Month August 2017

Long Island Labor Day Weekend Events

With Labor Day just a few short days away, it’s time to start planning your weekend of fun. This year, we say take a break from the typical barbecue parties and beach days — head to one of these entertaining,… Continue Reading →

6 Interesting Facts about Thumbsucking

Watching your child suck their thumb is often worrisome for parents. This is actually completely normal, but you don’t want this habit to persist as they get older! Here are six more things you should know about thumb sucking 1.Thumb… Continue Reading →

Back To School Tooth-Friendly Recipes

Who says lunch doesn’t have to be yummy and tooth-friendly? Send your kids back to school with these quick, healthy, dentist-approved meals!   Snackin’ Trail Mix Trail mix is a popular treat with children, and it couldn’t be easier to… Continue Reading →

Can You Use Mouthwash Instead of Flossing?

Do you floss or rinse? One kills the germs in your mouth (alcohol), the other removes them (floss). But do both need to be apart of your four minute-a-day oral hygiene routine? Pros of Mouthwash Mouthwash comes in two categories,… Continue Reading →

How to Whiten Your Teeth Naturally

Want to wear white after Labor Day? It may be against the fashion rules, but it isn’t a problem in the dental world! Add these few fruits and vegetable options for your Labor Day weekend festivities — you can thank… Continue Reading →

Tips For Buying Your Child’s First Toothbrush

It’s important to teach your child to brush their teeth twice a day for two minutes a day. But parents end up jumping the gun if their little ones don’t even have the tools to properly take care of their… Continue Reading →

Does The Sun Affect My Child’s Teeth?

Can you actually get sunburn on your teeth? We all know how harmful the sun’s rays can be on our skin, and even our lips. But in fact, a healthy amount of Vitamin D is actually good for your teeth,… Continue Reading →

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