Three Simple Ways To Prepare Your Child For Braces

Posted on: 27 July 2015
A child who is ready to begin visiting an orthodontist to receive braces might feel a little apprehensive about the changes he or she will soon undergo. Although your child might mostly understand that having perfect, healthy teeth will offset any temporary inconveniences caused by the braces, he or she could still use a little encouragement. Whether you benefited from braces as a child or not, you can take a series of steps to ensure that your child embraces the changes head-on and that the transition is as smooth as possible.
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Tackling A Few Of The Most Common Misconceptions About Teeth Whitening During Pregnancy

Posted on: 2 July 2015
Being pregnant may be a joyous occasion, but it does come along with bodily changes that are anything but pleasurable. From ill-fitting clothes to feeling frumpy overall, you will likely be quite eager to make sure that at the very least, you can still show off a pearly white smile. However, there are not many women who will try to whiten their teeth during pregnancy thanks to some pretty common misconceptions.
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Five Foods To Eat When You're Recovering From A Dry Socket

Posted on: 16 June 2015
After a dentist pulls a tooth out of your mouth with a pair of orthodontic pliers, a blood clot will form over the exposed socket. If this blood clot clears up too quickly, bone and nerves exposed to the open air will cause great pain. Luckily, after you go back to your dentist and get a gauze to cover a dry socket, eating these five foods instead of messy junk food will help you to avoid pain.
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Foods That Promote Healing after Having Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

Posted on: 28 May 2015
Having your wisdom teeth removed can be quite painful and knowing what to eat after the surgery is not common knowledge to many people. While you should eat soft foods after having your wisdom teeth extracted, knowing which soft foods actually promote healing can make shorten your recover time. Here are the best foods to eat after having your wisdom teeth removed. Mashed Sweet Potatoes Many people choose to eat mashed potatoes after having their wisdom teeth removed because it is a soft, easy dish to prepare.
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