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Oral hygiene habits start early. Print off this interactive brushing tool to encourage a good brushing routine for your child… WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY? Brushing your teeth twice daily can be a habit hard to maintain. Busy mornings and day-to-day activities can often leave oral hygiene in the backseat. But how did we initially learn how often
No one likes the dentist. It’s a little uncomfortable as we lie, mouth open, on the chair. But for some people, their dislike is much stronger. Why is hatred or fear of the dentist so common amongst adults and kids alike? And what can you do to address it? Keep reading to find out.
The root canal gets a bad rap – it’s feared more than just about any type of dental procedure, with the very words being enough to fill some adults with dread. In reality, it’s a very common procedure with patients rarely reporting a bad experience. Keep reading to find out key facts about the root
A trip to the dentist can be really scary for some children. Children who suffer from anxiety, sensory aversions or other issues may be uncomfortable and even fearful of a dental check-up. This can be overwhelming and disheartening for both the parent and the child. While all good dentists will make children feel as comfortable
If you or someone you know is having a dental emergency, it can be hard to know what to do. There may be bleeding or severe pain depending on the problem. Sometimes, the wait and see approach can do more harm than good. If you know what to do in a dental emergency, you are
There are many myths and misconceptions around flossing. While some people think that flossing is important to prevent future oral health problems, others may think that it’s unnecessary. So is flossing useless or even harmful to your teeth? In this article, we’ll separate fact from fiction when it comes to this important practice. MYTH #1