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Keeping Teeth Healthy Means Limiting Sugar

Keeping Teeth Healthy Means Limiting Sugar

Start your children’s healthy habits off right by reducing sweets daily If there is one thing kids gravitate towards, it’s sugar. Unfortunately, sugar is found in many everyday foods, especially sweets such as candy, cookies, flavored yogurt and puddings. Plus, it’s...
Top Tips to Prevent Tooth Decay in Young Children

Top Tips to Prevent Tooth Decay in Young Children

Did you know that tooth decay is preventable? In fact, your baby is born with no germs in their mouth. But, germs are easily passed from yours to theirs when you share spoons, food or lick their pacifier. Do your best not to put things from your mouth into your baby’s...
The Importance of Baby Teeth

The Importance of Baby Teeth

Did you know that your child is born with 20 little teeth growing under their gums? The first one usually appears at about 6 months. Baby teeth help your child chew and eat, speak clearly and smile with confidence. They also hold space for your child’s permanent...
Is Fluoride Good for Children’s Teeth?

Is Fluoride Good for Children’s Teeth?

When you hear the word fluoride, you probably think about toothpaste. But what exactly is fluoride? What does it do? And as the parent of a little one, is fluoride good for children’s teeth? What is fluoride? Fluoride is a naturally-occurring mineral. In addition to...