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Your Pet’s Dental Health

YOU MIGHT BE TEMPTED to think that because wild animals can’t do much for their dental hygiene, pets like dogs and cats don’t need dental care either. In reality, keeping your pet’s teeth healthy will help them have a longer, healthier, and happier life! Why Do Pets...

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Nail Biting And Oral Health

WE CALL SUSPENSEFUL BOOKS “nail-biters,” but the habit of nail biting itself has less exciting connotations. The most obvious consequence is torn, uneven nails, and in particularly severe cases, nails that become dramatically shortened and deformed over time. This...

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Overcoming Dental Anxiety

MANY OF US, even though we know that going to the dentist is a safe, normal, and important part of life, don’t find it particularly fun to lie flat on our backs while someone pokes around our teeth and gums. For some, though, the very thought of visiting the dentist...

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Easy Ways To Improve Your Dental Health

  WE’VE ALL HEARD that if we want healthy teeth, we should brush twice a day, floss once a day, and schedule regular dental cleaning appointments twice a year. Definitely keep doing those things, but if you want to step up your oral health game, here are a few easy...

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A Guide to Pediatric Dentistry

A lot of parents might not be aware of when to start bringing their kids to see the dentist. It may be sooner than you think! Many parents do not bring their children to see their family dentist until they are well over 2 years old, far later than is recommended by...

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Tips to Prevent Tooth Decay

  Tooth decay is one of the most common problems dentists see among patients in general dentistry. Keeping up with good oral hygiene and also visiting your dentist for regular checkups can help aid in healthy teeth and gums. There are several steps you can take to...

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Is Your Tooth Brush Making You Sick?

The probability of your tooth brush actually getting you sick is slim to none, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t worry about the cleanliness of your toothbrush. Our toothbrushes are full of bacteria from brushing our teeth and can even collect bacteria by sitting in...

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