Help Your Toddler Follow A Tooth Care Regimen

Posted on: 9 November 2017

If your toddler is beginning to show an interest in new foods and has a healthy appetite for the most part, following a tooth care regimen will help preserve the condition of your child's teeth. The tips below can be used to care for your toddler's teeth and will increase the chances that your child will have a beautiful smile for their lifetime. Make An Appointment With A Pediatric Dentist
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Serving Activated Charcoal Mixed With Food For Halloween? Maybe Not

Posted on: 11 October 2017

The trend of mixing activated charcoal with foods like bread, cheese, and ice cream has taken over social media, and this seems like the perfect way to prepare food for Halloween. However, it is possible to take a trend too far, and in the case of activated charcoal, too much could be less than good for both you and your teeth. Tooth Stains One of the immediate effects of eating a food like activated charcoal ice cream is the black staining that takes over your mouth.
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Veneer Treatment Mistakes That An Inexperienced Dentist Isn'T Likely To Make

Posted on: 14 September 2017

Common wisdom has it that you can minimize your dental treatment costs by seeking treatment from a dental school. This may work, but not for all dental treatments. For example, there are some veneer mistakes that an experienced dentist isn't likely to make when, but a dental student might make them. Here are some of those mistakes: Failing To Manage Your Expectations Veneers are mostly cosmetic dentistry tools, which mean people use them when they expect to improve their smiles or make their teeth more beautiful.
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How Your Dentist Screens You For Oral Cancer

Posted on: 10 August 2017

One important benefit of having regular dental examinations is that your dentist also screens you for oral cancer at the same time. This plays a major role in the early detection of a cancerous lesion so it can be treated while the cancer is still in the early stages. Here is a look at how the cancer screening process works. The Oral Examination When the dentist looks for signs of oral cancer, your entire mouth is examined.
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