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The Role Of Roleplaying Your Child’s First Dental Appointment

Roleplaying is a great tool parents use to help their child know how to handle unfamiliar situations that will come their way. A great example of this might be roleplaying how to meet a new friend. Children love to play pretend. In roleplaying, they get to pretend they are actually meeting a new friend with you! As you “play” they learn how to interact with new friends.
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Good News For Teeth – It’s National Nutrition Month

National Nutrition Month is a nutrition education and information campaign created annually in March by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. It focuses attention on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. All of this is really good news for your teeth.
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The 411 on Canker Sores

Canker sores are typically round lesions that are yellow or white in color. They can erupt unexpectedly, anywhere in the mouth. Most canker sores go away on their own within 10-14 days, but this can feel like eternity if they are in a sensitive area of your mouth.
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Adults Have Loose Teeth, Too

When your children are young you can expect their baby teeth to come out in different ways. Biting an apple may extract one unexpectedly. A carefully crafted plan may be made possibly involving string, a doorknob or a pair of pliers. These are all fun memories and stories to share from generation to generation. The memory none of us want to experience is when you have an adult loose tooth.
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Teeth Lessons From Elephants

When looking for inspiration to keep your teeth healthy and clean, it’s a good idea to search nature. Have you even visited a zoo, or been on a safari and considered the elephant’s teeth? We can learn dental lessons about our dental appearance from elephants.
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Fall In Love With Good Food Recipes This Fall

This fall is a good time to look at any changes that might need to be made to your diet to maximize your dental health. The first place to consider making a change is in the amount of sugary foods you consume. Foods high in sugar, such as candy and soda, contribute to tooth decay.
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Add Invisalign To Your Fall To-Do List

It’s fall. A season marked by change. Boots are replacing flip-flops, and sweaters are being chosen over tank tops. Some changes you have no power over, like the dropping of temperatures and leaves. There are other changes that you do have the power over. You may choose that it’s time to finally hit the gym now that the kids are back in school. Or, you may choose that it’s time for a change in the appearance of your smile. If you’re considering ways to straighten your teeth without much change to your lifestyle, or even the appearance of braces in your mouth, it’s time to consider Invisalign.
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To Seal or Not to Seal My Teeth

Many dental professionals know the benefits of dental sealants. The individuals choosing to purchase sealants are usually parents who never experienced the benefits of sealants for themselves.
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Emergency Dentist in Montgomery County

Are you visiting Montgomery County, here on business, or relocating to the area? Ambler Dental Care is here to serve all of your general and emergency dental needs. After all, toothaches and tooth pain can happen when you least expect them.
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Am I a Good Candidate for Teeth Whitening?

Who doesn’t want whiter teeth? Bright pearly whites are a sign not only of good health, but also of youth and vitality. And while brushing and flossing every day, and keeping up with your regular dental check-ups, are the best ways to get you there, professional teeth whitening is a great option for that extra sparkle.
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