3 Things To Try When Your Child Is Afraid Of The Dentist

Posted on: 26 July 2017

Whether they had a bad experience with a painful dentist office visit, have had cavities in the past, or simply picked up a fear of the dentist from friends or family members, a child's fear of the dentist shouldn't be overlooked. By helping your child face and overcome their fear of the dentist, you will help eliminate their anxiety while also ensuring they get regular dentist checkups. Here are three things to try when your child is afraid of the dentist:
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Are Your Silver Fillings Making You Sick And Aging You?

Posted on: 30 June 2017

Although you probably won't go to bed at night without washing your face and applying a moisturizer, it's important to note that your teeth can have just as much of an aging effect as a few extra lines might. Silver fillings are one example of that, as their presence is hard to miss. Fortunately, tooth-colored fillings are a popular choice that minimizes the appearance of old cavities, and it has become popular to use them in place of silver fillings.
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Don't Have A Potty Mouth

Posted on: 25 May 2017

You probably do the best you can to take care of your teeth by brushing, flossing, and even using mouthwash before bed. However, it's also important for you to make sure you do what you can to prevent yourself from accidentally contaminating your mouth with nasty bacteria and germs that can make you sick. Not only is being ill bad for your overall health, but vomiting can be destructive to your teeth because the stomach acids that come into your mouth can eat away at the enamel.
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Why Flossing Can Seem So Hard At First

Posted on: 15 May 2017

Getting into the habit of flossing everyday can be tough, but sometimes it's more than a simple matter of willpower. If you've struggled to floss because of pain or because the floss gets stuck between your teeth, you could have a problem that requires a visit to the dentist. Read on to learn more about this and why seeing a dentist can help. Inflamed Gums If flossing hurts, chances are your gums are inflamed.
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