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4 Worst Things for Your Teeth

92% of adults have cavities even though they are preventable. According to a survey by the CDC, this number of people between 20 and 64 have had tooth decay. It seems there is no shortage of ways to damage your teeth. Here are some of the worst things for your teeth. 1. Lollipops and Mints … Continued

Tips for Good Oral Health from your Family Dentist

Ideally, children should have their first visit to the dentist within 6 months of growing their first tooth. At any rate, it should be before their first birthday according to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. A good family dentist will also tell you this. Still, most parents choose not to observe this guideline. They … Continued

6 Possible Reasons for Your Teeth Sensitivity

The ability to enjoy tasty food and delicious drinks is one of life’s simplest joys. From a nutritious breakfast before work to a dinner shared with loved ones, eating is an integral part of our days and we often don’t think twice about our ability to do it. For those of us with sensitive teeth, … Continued

5 Dangers of Dental Tourism

You have a friend who recently returned from a trip overseas, and along with their new tan they’re sporting some extra white teeth and a spring in their step. Turns out their glowing smile is due to more than just their tanned skin: they saw a dentist in another country. They had their teeth whitened … Continued

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