2nd Dental Squadron Answers Common Questions For Oral Hygiene During National Children’s Dental

August 8, 2013 The oral care market is expected to grow modestly in the coming years. July 31, 2013 The Natural Dentist announces partnership to help raise awareness about oral complications of cancer therapies The Natural Dentist, a line of therapeutic oral care products, and Dr. Susan Calderbank, a leading dentist in oral health for patients undergoing chemotherapy and head and neck radiation, announced a partnership to raise awareness about the oral complications of cancer treatments in a joint effort to help patients manage these often debilitating side effects. July 26, 2013 Oral care brand Brush Buddies is expanding its line of licensed toothbrushes with the launch of the new Brush Buddies Smurfs Poppin’ toothbrushes, Brush Buddies Smurfs Talking Toothbrushes and Brush Buddies Smurfs manual toothbrushes. July 25, 2013 Colgate-Palmolive announced a boost in second-quarter net sales as its global market share in toothpaste and manual toothbrushes hit record highs year to http://www.dentalimplantshawthorne.com/ date.
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Q: Should I be concerned if my child sucks on his or her thumb all day? A: Thumb sucking and other oral habits like pacifiers for example, can disrupt normal teeth eruption patterns and cause more significant problems down the road. Your dentist would be happy to assess the situation and offer solutions to stop the potential harmful habits if needed. Q: How should I clean my child’s teeth? A: A toothbrush with a small head and soft bristles will work great for removing plaque and bacteria. The teeth should be cleaned twice a day, at least once preferably at bedtime.
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20 during a presentation about good oral hygiene at Round Lake Area Park District. By KYLE STEPHANS kstephans @shawmedia.com ROUND LAKE BEACH Preschool students sat captivated by The Amazing Tim Adamz as the magician, comedian and educator used magic and humor to inform kids about proper dental care and nutrition. Tim Adams, who goes by the moniker The Amazing Tim Adamz, performed Feb.
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