Your Kid's Nighttime Dental Pain – Why Does It Happen?

Posted on: 20 August 2015

All day, your kids run around and fill their days with laughter and play. So, why is it that as soon as your head hits your pillow and you snuggle into your warm bed you begin to hear cries of pain coming from your kid's room? "Mommy, Mommy, my tooth is hurting!" Yup, it never fails. Why is it that those toothaches seem to get worse through the night? No Distractions
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3 Reasons Why You Should Not Ignore Your Chipped Tooth

Posted on: 3 August 2015

If you have somehow chipped a tooth, such as by biting into something hard or being involved in some sort of accident, then you might be putting off going to the dentist. However, you should never ignore a chipped tooth. These are some of the main reasons why. 1. Basic Things Can Be More Difficult If you have never dealt with a chipped tooth, you might not realize just how much it can affect your everyday life.
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After Your Teeth Whitening Session: 3 Types Of Foods And Beverages To Avoid

Posted on: 19 July 2015

Whether you had your teeth whitened for your upcoming wedding in two weeks, Monday's job interview or Saturday night's fundraising gala for work, you want to do whatever you can to keep those teeth as white and as sparkly as possible until that event comes and goes. The last thing you want to do is eat or drink something that is going to negatively affect the work that you just had done.
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Family Dental Care: 5 Tips To Help Prepare Your Child For An Extraction

Posted on: 25 June 2015

Visiting the dentist is scary for many people, especially children. If your family dentist has told you that your child needs an extraction, you are probably feeling overwhelmed and a little anxious. Tooth extractions are scary, but sometimes they are necessary to maintain good oral health. Telling your child that they need another trip to the dentist may not be easy, but you can make your child a little less fearful of the big day.
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