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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
Child Oral Health
Help keep the tooth fairy in business. Stress good dental care for school-aged kids.
Adolescent
Brushing/Flossing
Good oral hygiene benefits your oral health. Flossing and regular tooth brushing can greatly reduce bad breath and bleeding gums.
Young Adult
Cosmetic Dentistry
Bonding, veneers, and crowns, Oh my! Cosmetic dentistry can drastically improve your smile.
Adult
Nutrition and Oral Health
Foods without a lot of sugar and fat are better for your teeth. Healthy eating is just one way to reduce your risk of cavities.
Older Adult
Nutrition and Oral Health
Foods without a lot of sugar and fat are better for your teeth. Healthy eating is just one way to reduce your risk of cavities.
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