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How to Have a Good Dental Visit with Your Young Child

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Taking your small child to the dentist can be a big ordeal if you aren’t prepared. A young child can have a hard time behaving in the waiting room when he or she gets bored. Once the youngster gets back in the exam room, she or he can be so worked up that the child won’t follow the directions the dentist gives and may have a hard time sitting still for the entire exam.…

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Breath Check: 3 Things Your Breath Could Be Saying About Your Overall Health

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Does your breath smell differently than usual? The first assumption would be that you aren’t performing proper oral hygiene habits, but this isn’t always the correct hypothesis. In fact, there may be an underlying health condition that your breath is trying to warn you about, including these three: 1. You May Have Stomach Cancer. Although stomach cancer is no longer the leading cause of death amongst Americans today, it is still the reason more than 10,000 people die every single year.…

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The Ways Your Dentist Makes Your Visit More Comfortable

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Some people can sit in the dentist chair and endure almost any procedure without much more than the local anesthetic injected in their gums. Other people cringe at hearing the sound of the drill while sitting in the waiting room. If going to the dentist causes your anxiety levels to skyrocket, here are the ways your dentist can make it a more comfortable experience. Nitrous Oxide This is a gas that your dentist will have you breath in through a face mask.…

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