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What is a pediatric dentist?

By Dr. Laura Adelman and Dr. Rachel Rosen, www.clevelandjewishnews.com Does your child hate going to the dentist? What if you could find a specialist who makes it fun and easy? While many general and family dentists treat young kids, a pediatric dentist has specialized skills and training that will provide a positive oral health care experience and help set your child up for a lifetime of healthy teeth. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentists states children should see a pediatric dentist when their first tooth erupts or by age 1, whichever comes first. Starting dental visits this young can greatly improve a child’s chances of remaining cavity-free. It also helps establish a dental home between caregivers and dentists to help…

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Experts Asking Parents To Be More Active In Preventing Tooth Decay In Kids

BY DIANE MTETWA , www.moms.com Tooth decay can happen when the enamel of your tooth gets destroyed. If a tooth experiences enough decay, it can lead to cavities, which can be painful and then need to be treated. Cavities are something that many adults dread, but as a parent, taking your child to the dentist for a sore tooth may seem like an awful fate; one that you hope can be alleviated seamlessly. A major dental trial, conducted recently, looked at a variety of ways which tooth decay can be treated and you may not be surprised by their findings. It may seem as if the obvious is being stated, but during this study, researches were able to conclude that…

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With sugar season beginning, here‘s the cavity rating for popular candies

By Sarah Lindenfeld Hall, https://dailystockdish.com Your kids may be consuming a boatload of candy at the moment, thanks (or no thanks) to their Halloween take. But not all candy is created equal. The offers up this candy survival guide, which you might want to follow if you plan on popping a piece or two in their lunch box. It might just keep your kids cavity-free during this season of sugar — which seems to run from Halloween to Easter. Chocolate Chocolate is one of the most popular Halloween candies. Did you know it’s probably one of the safest, too? Chocolate dissolves quickly, and washes off your teeth easier than other candies. Dark chocolate is your best bet, as it contains…

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6 Terrible for your teeth foods a dentist wants you to stop eating

By: ERIN BUNCH, https://www.wellandgood.com If eyes are the windows to your soul, teeth are a surprisingly accurate window to your overall health. And the health of your pearly whites is mostly correlated to their maintenance. It takes quite a bit of diligence to keep them looking and feeling sharp (so to speak). Brushing, flossing, tongue scraping, and regular professional cleanings aren’t enough to keep your teeth in excellent condition. What you do to maintain a healthy smile is just as important as what you don’t, according to dentists. Avoiding certain foods and drinks that can damage your teeth is crucial. (See also: smoking/vaping, but I don’t need to tell you that, right? Right?!) Consumption of the wrong things can cause…

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#HealthBytes: Tips for great oral hygiene

By: Sagar Malik, www.newsbytesapp.com Your mouth is where you get all your nutrition from. It’s the first gateway your food passes from. And for that very reason, maintaining a healthy, long-term oral hygiene becomes vital for your overall good health. Not only is bad dental hygiene detrimental to your health, it also affects your self-esteem and confidence. So, for whiter, shinier, and stronger teeth, follow these tips: #1 Brushing Simply heading to the washbasin and quickly wiping your brush over your set of thirty-two won’t get you good-looking teeth. Brush thoroughly, up-down, left-right, and at the back of the teeth as well, for good 2-3 minutes, and rinse thoroughly after that. Further, you should look to brush your teeth at…

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7 Healthy Diet Tips For Glowing Skin

By: Sushmita Sengupta, www.food.ndtv.com Are you done with your skin and its dullness? Do you think no amount of products can salvage it from the damage? Are those beauty treatments also not reaping significant benefits? If yes, then you are not alone. All of us at some point in the day feel our skin is degrading.The lack of knowledge around the same is also another reason why we think it is the best idea to invest all our money and faith in beauty products. While we are not rebuking all products in the market, but one needs to understand that your skin’s health is determined by a lot of factors, which we do not take into account. Your diet, for…

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Quip toothbrush review: Is it better than brushes twice the price?

BY: SARAH MITROFF, www.cnet.com If you’re on Instagram, you’ve probably seen ads for Quip. The company created a sleek and simple toothbrush to get you to brush your teeth the recommended two minutes twice a day. Sure, there are plenty of electric toothbrushes you can buy (including ones trying to drastically reduce the time you brush). But what sets Quip apart is the design of its brushes — they’re slimmer and more stylish than most of the competition. Plus, Quip sends you replacement brush heads in the mail every three months. Good looks only get you so far though — are they enough to make Quip the right choice for your oral hygiene needs? I spent more than a month…

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Which Seven Foods Are Best For Healthy Gums and Teeth

By: www.menafn.com Gums are very important for your oral health, so you should consider them if you have an unhealthy diet. If you change a few of your eating habits, then you will be able to enjoy your gums staying healthy. Foods that are beneficial for your gums will be foods that contain calcium and phosphorus (think minerals to strengthen your bones aka teeth), vitamin D, vitamin C, and a high amount of water. Below you will find some specific examples of foods that fit this description. Onions Onions are strong enough not only to make you cry but to fight against the bacterial properties in your mouth, such as bacteria that can cause disease in your gums. Keep in…