Every parent wants their child to have a beautiful, healthy smile. Along with getting them to eat their vegetables, getting children to develop healthy oral habits is a challenge.
If it isn't corrected, poor dental hygiene can lead to problems like cavities, tartar build-up, and infections.
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Bruxism is the medical name for jaw clenching and tooth grinding. A common stress response, bruxism can have a profound impact on the health and appearance of your smile, increasing risks for uneven and aggressive tooth wear, gum recession, tooth loss, and persistent pain. When bruxism continues… Read Full Post
Most dental insurance plans provide 100% coverage for cleanings and examinations. Depending on the plan, coverage for restorations, tooth replacement, and similar general and restorative services may also be covered – at least to an extent – helping to make dental care more affordable.
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National Flossing Day is the day after Thanksgiving, which falls on November 26th this year. But why have a day dedicated to flossing? Isn’t that kind of silly?
Not at all. In fact, this particular step in what should be daily at-home care could probably use its own month.
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The first day of school in SLC is August 25th, marking a good time to think about scheduling dental visits for your family. As a family dentistry practice, Warr Dental maintains extended hours, open early Tuesday through Thursday, and late Monday through Wednesday, we can often schedule multiple… Read Full Post
Ice cream has calcium, a nutrient necessary for healthy and strong teeth. It also contains magnesium, which is essential for absorbing calcium and building strong tooth enamel, along with potassium, which works in conjunction with magnesium to help the teeth use calcium more efficiently. This is… Read Full Post
May is Dental Care Awareness Month, providing a great opportunity to review you and your children’s daily oral hygiene routines. As a refresher, it’s a good idea to brush your teeth at least twice a day – perhaps when you wake up and right before you go to bed – but it is ideal to brush after… Read Full Post
Teaching your child how to care for their teeth is an important part of parenthood. The dental hygiene habits you instill in them now will have a lasting impact on how they take care of their teeth in adulthood. There are a number of dental concerns that can start as early as 12 months old such as… Read Full Post
It’s difficult to make sure your child brushes and flosses their teeth every day, but it’s important to instill good dental hygiene habits in them now to avoid potential health problems in the future. Poor oral health has been linked to some life-threatening conditions such as heart disease and… Read Full Post
MANY PARENTS HAVE heard their children (loudly) grinding their teeth while they sleep at night, or even during waking hours. You may worry about the health of your child’s teeth or what their tooth grinding habit means and what has caused it. We hope this blog post answers your questions!
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