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Tooth decay and dental health

Tooth decay is the result of acids produced by the bacteria in your mouth that hurt your teeth and gums. The bacteria gather and form plaque. By allowing plaque to build up, you will experience a lot of dental problems, including dental caries, dental abscesses, and... read more

Are cavities genetic?

You love your kid. You feed her healthy foods, stay away from sugar, and diligently monitor daily brushing and flossing. And then, you take her to the dentist only to discover three cavities – and she’s only six! You can accept the blame for her frizzy hair and pointy... read more

Should you let your cialis kids chew gum?

Kids put things in their mouths. Car keys. Doll heads. Lots of things. There are some obvious no-no’s, but what about chewing gum? Like many matters concerning your child’s health, the answer isn’t as clear cut as you probably want it to be. There are some definite... read more

Mouth Sores in Kids

Mouth sores are a pain in the mouth. There’s no other way to say it. Mouth sores are not, however, created equal. In kids, there are a few main causes: Canker sores: painful, shallow ulcers (usually white or rimmed in white) on gums or inside of lips or cheeks. Not... read more
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