Blog Posts in August, 2014

How to Survive Your Child's First Day Back-to-School

It's that time of year again, summer vacations are wrapping up and classes are beginning. Although adjusting from a laid back summer to a strictly structured fall semester can be challenging it ...
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Why Teeth Cleaning is Essential

We were all taught from an early age to brush our teeth three times daily. While doing so is indeed well and good, it isn’t nearly enough to keep our teeth and gums as healthy as can be. ...
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Great Books to Start Kids on Oral Hygiene

If your child detests the toothbrush or is terrified of the Lakeview dentists, you are not alone. Many parents have children who oppose good oral hygiene for one reason or another. But that does not ...
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Why You Might Want To Give Up Soft Drinks

It's one of the easiest beverages to drink and fun to give to your kids: soda pop. We know it's not good for us. The sugar, the sodium, the carbonation; but it's our vice. The one thing we ...
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How to Protect Your Toothbrush

This is a key explaining what our toothbrushes are exposed to and how it does matter the way you clean and store your toothbrushes. Yes, it is pretty gross to think about what germs and bacteria might ...
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