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Fluoride

Fluoride For Babies [unordered_list style='circle' number_type='circle_number' animate='yes' font_weight=''] Even though the baby teeth have not erupted, infants still need fluoride to help developing teeth grow strong. A pediatric dentist will determine the child’s fluoride needs during the initial consultation. Children older than six months may need a fluoride...

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24 June
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Fluoride Concerns

Here at Blue Ridge Pediatrics, we realize that many parents today have concerns about fluoride and your children's teeth. We highly recommend that you use it. There is alot of information on the internet concerning fluoride and alot of them are false. Your pediatric dentist has...

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09 October
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Tooth Truths

[unordered_list style='circle' number_type='transparent_number' animate='yes' font_weight=''] Tooth enamel is the hardest part of the human body. Tooth decay is the second most common disease after the cold. People prefer blue toothbrushes over red! We buy 18 yards of dental floss a year. We produce 100,000 gallons of saliva in a lifetime...

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03 October
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Why you should smile…

Smiling: [unordered_list style='circle' number_type='circle_number' animate='yes' font_weight=''] Makes us Attractive Changes our mood It's contagious Relieves Stress Boosts your Immune System Lowers your Blood Pressure Releases Endorphins, Natural Pain killers and Seratonin Lifts the Face and makes you look younger Makes you seem Successful Helps you stay positive [/unordered_list] So you ahead and Smile!! It looks great on you...

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02 October
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Say NO to Soda!

Soda or Pop? It's Teeth Trouble By Any Name It's called "pop" in the Midwest and most of Canada. It's "soda" in the Northeast. And it goes by a well-known brand name in much of the South. People across North America use different words to identify a...

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01 October
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15 Facts about Teeth. (WebMD exclusive)

Myths and Facts About Cavities WebMD Feature By Wendy C. Fries Reviewed By Alfred D. Wyatt Jr., DMD Check the myths and facts below to find out how cavities are caused, prevented, and treated. 1. Sugar Is the Prime Cause of Cavities Myth, but it's almost a fact. The truth is, acid...

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30 September
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Interesting Facts About Teeth

Interesting Facts About Teeth!!! THE TOOTH — Only part of the Human body that CAN'T repair itself! TOOTH ENAMEL — Hardest substance in the human body! Each Person's set of teeth is unique, just as in your fingerprints. Even in identical twins!! More Interesting Facts: http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/humanbody/teeth.html...

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19 September
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