Why Your Child Needs To Have Regular Dental Checkups

Posted on: 16 April 2015

It is important for your child to visit the dental office regularly if you want them to have the best teeth possible. In many ways, it is more important for children to visit the dentist regularly than adults, as kids grow and changes can occur rapidly. Keeping an eye on them can prevent problems. If you have not made the effort thus far to take your child for regular dental appointments, then read on for a list of reasons why you should:
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Can your broken tooth be fixed?

Posted on: 18 March 2015

You're playing tennis, when you're hit by the ball right in the mouth. Ouch. But you're okay, a little shocked but nothing a sit down and some deep breaths won't fix. And that's when you realise that your mouth feels different. Your tongue probes at your teeth and there it is, a broken tooth right at the front of your mouth, or a chip in one tooth or perhaps a tooth has been knocked out.
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The Solution For Stinky Breath

Posted on: 18 February 2015

It can be embarrassing and isolating to have bad breath. If your bad breath is a permanent issue and not just a temporary side effect of your lunchtime garlic meals, it's time to start figuring out how to get rid of the stinky breath. If you feel that you, or a loved one, have issues with bad breath there are some causes and solutions which can help you. Dental hygiene
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Preparing For A Child's First Visit To The Dentist

Posted on: 22 January 2015

An important stage in a young person's life is their first visit to the dentist. It is a good idea to take some time to prepare for this event, as the more enjoyable the youngster finds the experience, the easier it is to get into a good routine regarding proper care of teeth. Many people have an irrational fear about visiting the dentist, and this can sometimes stem from visits which they made to the dentist when they were small.
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