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Is it Child Abuse to Let Your Preschooler Use a Pacifier?

Is it Child Abuse to Let Your Preschooler Use a Pacifier?

Jul 7, 2022If your child is 2 or 3 years old (or older) and still using a pacifier, it’s time to have a serious talk with your family about breaking the habit.
No, Your Gums Aren’t Bleeding Because the Floss is Cutting Them

No, Your Gums Aren’t Bleeding Because the Floss is Cutting Them

Jul 7, 2022What they don’t realize is, it’s the lack of flossing that’s causing their gums to bleed.
Mouth Breathing vs. Nose Breathing | Does It Really Matter?

Mouth Breathing vs. Nose Breathing | Does It Really Matter?

Jul 7, 2022Mouth breathing isn’t normal, even when you exercise. It can be because of anatomical or developmental issues, physically block airflow and limit oxygen intake.
Can Toothpaste On Pimples Zap Them Away Overnight?

Can Toothpaste On Pimples Zap Them Away Overnight?

Jul 7, 2022Putting toothpaste on pimples won’t help as much as you may hope. It could just irritate your face and make things worse.
7 Ways Your Period Is Screwing Up Your Teeth & Gums

7 Ways Your Period Is Screwing Up Your Teeth & Gums

Jul 6, 2022Menstruation gingivitis and bleeding gums during your period or other hormone-induced dental issues is usually temporary.
Can You Get A Yeast Infection In Your Mouth? | Oral Thrush

Can You Get A Yeast Infection In Your Mouth? | Oral Thrush

Jul 5, 2022A yeast infection in the mouth or oral thrush occurs when someone has an overgrowth of certain types of bacteria in their mouth.
When Can I Stop Worrying About a Dry Socket

When Can I Stop Worrying About a Dry Socket

Jul 1, 2022Normally you can stop worrying about a dry socket about 3-4 days after your tooth extraction. After one or two weeks, you are in the clear.
What Can You Eat After Root Canal | 21 Post Root Canal Foods

What Can You Eat After Root Canal | 21 Post Root Canal Foods

Jul 1, 2022Wondering what food you can eat after root canal treatment? After your local anesthetic wears off, start with softer, easier-to-chew foods.