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Taking good care of your dentures

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Dentures need just as much care and maintenance as natural teeth. They can be the source of bad breath if not kept clean and those who wear dentures should know the proper way to care for them. Luckily, denture care doesn’t require much effort and proper denture care should become a well-developed habit. Dentures that aren’t properly cleaned can cause …

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Mouth Healthy Foods

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Tea Say goodbye to bad breath! Studies have shown that tea can prevent bacteria in the mouth. Compounds called polyphenols, found in black and green teas, slow the growth of bacteria associated with cavities and gum disease.  Don’t forget to brush though! Tea can still stain teeth. Raisins Raisins have been found to contain phytochemicals, which may kill cavity-causing plaque …

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Choosing a Dentist

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A dentist is a long-term partner in the care of your mouth, so choosing a dentist that you are comfortable with is very important. Here at Choice Family Dental we know that patient trust is important, so before choosing a dentist take a look at some of these helpful tips. Find out the office hours. If the office hours don’t …

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Harmful Foods for Kids Teeth

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At Choice Family Dental we believe It’s important to start your children out early on a healthy dental routine. This includes making sure that your kids are eating foods that keep their teeth healthy. Sometimes this means avoiding certain foods and drinks. Here’s a list of certain foods to avoid: Soda or Sports Drinks: Most people know that sodas are …

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A smile can be your greatest job hunting asset

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Making a first impression is important and goes a long way especially when it comes to job interviews. Based on a study by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, half of adults remember other people’s smiles after they have been introduced to them. Compare that to these first impressions. 9% will remember what you wore. 38% of a person’s first …