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Nov
29

Don’t Give the Gift of Tooth Decay This Holiday Season

written by CariFree

The holidays are here again. Time for Aunt Sue’s pumpkin pie, Grandma Christy’s pecan pie, Cousin Lucy’s sugar cookies, and on down the list. This time only comes around once a year, so it has to be enjoyed, right? The holidays are a time of enjoyment and indulging a little never hurt anyone; however, there […]

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Category: Miscellaneous
Nov
26

The Frequency of Sugar Consumption Linked to Cavities

written by CariFree

Sugar is an organic compound, but the white refined substance you are used to seeing is a compound known as sucrose. Sugarcane plants or sugar beets are where we get most of the sugar that we eat. It is a simple carbohydrate that does not contain the nutrients of more complex carbohydrates such as those […]

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Category: Miscellaneous
Nov
18

3 little known types of tooth decay in kids

written by CariFree

The teeth of young children need to be protected from the effects of tooth decay. According to the Times of India, there are three little known dental conditions that cause tooth decay in children. “Dental and oral disorders can have a profound impact on children, and the burden of untreated dental health problems is substantial.” […]

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Nov
10

Pediatric Dentistry Presents Unique Challenges for Patient Care

written by CariFree

Let’s face it: People often put off going to the dentist. Adults know better than that. But kids don’t. With the CDC estimating that more than 19% of children aged 2-19 have untreated cavities, it’s important to get your child clients to their semi-annual visits from a young age. Why? The CDC reports that “Tooth […]

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Category: Miscellaneous
Nov
1

Floss for your <3

written by CariFree

The American Dental Hygienists Association along with Dr. Wm. Wrigley, Jr. organized an effort to advance oral health making patients and consumers aware of oral disease prevention and how flossing relates to a persons’ overall health. It should be noted that the ADHA recommends using floss for daily oral care because it reduces the amount […]

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