Tag Archives: dental health

Improve Your Brushing Technique

When it comes to dental hygiene, brushing and flossing are some of the most important routines for your smile, yet they could possibly use a little improvement. Why You Need to Brush Twice a Day Brushing and flossing can remove … Continue reading

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7 Smile-Friendly Easter Treats for Your Kids

Easter holiday memories might be linked to candy, but these alternative Easter goodies could start new traditions. Here are some smile-friendly Easter gifts to fill the kids’ baskets with this year: Art supplies – Playing with chalk on the driveway … Continue reading

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A Pain in the Tooth: What to Do if You Suffer from Tooth Sensitivity

Do your front teeth hurt when you breathe in the cold winter air? What about when you warm up with a healthy Veggistrone soup? Does brushing and flossing make you wince? If you answered yes to any of these questions, … Continue reading

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Sugar Awareness Week: How to Triumph a Sugar-Free Diet

You might have joined us earlier as we participated in Sugar Awareness Week. Our useful posts are still available on Facebook. Eating excessively sugary foods can cause tooth decay. But the right diet can lead to a healthy smile. This … Continue reading

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Are You Using Your Teeth for the Wrong Reason?

Recently, I moved. The house is older, so instead of a closet, a six-foot section of wall is set back where a cabinet for clothing could go. The other day, my dad helped me install wire shelving. It was fairly … Continue reading

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In 1492, How Did Columbus’ Teeth Do?

In 1492 / Columbus sailed the ocean blue… Even today, you probably still have those two lines from Jean Marzollo’s poem memorized. Unfortunately, the poem doesn’t let us know about Columbus’ teeth. That’s ok, because we can garner some insight … Continue reading

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2014 Health Observances Blog Series: Children’s Dental Health

Putting your Kids on the Path to Good Oral Health   According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), tooth decay is one of the most common chronic childhood diseases — 5 times more common than … Continue reading

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