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What’s Wrong with Sugary Sweets?

By MB2 Dental | December 1, 2017

Sugary snacks are a good motivational tool. If you want kids to study their lessons, use sugary snacks to motivate them to open their books. If you want them to help with the chores at home and offer sugary sweets as reward, they’ll get the job done. Truly, sugary snacks are excellent leverage devices in …

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Indulging in Healthy Foods for Better Dental Health

By MB2 Dental | November 1, 2017

Feeding your kids can be difficult. They are usually picky with their food usually preferring junk food over the healthy food that they should be eating. Try bringing them to the grocery store and you’ll see them grabbing the sugary and starchy items instead of apples and oranges. This can be a disaster for children’s …

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Dental Accidents (And What to Do If It Happens to You)

By MB2 Dental | October 1, 2017

Have you noticed how most athletes (boxers, football players, etc.) wear mouthguards for every game? This protective gear helps prevent jaw and tooth injuries. In fact, the American Association of Orthodontists highly recommends wearing one when engaging in physical sports like boxing, basketball, football, wrestling and other similar activities. Think of it as armor and …

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Watch Out for Potentially Unsafe Toothpastes

By MB2 Dental | September 1, 2017

In 2007, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued consumer warnings against toothpastes coming from China and South Africa. The agency has identified these imported products over concerns that they contain a poisonous and potentially hazardous substance known as diethylene glycol (DEG), which is used in antifreeze. An advisory was also issued stating that …

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Baby Bottles, Pacifiers, and Thumb-Sucking Can Ruin Your Baby’s Teeth

By MB2 Dental | August 1, 2017

Babies suck on things; it’s their natural and physiological reflex. They find comfort in bringing their fingers, pacifiers or any object within reach inside their mouth. Though it may be a normal aspect of their development, sucking could create a problem for your baby. Frequent and long-term sucking can be dangerous, especially if it develops …

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Tooth Decays in Toddlers and Infants

By MB2 Dental | July 1, 2017

Tooth decay poses a serious threat for today’s kids. Twenty-eight percent of children aged 2 to 5 in the US have tooth decay, this according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The pain interferes with the kids’ eating, playing, sleeping and other activities. While tooth decay treatments are readily available, the best …

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Conscious Sedation Methods Used by Dentists

By MB2 Dental | June 1, 2017

Most kids become uneasy when they go to the dentist’s office. We can’t really blame them, though, with all they’ve heard from friends or seen on TV and in movies. Nevertheless, dentists put up with all that anxiety. After all, it’s their job. So what do they do to keep kids at ease? Simply, they …

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Endodontic Treatment on Baby Teeth

By MB2 Dental | May 1, 2017

Dentists perform endodontic treatment for people who experience tooth pain due to severe sensitivity or exposed tooth pulp. This procedure can be performed both on permanent and baby teeth. And even though baby teeth will fall out eventually, dentists would still opt to fix them. After all, these baby teeth occupy the spaces that permanent teeth will …

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Endodontic Treatment: Saving One Tooth at a Time

By MB2 Dental | April 1, 2017

If a patient experiences tooth pain over a long time period for no apparent reason, most dentists would likely attribute it to the tooth’s pulp. When the tooth becomes severely painful, has become very sensitive to changes in temperature or has an exposed tooth pulp, dentists generally recommend an endodontic treatment for the patient. Endodontic treatment is basically …

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What You Need to Know about Enamel Microabrasion

By MB2 Dental | March 1, 2017

There are a lot of factors that cause discoloration of our teeth. Take coffee, colas, and cigarettes, for instance. Their ingredients contain chemicals that stain the teeth. In fact, even fluoride, an active ingredient in toothpaste, can cause mottling and produce a white or brown stain on the teeth. To eliminate these unwanted teeth stains, …

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