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How To Keep Your Child's Teeth Healthy Through Various Stages of Development

New parents face a steep learning curve, but there are plenty of professional resources to help out. Don’t forget to rely on dental professionals who can guide you through various stages of oral development and help you to maintain your child’s precious s…
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Why Flossing Is Important

What you might not know is just how important flossing really is, especially if you want to maintain your oral health and preserve your beautiful smile as long as possible. Brushing simply isn't enough to keep your mouth clean, although it can certainly d…
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Toothbrush Facts

We know and love our toothbrushes as the tools that kick plaque to the curb, help keep cavities at bay (with the help of fluoride toothpaste, of course) and freshen our breath. But what else can we learn about them? Read on for some toothbrush facts.
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The Importance of Teeth Cleaning

You work hard for your money, and the last thing you want to do is spend it on fillings, root canals, tooth replacement, or other smile restoration procedures that could have been avoided with proper preventive care. It is said an ounce of prevention is w…
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How Often Should I Change My Toothbrush?

When left unchecked, bacteria will spread over time and infect your mouth, causing tooth decay and gum disease. What does this have to do with your toothbrush? As it turns out, a lot.
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Untreated dental disease can lead to serious long-term problems. The American Dental Association recommends all adults and children visit a dentist every six months. Whether you're a current or future client we hope to see you soon!