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Cool Clear Water

    Drinking water has become very trendy. In some shops, entire aisles are dedicated to bottled water. But tap or well water from a good source is just as good for you…and for your mouth. Water is essential to maintain your oral and overall health. On average, human body weight is

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    A Banana A Day Keeps The Doctor Away!

      After Reading THIS, you’ll NEVER look at a banana in the same way again! Containing three natural sugars – sucrose, fructose and glucose combined with fiber, a banana gives an instant, sustained and substantial boost of energy. Research has proven that just two bananas provide enough energy for a strenuous

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      4 Amazing Foods For Kids

        Nutritious noshes you should always have in your kitchen– and how to serve them so your child will gobble them up. TOMATOES -The clear winner because every serving packs a big dose of lycopene, an antioxidant associated with lower rates of cancer and heart disease. If your child won’t eat

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        Can a Bandage do the Job?

          Would you stick a bandage on your child’s tooth and then expect your child’s mouth to stay healthy? Yuck!– we didn’t think so. Like bandages, fillings have their place to protect your child’s tooth after the damage has been done. For sure a filling is no cure for cavities, if

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          Added Sugar in Raisin Bran Cereal May Promote Tooth Decay

            A new study has shown that added sugar in raisin bran cereals increases acid in dental plaque, leading to tooth decay. During the study, research team from University of Illinois at Chicago compared four food groups – raisins, bran flakes, commercially marketed raisin bran cereal, and a mix of bran

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            From the desk of Dr. Daniel Klein

              From the desk of Dr. Daniel Klein Now is the time to think about “Open Enrollment” for Dental Insurance and it is also the time to prepare your Flex Spending Accounts for the coming year. Most businesses have the month of October as the time to make changes to your

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              “Does my insurance pay for Teeth Whitening?”

                “Does my insurance pay for Teeth Whitening?” This is a question we receive often from our teen patients. Even though it is proven that personal appearance means a lot when it comes to making friends, getting a job, and getting to the level of personal success that one thrives to

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                4 Facts about Your Dental Insurance

                  4 Facts about your dental  INSURANCE, you should know! For us to provide the best possible care to your child in an atmosphere of trust, I would like to share with you some factual information about your dental insurance. Fact This is your insurance for which you are responsible. We

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                  National Better Hearing and Speech Month

                    National Better Hearing and Speech Month The most anticipated moment for a parent is the sound of a child’s first words. But what if the words are delayed, jumbled, or never come at all. Speech and language problems can affect early learning and self-esteem. Speech and language disorders can affect

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                    Epilepsy Awareness Month

                      Epilepsy Awareness Month Epilepsy is a neurological condition that from time to time produces brief disturbances in the normal electrical functions of the brain. Normal brain function is made possible by millions of tiny electrical charges passing between nerve cells in the brain and to all parts of the body.

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