Bad Dental Habits Your Kids Need To Break

Posted on: 7 June 2016

No matter how many times parents remind children to brush their teeth before bed, few children love all the work that's involved in taking excellent care of their teeth. In fact, some kids can inadvertently develop some pretty bad dental habits that they need to break right away. If your kids have done the following, be sure to take action to help them develop new, healthier habits. Drinking Before Bed
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3 Potential Dental Treatments Needed When A Paramolar Is Present

Posted on: 7 June 2016

Paramolars are rare spare molars that grow alongside the traditional row of molars. The paramolars tend to be much smaller than the other molars but the small size doesn't mean the extra tooth can't cause some major problems. There are some potential dental care treatments that might be needed when a paramolar is present and causing problems for your other teeth. Braces to Treat Crowding Teeth grow into proper position following the path of the shed baby teeth.
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3 Dental Problems Associated With Cleidocranial Dysplasia – And How Your Dentist Can Help

Posted on: 7 June 2016

Cleidocranial dysplasia is a rare genetic condition that effects the bones and, as a side effect, the development and appearance of the teeth. There are a few different dental problems associated with the condition and the treatment method will depend on the combination of symptoms present. Here are a few of the ways a dentist can help treat the symptoms of cleidocranial dysplasia. Orthodontics for Crowding Dental crowding is a common symptom due to the late presence of baby teeth and the late emergence of adult teeth.
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2 Tips To Protect Your Teeth From Demineralization While Wearing Braces

Posted on: 18 May 2016

Demineralization is often the result of poor oral hygiene. Bacteria and food that are left on the surface of your teeth will create an acidic bath. This bath strips your teeth of the nutrients it needs in order to fight against infection and tooth decay. However, the demineralization process is common in people who have braces. This is a result of the fact that food and bacteria can easily get stuck in between your braces.
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