only have their puppy teeth for about 4 months and then they start to lose them and make room for the adult teeth. #DentalFAQ
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A recent study in the U.S. showed that on average, 31% of students aged 6 to 12 years old had reported absences from school due to dental issues. That's a lot of missed school! You can help bring the average down by brushing twice a day for 2 minutes and paying us a visit to catch any problems early! #2min2x
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For kids' teeth, at-home and professional whitening agents can sometimes cause tooth sensitivity. We recommend waiting at least until adolescence before considering tooth whitening. And we encourage our patients to ask us questions if you're concerned about discoloration! #ToothLove
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