For generations, the Tooth Fairy has left a small gift for children who tuck fallen baby teeth under their pillows. This charming tradition is the perfect time to help kids learn more about taking care of their teeth. Here are 5 delightful and inexpensive ways for families to welcome this magical sprite. 1. A receipt for
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If you’ve decided to lose a few pounds after the New Year’s Eve ball drop, you’re not alone. Weight loss is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions made every year. Making smart food choices, paying attention to portion size and exercising are the steps you can take to shed pounds, and these changes
Washington — The Action for Dental Health Act, legislation aimed at improving oral health and access to oral health care, is now law. President Donald J. Trump signed the bill Dec. 11. The final bill passed Congress Nov. 28. The ADA, which has championed the Action for Dental Health initiative since 2014, applauded the bill’s passage.
First and Foremost: Don’t Ignore Blood in the Sink! Blood means that inflammation is present, and that there is an avenue for bacteria to enter your bloodstream. Inflammation is commonly caused by high risk, disease-causing oral bacteria. Your Mouth is Like a Fish Tank Chris Kammer, DDS, past president of the American Academy of Oral
Today’s Optimal Care is Tomorrow’s Standard of Care The goal in the 3rd Era of Medicine is to empower patients to create health by bridging the gap between the standard of care and optimal care. Standard of care is medical testing and treatment that is proven beneficial. Optimal care offers diagnostic testing and treatments that
STEP 1: Scrape with a tongue scraper for 10-15 seconds STEP 2: Rinse with CloSYS or ProFresh (chlorine dioxide mouth rinse) for 60 seconds. STEP 3: Brush with a preferred (non- abrasive or non-whitening toothpaste) or ClinPro5000 as recommended, for 2 minutes, and floss thoroughly. STEP 4: Rinse vigorously with Listerine for 30-60 seconds. STEP
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