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Oral Health

10 Ways to Keep Your Family’s Teeth Healthy When You Don’t Have Access to Dental Care

Stay-at-home oral care. With many dental offices around the country closed to accommodate social distancing, patients are looking for ways to keep their teeth healthy at home. Thankfully, you can achieve optimal dental care using the tools and resources right at your fingertips! Today, we’re sharing 10 tips to help you keep your smile bright […]

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Family

5 Self-Care Tips to Practice at Home to Ease Stress

Things are tough right now, and that means practicing self-care is more important than ever. The last couple of weeks have brought numerous changes to our daily lives, especially as parents. Schools and daycare facilities are closing, many parents are working from home, and shopping for essentials is tough. Ask the average parent how they’re […]

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Family

10 Things Your Whole Family Can Do In Together At Home

Cure your family’s cabin fever during self-quarantine. Even under self-quarantine, it’s a blessing to have spare time to spend with your kids. After the first few days, however, you may find yourself out of ways to entertain your family—leaving you with a gaggle of increasingly rowdy, bored kids. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways you […]

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Pediatric Dentistry

10 Benefits Of Choosing A Pediatric Dentist For Your Kids

Why go to a pediatric dentist?  From the moment they sprout their first tooth through puberty, your child’s oral health influences their overall health and development in so many ways. One of the best ways to ensure your child experiences the benefits of a healthy smile is to establish a relationship with a kids’ dentist […]

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Pediatric Dentistry

10 Questions About Kids’ Cavities

Answers for Parents from a Kids Dentist    Though they’ll eventually fall out, baby teeth are essential to your child’s immediate and long-term health, development, and self-esteem and should ideally be preserved until they’re ready to fall out naturally. Of course, life isn’t always ideal and cavities can happen—so what do you do if your child […]

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Pediatric Dentistry

Dental Care for Kids: Oral Care Guide for Parents

The best approach to cavities is prevention. At least 16.9% of American children between the ages of five and 19 have untreated cavities. If an average school classroom size is 30 students, that means that five kids are suffering from a cavity. When left untreated, cavities can transform into a larger dental issue. Sometimes, cavities […]