• Protecting Your Child’s Permanent Teeth

    Children usually have their full set of 20 primary teeth (also called baby teeth or deciduous teeth) by the age of three years. They then typically start to lose their baby teeth when they are 6 or 7 years old, though the process can start a year earlier or later.

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  • Oral Hygiene Tips for Kids

    When is the right time to start brushing your child’s teeth? As soon as they appear! Find out all the best tips for keeping your children’s teeth healthy, from infancy through the teenage years.

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  • How to Prevent Tooth Decay

    Tooth decay is the number one chronic disease of adults and children, yet it’s completely preventable with effective oral hygiene and good dietary habits. Here’s how to keep your teeth disease-free.

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  • How to Maintain Good Oral Health

    Keeping your oral health in tip-top shape is the best thing you can do at home to put a stop to cavities—and prevent dental problems from dimming your smile. Here’s how to do it.

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  • How to Floss Your Teeth

    Flossing should be a key part of everyone’s daily oral hygiene routine—but some people don’t know how to do it properly. Do you? Learn how to floss effectively, and improve your oral health.

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  • How to Clean Teeth With Braces

    Keeping your teeth clean while wearing braces can be challenging to say the least; yet it’s also extremely important. Here are some tips for getting the job done right.

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  • How to Clean Removable Retainers

    Retainers are an essential step in your orthodontic treatment—but putting them in your mouth every day isn’t always pleasant. Learn some simple steps to help keep them clean and fresh-smelling.

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  • How to Clean Removable Dentures

    Drug stores carry a vast range of denture-cleaning products—but do you really need them to keep your dentures fresh and clean? Find out how to clean your dentures effectively.

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