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Don’t Ignore Cavities in Baby Teeth!

According to research, around 42 percent of children will have at least one cavity from the ages of 2 to 11. Over half of children between 6 and 11 will have them! As a parent, it’s important to know what cavities in baby teeth mean for you and your child.  Read on to learn more about cavities in […]

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The Worst Foods That Damage Teeth

Beware the sweet tooth! Many of the treats you crave are the very thing that may cause that sweet tooth to be a problem tooth…or worse, one that is beyond repair! Temptations wouldn’t be called temptations if they were easy to avoid! Interestingly enough, many times troublesome treats that can harm your teeth are not […]

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Tooth Restoration Options for a Perfect Smile

Your adult teeth are with you for your entire life, so they experience a lot! Tooth decay and other more direct types of damage can wear them down over the years. It’s likely that you will need a little help keeping your smile in its best condition beyond just what you can do at home. […]

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Reduce Tooth Decay: The Latest Study

Have you read the July issue of The Journal of The American Dental Association (JADA)? If so, you’ve heard the latest news about the effects of beverages on plaque. The study was released in July 2013, and examined how beverage choice affected dental plaque in individuals. Details: The Study The University of Illinois at Chicago’s […]

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