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Baby Dental – Two Cavities

Apr. 15th 2022

My son is three years old and already had two cavities.  I am a little lost as to why.  I make sure he brushes is teeth after breakfast and diner.  I even floss his teeth for him at night before going to bed. Making him rinse out his mouth afterwords.

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Baby Dental – Crooked Baby Teeth

Apr. 6th 2022

Question: My son baby teeth are mostly all in and they seem a little crooked to me. I am wondering if your child has crooked baby teeth, does it mean they will have crooked adult teeth as the adult teeth start to come in?

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When Should You Start Dental Care for Your Baby? – Baby Dental

Dec. 3rd 2021

According to the ADA (America Dental Association) it is recommended your baby’s first dental visit take place within six months after the first tooth appears, but no later than a child’s first birthday. Don not wait for them to start school or until there is a dental emergency.

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Dental Insurance That Lets You Keep Your Own Dentist. 

Oct. 2nd 2021

Once you find a dentist and or dental office you like and trust it can be very difficult to change providers just because you also want to have dental insurance to help control your dental care cost.  However you do not have to do this. There are many good dental insurance plan that let you choose and or stay with  your current dentist. These plans are called Indemnity plans. You will see these types of dental insurance plans on our website as Free Choice – Use Your Own Dentist plans.  That because Indemnity dental insurance plans do not have providers they let you choose whatever dentist you want to go to.  One thing to keep in mind though with Indemnity dental insurance plans is like PPO’s dental plan they to normally come with waiting periods.  So it is best to buy these types of dental insurance plan before you have a toothache to take care of.

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Baby Dental – The Steps in having Orthodontic Treatment.

Jun. 9th 2021

Although orthodontic treatment is customized to meet each person own unique needs, the steps necessary for treatment, remain fairly standard. First there is Diagnostic and Treatment Planning. This is where the orthodontic dentist will make a diagnosis to determine the most effective way to treat your bite issue.

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Baby Dental – Bone Creating Protein is More Effective then Bone Grafting in Dental Implants.

Jun. 5th 2021

A bone creating protein has be found to be more effective then bone grafting in dental implants. Some people that get dental implants may have either not enough bone or bone that is too thin to hold the dental implant when that happens, the current solution is to do a bone graft to anchor in the permanent prosthetic teeth. However, that technique can be problematic because it involves additional surgeries to harvest the bone Studies done at the GHSU Laboratory for Applied Periodontal & Craniofacial Regeneration found that implanting bone morphogenetic protein in the sinus more new bone will form within four weeks than using conventional bone grafting at the same site.

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Baby Dental – Twittering About Your Dental Pain.

Jun. 2nd 2021

In a new new study it shows that Twitter can be used as a new way for the public to communicate their health concerns. Studies found that Twitter users are already extensively sharing their experiences of toothache and seeking advice from other users. 772 tweets were analyzed and frequencies calculated. Of those tweets, 83% were primarily categorized as a general statement of dental pain, 22% as an action taken or contemplated, and 15% as describing an impact on daily activities. Among the actions taken or contemplated, 44% reported seeing a dentist, 43% took an analgesic or antibiotic medication and 14% actively sought advice from the Twitter community.

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Baby Dental – Research Questions How Much Fluoride Really Helps to Fight Cavities.

May. 29th 2021

Study are showing that the protective shield fluoride forms on teeth is up to 100 times thinner than previously believed This new study done found that the fluorapatite layer formed in this way is only 6 nanometers thick. It would take almost 10,000 such layers to span the width of a human hair. That’s at least 10 times thinner than previous studies indicated.

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Baby Dental – Don’t Loss Your Teeth to Periodontal Disease.

May. 26th 2021

Periodontal disease claims more teeth then tooth decay. However with proper preventive dental care at home and good oral habits you can reduce your changes of having periodontal disease. Proper prevention the key to good oral health. Healthy dental care habits is critical in preventing gum disease.

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Baby Dental – The Number One Cause of Tooth Loss is Gum Disease.

May. 23rd 2021

Periodontal disease causes more tooth loss then dental decay. Many people many have no cavities but still have gum disease. Preventive dental care at home such as brushing twice a day and flossing daily will help prevent gum disease. Unfortunately according to several medical statistics as much as 90% of people aged 35 and older are struggling with some sort of periodontal complications. The ADA had conducted a research and the results showed that people who have a history of periodontal disease are exposed to a higher risk of developing pancreatic cancer, as well as other major health issues.

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