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Is Fluoride Safe For Your Family?

“Is fluoride safe?” I hear this question all the time. It is not surprising considering the confusing information available online. While some people claim that it is not safe to use, many dentists claim that it is necessary for dental health care. What Is Fluoride? Is It Safe? Let me start off by giving you …

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Give Your Kids the Life-Long Gift of a Healthy Mouth

Since one of our primary services is family dental care,  I treat entire families — from kids, to adults, to the elderly. One of the questions that I often get is when a parent asks me “Do I need to brush my kid’s baby teeth?” When to Start Brushing Baby Teeth I understand where they’re …

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How to Keep Your Body and Mouth Healthy During the Holidays

The Holiday Season is quickly approaching! Thanksgiving is almost here, and then December comes. From now until the New Year there will be parties, big meals, plenty to drink and desserts. LOTS of desserts. But before you start over-indulging yourself with all the holiday goodies, I want to talk about what all these meals can …

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How to Keep Your Kid’s Mouth Healthy During Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner, and you know what that means: cute kids in costumes, running from house to house, and when they get to the door, they yell “Trick or Treat!” Then, they get candy – LOTS of sugar-filled candy that will encourage the growth of bacteria and, therefore, cavities. You see, cavities …

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Should You Get Dental Sealants?

I’m often asked by the parents of my patients if their children should get dental sealants. Simply put, I’ll almost always answer “yes.” But, as with almost everything involving a patient’s oral health, the answer will also depend upon the patient. A dental sealant is a thin, plastic coating painted on the chewing surfaces of …

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