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Juicy Details Regarding The Dental Dangers Of Your Toddler’s Excessive Juice Consumption

Posted by on May 11, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Juicy Details Regarding The Dental Dangers Of Your Toddler’s Excessive Juice Consumption

As a parent, you most likely understand the importance of regular visits to the dentist for your toddler’s oral health. Unfortunately, certain common habits can wreak havoc on your toddler’s teeth, even with good oral hygiene. While surprising to learn, fruit juice is not a healthy beverage for your child. Although a healthy amount of juice consumption is acceptable, over consumption can lead to obesity, diabetes, gastrointestinal issues, and dental problems. Children between the ages of 1 and 6 years of age should not consume more than 6 ounces of 100 percent pasteurized fruit juice per day. If more is consumed, your child’s dental health will be affected. Using this guide, you will understand the dental dangers your child will face when drinking an increased amount of fruit juice. Dental Dangers Whether you give your toddler juice drinks, fruity-flavored...

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2-Step Home Remedy For Naturally Treating Your Toddler’s Teething Eruption Cyst

Posted by on Apr 11, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 2-Step Home Remedy For Naturally Treating Your Toddler’s Teething Eruption Cyst

If your child develops an eruption cyst while teething, they may have some discomfort until the cyst resolves itself. If so, use the following two-step guide to treating your toddler’s symptoms using natural ingredients. Ingredients And Supplies You Will Need To make the home remedy, you will need to gather the following supplies and ingredients. The ingredients can be found in natural health shops, pharmacies and some grocery stores. Small saucer Two tablespoons of cool water One teaspoon of sea salt Cotton swab Small glass of cool water Small plastic bowl with a lid One-quarter of a cup of cool water Eight drops of peppermint oil Six drops of chamomile essential oil A teething ring The sea salt used in the first step helps relieve the pain caused by the cyst. It also helps kill any germs on the surface of the gum that could...

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Tips For Coping With Your First Dental Visit After Childhood Sexual Abuse

Posted by on Mar 24, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Tips For Coping With Your First Dental Visit After Childhood Sexual Abuse

According to studies, roughly 20 percent of female dental patients experience sexual abuse as children. For these patients, dental visits are often incredibly frightening as they summon memories of the loss of control felt during the abuse. If you’ve been avoiding going to the dentist because of a history of sexual abuse, here are some tips to help you quell your fear and anxiety so you can get the dental treatment you need. Practice Relaxation Techniques Well before you schedule your dentist appointment, experiment with various relaxation techniques. Your goal is to find a technique that can effectively slow your heart rate and relax your breathing and muscles in times of stress. Relaxed breathing exercises, visualization, and both passive and progressive muscle relaxation are all techniques that you can perform whilst sitting in your dentist’s chair.  Schedule A Preliminary...

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Preventing Gum Disease When You Have Rheumatoid Arthritis

Posted by on Feb 29, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Preventing Gum Disease When You Have Rheumatoid Arthritis

If you have rheumatoid arthritis, then you should know that studies show that there is a link between this chronic disease and periodontal disease. Studies also indicate that rheumatoid arthritis symptoms sometimes reduce if gingivitis is treated properly. This occurs when the body does not have as much inflammation to deal with. Also, treating gum disease will help to reduce tooth loss issues. After you have your gums treated successfully by your dentist, follow the tips in this piece to keep it from returning. Clean With The Right Tools Cleaning your mouth thoroughly two times a day is best to help reduce gingivitis concerns. However, toothbrushes and dental floss may be hard for you to use due to stiff and painful hands. If this is the case, then invest in a toothbrush made specifically for people with arthritis. These products typically feature...

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Root Canal Vs. Extraction: Cost And Pain Considerations

Posted by on Jan 11, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Root Canal Vs. Extraction: Cost And Pain Considerations

A tooth in which the nerve has died generally has two treatment options: extraction or root canal therapy, also called endodontic therapy. While you might be able to postpone your decision for a short time, eventually the tooth will become abscessed and painful; you might already be at this stage. While only your dentist can tell you the long-term prognosis for the tooth, here is information on two considerations that many patients consider first: cost and the pain involved. Cost One of your primary concerns might be how much your dental work will cost. While the cost of a root canal varies tremendously depending on where in the country you are, whether you see a specialist and other factors, the national median cost for a root canal is somewhere between $700 and $900, depending on whether you are having...

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