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Making Oral Hygiene Fun for Teens and Teenagers

Making Oral Hygiene Fun For Teens

MANY PARENTS mention how difficult it can be to get their teens to practice good oral hygiene. The teenage years are rife with junk food, soda consumption, and in some cases, an indifference to daily brushing and flossing. Although it may be challenging, motivating teens toward better oral health care is extremely important. For the teenagers of this generation, a
Brush Up on Toothbrush History

Brush Up On Some Toothbrush History

WITH ALL THE AMAZING technology we see today, it's easy to overlook the small wonders of the world—like the toothbrush! This small, but remarkable invention is the staple of our oral hygiene and health. Join us on a journey through time as we explore the way the toothbrush has changed across the ages! Ancient Civilizations Used Sticks to Clean Their
What Causes Bad Breath?

What Causes Bad Breath? Or Halitosis?

LET’S JUST SAY IT… bad breath is unpleasant. And yet we’ve all suffered from it. Sometimes, however, it’s worse than others. You may wonder, what causes bad breath? And perhaps more importantly, what is the best way to prevent it? Bad breath, or halitosis, can be caused by a number of things. Here are some reasons your breath may not

February Is Children’s Dental Health Month

THE CDC REPORTS THAT 1 in 5 children (between ages 5 and 11) in the US have untreated tooth decay. Not only should tooth decay be treated in regular dental appointments, it should be prevented! Tooth decay is 100 percent preventable with effective personal care and regular dental cleanings. In honor of Children’s Dental Health Month, we’re spreading the word about children’s dental health. YOU
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Vacation Tips From Your Dentist!

A vacation from work or school doesn’t mean a vacation from your dental health.  In fact, the change in your family's schedule and diet means that it is even more essential to be vigilant in maintaining those beautiful smiles.  Here are five pointers for a healthy mouth while you and your children are traveling or on vacation: 1. Get up