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The Link Between Brushing Your Teeth And Heart Health

The Link Between Brushing Your Teeth And Heart Health

We all know that in order to maintain strong, healthy teeth we need to be brushing them twice a day. But did you know that by brushing twice a day we can also lower our risk of developing cardiovascular diseases? Well, this is what a new study is suggesting. After...

Water Flossing Vs Regular Flossing

Water Flossing Vs Regular Flossing

A common problem that dental hygienists and dentists see is a lack of flossing in their patients. Flossing is an essential step in good dental hygiene as it helps remove food and plaque that forms between the teeth and helps prevent gingivitis. Unfortunately, many...

Foods You Should Eat For Stronger Gums And Teeth

Foods You Should Eat For Stronger Gums And Teeth

Common tooth and gum issues such as decay and bleeding plague adults and children around the world every day. Of course, the best thing you can do is to make sure you brush your teeth every day with toothpaste, as well as using floss and mouthwash. While these are...

Apps That Help Kids Brush Their Teeth

Apps That Help Kids Brush Their Teeth

Most parents know that one of the biggest struggles in parenting may be getting kids to brush their teeth properly twice a day. The American Dental Association recommends that children brush their teeth at least twice a day for two minutes. Unfortunately, many kids...

How To Prepare Your Kids For Their First Dental Visit

How To Prepare Your Kids For Their First Dental Visit

Dental visits are a lifetime commitment to keeping your teeth and gums healthy, and the first experience with the dentist is the most important step for your children. Here are some tips for how to prepare your children for the initial appointment with the dentist....

Reducing Cavaties In Children

Reducing Cavaties In Children

Just like in an adult's teeth, cavities can develop in baby teeth as well. Tooth decay in baby teeth is a serious condition that if left untreated, can spread quickly to other teeth. To prevent dental decay from happening it's important to start proper oral hygiene as...

What to do When Your Child Loses a Tooth

What to do When Your Child Loses a Tooth

As a parent, when your child starts to lose their baby it can be a very exciting time. By the time your child is three years old, all their baby teeth should be filled in. Around the first grade or so, it’s time for the baby teeth to start coming out. Although losing...

The Best Toothpaste For Kids

The Best Toothpaste For Kids

An important habit to start at a young kid is brushing your teeth. This can sometimes be a difficult thing to get your children to do, but luckily there is a part that kids tend to enjoy. The toothpaste. A lot of kids even end up swallowing the toothpaste once they're...

Tips For Baby Teething and Beyond

Tips For Baby Teething and Beyond

A baby's primary teeth typically begin appearing between 6 months and 1 year and when they start teething it can be a pain not only for them but for the parents as well. You might notice that first tooth and panic, but there’s nothing to worry about. It’s an...