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Keeping Your Infant Safe From Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Posted by on Feb 25, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Keeping Your Infant Safe From Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Every parent wants their infant to develop healthy teeth and avoid periodontal diseases that would affect their oral well-being. Unfortunately, one of the most common causes of tooth rot and sensitivity in infants — baby bottle tooth decay– is often caused by poor feeding habits used by parents. While providing a bottle to your infant at bedtime can comfort them, it can also lead to early childhood caries that can cost your child their primary teeth. Read on to learn how a feeding bottle could harm your child’s teeth and ways to help keep baby bottle tooth decay at bay. How baby bottle tooth decay develops The problem starts when a baby is exposed to sugary liquids such as formula, milk and juices for extended periods of time, often during bedtime. As liquid from the feeding bottle pools in...

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Considering Removable Braces? Learn About Proper Care, Protection And Oral Hygiene

Posted by on Feb 17, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Considering Removable Braces? Learn About Proper Care, Protection And Oral Hygiene

If you are thinking about getting invisible braces, then you may be wondering how to keep them and your teeth healthy and clean. Knowing more about how your oral hygiene routine will change and how you will need to protect these braces may help you make the final decision to purchase and wear them. You can find the information you need to maintain your oral and dental hygiene (and how to prevent damage to these special orthodontic devices) below. Brush and Floss Your Teeth as You Normally Would (and Should) When you have invisible braces, you can brush and floss your teeth normally. Pop the invisible braces out and brush your teeth at least twice a day. Even though your braces will keep food particles from getting stuck between your teeth, food can still get stuck along the gum...

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