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How Can I Tell If I Have A Cavity?

If you are noticing darker areas on your teeth, you may have a cavity. However, there are several warning signs you may notice before the color change. Cavity Symptoms You may begin to experience some sensitivity when eating, particularly hot or cold foods or foods containing a lot of sugar. You may feel this when […]

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Healthy Lunch Alternatives

The food your child eats can affect their smile. If you are packing your child’s lunch, make sure to include some of these healthy snack foods to keep your child’s teeth and gums healthy! Apple Slices Apples are unique in that they naturally clean teeth as they are eaten by scrubbing your teeth, tongue and […]

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Children’s Snacks That Cause Major Cavities

It can be difficult to provide your children with a healthy snack especially when you live a busy lifestyle. When dropping kids off at sporting events, dance classes, school, gymnastics or whatever activity they’ve joined, it’s convenient to grab a bag of chips or a snack from a vending machine. However, you need to be […]

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Benefits of a Tooth Travel Kit

Most adults have travel toothbrushes, toothpaste and even mouthwash. Did you know your child could benefit from a travel set? Between school and after school activities, your child may have less time to take care of his or her teeth at home. By filling a travel kit with the following items, your child can maintain […]

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Don’t Let Halloween Candy Leave Your Teeth Looking Scary!

Sugary snacks and candy may seem like a sweet treat to you, but to your teeth it’s downright terrifying! Sugar that is left on your teeth leads to the production of acid that eats away at your enamel causing tooth decay and cavities. Cavities can vary in severity, some needing just a filling while others […]

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Why Children Should Avoid Sugary Sports Drinks

With the warm weather fast approaching, kids are looking for juices and energy drinks to cool down. However, even sports drinks such as Gatorade are filled with sugar, leaving kids craving even more sugary treats. Sports drinks such as Gatorade and Powerade are filled with carbs, minerals and electrolytes. These beverages replace water and electrolytes […]

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Tooth-Friendly Snacks for Your Kids

Is your little one running to the fridge after school? That time between after school and waiting for dinner is usually spent snacking. However, kids often gravitate towards sticky, chewy and salty treats. Children need to be eating foods that are packed with minerals and vitamins.  Below are several tasty snacks that are great for […]

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Common Problems with Baby Teeth

At Lindner Dental, we understand the importance of keeping your child happy and healthy. Maintaining your little one’s oral hygiene ensures that your child won’t suffer any oral setbacks in the future. Begin by cleaning your baby’s mouth and wiping the gums with a gauze pad. When the teeth do come in, use a child’s […]

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Do All Children Need Their Wisdom Teeth Removed?

Children progress differently which means there is no exact time to know when your child should have his or her wisdom teeth removed. Generally, it is common for wisdom teeth to be extracted between the ages of 15 and 21. In some cases, patients may never need their wisdom teeth removed at all but for […]

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How Can Parents Help Prevent Tooth Decay?

Children are born with 20 primary teeth which help them learn to chew, speak and develop space for future permanent teeth. Kids are extremely susceptible to decaying teeth which leads to pain and tooth loss. As a parent, is it imperative to take steps to maintain your child’s oral hygiene. Begin a Healthy Diet The […]

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