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Did You Know?

Rinse your toothbrush after brushing to remove food debris. Store it so it can air dry. And replace it every 3 to 4 months. Frayed bristles don't clean as well. 

Infant/Toddler
Infant Oral Health
Healthy gums and baby teeth in the youngest of children can help ensure a lifetime of good oral health.
Child
Medical Conditions and Oral Health
Look here for information on a range of childhood illnesses that affect oral health, from viruses to food allergies and secondhand smoke.
Adolescent
Oral Safety
It's common for kids to get minor injuries to the mouth and lips while playing or during sports activities. Learn which injuries you can treat at home and what to do during a dental emergency.
Young Adult
Orthodontics
There are options to help you obtain that perfect smile. Braces, dental appliances, and space maintainers all help straighten those pearly whites.
Adult
Oral Cancer
What can you do to reduce your risk of oral cancer? Avoiding tobacco is one way. Take a look here to learn more.
Older Adult
Older Adults and Oral Health
Is your mouth aging gracefully? Some dental health issues arise later in life, such as wearing dentures or dry mouth.
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