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Children's Oral Health

Why Healthy Teeth Are so Important

Why Healthy Teeth Are so Important

Strong, healthy teeth help you chew the right foods which help you grow. Teeth also help you speak clearly and they help you look your best. Taking care of your teeth prevents plaque from growing. Plaque is a clear film of bacteria or “sugar bugs” that stick to your teeth.

The Unforgettable Journey

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The Unforgettable Journey

Families juggle an endless list of activities and commitments, and the pace isn’t likely to slow as the years go. Keeping the dental health, growth, and development of kids on track takes an ongoing commitment for busy parents. When it comes to straightening teeth, knowing the right time for treatment can be trickier than it seems. Learn more about the simple key to helping kids grow into a perfect smile.

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Soda, Sports Drinks and Teeth

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Soda, Sports Drinks and Teeth

Did you know that Americans drink nearly 45 gallons of soda and sports drinks on average every year? Teeth are made of the hardest substance in your body and withstand a lot of chewing and grinding, but sugar and acid from these beverages damage enamel.

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Could Your Child Be Going Back to School with Bad Breath?

Yep, kids get bad breath, too! And now they’re going back to school and spending long hours between brushings. They could be bad-breath offenders and not even know – but other kids will. And where there’s bad breath, cavities are sure to follow. Read further to learn how to keep your child’s breath smelling fresh with no chance of being labeled a bad-breath bad guy.

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