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How Parents Can Protect their Children’s Teeth from Cavities

According to reports from the Academy of General Dentistry, the dietary habits of schoolchildren tend to have a higher sugar intake that leads to a greater risk of cavities. The researchers conducted a 15-month period study and tracked the dietary habits as well as monitored the teeth of preschool children before and after the start  Full Article…


A Smart Toothbrush

Nowadays there’s an app for everything.  Everything is smart too – so why not your toothbrush?  Do you miss your mother telling you that you need to brush longer?  Are you worried your not doing it right?  Well, there’s an app for that.  Seriously. At the 2014 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas a  Full Article…


All On Four New Teeth In A Day

The confidence that comes from having a great smile is a great boost on many levels. Smiling more makes you actually feel better. Having the confidence in your own appearance boosts self-esteem and even posture. It also affects how you are viewed by other people, who naturally warm to a positive smiley person. However, for  Full Article…


Choosing Between Dental Implants and Dentures

There are several different options available for replacing missing teeth.  The top two choices are dental implants and dentures.  There are a variety of reasons why someone may choose one option over the other.  Having information about the two and discussing the options with a dentist can make the decision making process more comfortable.    Full Article…


Fogstops anti fog adhesive protection is a winner!

There is a new anti fog competitor in the game and it is Fogstops Anti fog adhesive protection.  It is exactly as the name implies.  It is an adhesive (tape) that you paste on the inside of your dental loupes and it prevents any fog from building up.  Unlike most anti fog solutions that last  Full Article…


The Part of Fluoride in Your Child’s Oral Hygiene

Your child’s oral hygiene  should really be provided particular attention particularly during your child’s first year or 6 months just after the appearance of his/her 1st tooth. It really is very common in children to swallow a little quantity of toothpaste when brushing given that they’re not able to spit out all of the toothpaste  Full Article…