Foods You Can Eat With Braces

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Now that you have your braces, how do you take care of them? It’s important for you to know how to properly take care of your braces throughout your entire orthodontic treatment. Eating with Braces Don’t worry; you’ll be eating popcorn and snacking on potato chips again in no time!

🍌 However, before you can start enjoying some of the treats you love, you will need to take special care to avoid any foods that could damage your new appliances.We know you hear a lot about what you can’t eat, so how about a nice list of foods you can still enjoy when you have braces?

Check out our handy list from our sister office, Woodview Oral Surgery, in Largo, MD: http://buff.ly/2cSPWov

Dental Sealants Decrease Risk of Tooth Decay

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Although tooth decay is largely preventable, it remains the most common chronic disease of children aged 6 to 11 years (21 percent), and adolescents aged 12 to 19 years (58 percent), based on data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) report of 2011-2012.

The systematic literature review evaluated the use and effectiveness of dental sealants – a therapy that has been around for more than five decades – as a preventive strategy for reducing dental disease in children, analyzing outcomes such as caries incidence, sealant retention and possible adverse effects. Read more from the ADA here ➤ http://buff.ly/2cV8F5W

Review: “It’s about time premium dental care comes to SE”

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“I have to say that it is about time that premium dental care comes to Southeast. I had my extraction of 4 wisdoms done at once and all my questions were answered and when I was still unsure, I was seen the next day. Now it is wonderful to see women in this position give us a gentle hand when needed. Will recommend to everyone.”

– Tonya M.

Why You Need to Brush Your Teeth Before Bedtime

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🔹 Do we really have to brush our teeth twice a day?

The question: Just how gross is it really if I forget to brush my teeth before bed every once in a while?

The answer: Bad news: It’s pretty gross. You probably already know that the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends brushing those pearly whites twice a day. You also probably know that brushing your teeth is one of the easiest ways to avoid scaring off your date. Read more…http://buff.ly/29IDuL2

Should You Have Your Wisdom Teeth Removed?

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🔹 Does the thought of getting your wisdom teeth pulled make you squirm? Let’s find out if you really need to get those teeth removed! ➤ http://buff.ly/1RlK9Ti