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When Does a Child Need a Rapid Palate Expander?

A rapid palatal expander (RPE) is an orthodontic appliance used to create more space in the palate or roof of the mouth. There are a few reasons why a rapid palatal expander may be recommended for your child.
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How to Tell if Your Child Has a Tongue Tie

A tongue tie may impact how your child eats, speaks, and swallows. Learn what a tongue tie is, the symptoms, and the treatments available.
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Everything You Need To Know About Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a cosmetic procedure that may improve the appearance of your smile. Find out everything you need to know before getting your teeth bonded.
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Importance of Annual Pediatric Appointments

The best way to keep your child healthy is to maintain annual pediatric appointments with their doctor to track milestones and catch potential illnesses early.
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How Candy Can Harm Your Teeth and Overall Health

It’s no secret that candy is unhealthy, but many people don’t realize how detrimental sweets can be to your teeth and overall health.
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How to Get Rid of Bad Breath

Are you dealing with halitosis? From changing your diet to quitting smoking, learn how to get rid of bad breath with these tips from ChildSmiles•FamilySmiles.
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What to Expect from Your Wisdom Teeth Removal

Knowing what to expect before, during, and after wisdom teeth removal can help make the experience as smooth as possible. Here's what you need to know!
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What Issues Can Braces Fix?

From misaligned jaws to overcrowding, understanding what braces can fix can help improve your oral health and enhance your smile.
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How to Choose the Best Retainer for You

Finding a suitable retainer is important for your smile. Learn about the different types of retainers and how to find the best one for you.
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Fluoride: What It Is and Key Benefits

Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral that helps prevent tooth decay. Let's take a look at its key benefits for our oral health.
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How Do Cavities Form?

Brushing and flossing regularly is essential for good dental health, but even with the best oral hygiene habits, cavities can still form. Currently, 1 in 4 adults aged 20 to 64 has at least one untreated cavity.
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4 of the Best Foods for Your Teeth

While you may know the obvious differences between nutritious and less nutritious foods, have you ever wondered what some of the best foods are for your teeth?
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