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The Effects Candy Has on Your Teeth

Sour candies are popular these days, but according to a study by the Minnesota Dental Association, some of these sour candies are almost as bad for your teeth as battery acid! Just a reminder to watch what you are eating … Continue reading

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Could You be Overlooking the Needs of Your Childs Teeth?

           Every parent worries at some point of time about how to protect their children’s teeth. Baby teeth are essential in the development and placement of your child’s permanent teeth. Primary teeth maintain the spaces where permanent teeth will erupt … Continue reading

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What Soda Can Do To Your Teeth

There’s no doubt that Americans like to drink sugary beverages , not just sodas, but sports drinks, energy drinks and fruit juices with sugar added. Beverage Digest estimates that Americans each drink 714 eight-ounce servings of carbonated soft drinks in a year — … Continue reading

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Avoiding Cavities from Halloween Candy

Halloween makes it easy to overindulge in candy and other sweets. With Halloween parties and trick-or-treating it is all too easy to find loads of sugary treats. While they may taste good at the time, they aren’t good for your … Continue reading

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