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Do I Have Dry Mouth?

Not much saliva present in your mouth; is this a concern? Yes, a dry mouth means you have an inadequate flow of saliva. This condition is called xerostomia. It can be a symptom of many medical disorders and is a

My Child Was Diagnosed With Acid Reflux !

What can I do as a parent to help maintain my child’s teeth? Try to reduce the acid in the mouth by: • Limiting acidic foods and drinks like candy, carbonated beverages, fruit juices and refined sugars • Drinking plenty

Tooth Decay is a Disease

Tooth decay is a disease that  is caused by bacteria and damages or breaks down the enamel of our teeth.  Our enamel is the strong, outer layer of our teeth that provides the best protection against the harmful acids that

Fun Teeth Facts!

* it takes 17 muscles to smile BUT 43 to frown! * the average person produces a quart of saliva daily! *like our finger prints, everyone's tongue print is different! * tooth enamel is the hardest part of our bodies,

How To Get Rid Of Bad Breath

Here are some tips to help get rid of bad breath: brush at least twice a day, hundreds of types of bacteria live naturally in your mouth floss your teeth every day to remove the bacteria and food particles brush

Asthma and Inhalers

Asthma is a respiratory condition.  It  restricts air flow, making children and teenagers with this condition more likely to breathe through their mouth.  Saliva helps wash away harmful bacteria.  When the mouth is dry, it is easier for plaque causing

How to Get Your Child Interested in Brushing

Your child probably isn't too thrilled with tooth brushing as part of the morning or evening routine. It probably involves whining, struggling and maybe even tears. Tooth brushing shouldn't be that difficult, but for a child that just doesn't want

Tips to Keep Your Child’s Teeth Healthy

February is National Children's Dental Health Month! Here are some tips to keep your child’s teeth healthy: Brush 2 times a day with a fluoridated toothpaste Floss between any teeth that touch, even baby teeth Dental visits EVERY 6 months